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Wed Oct 5 06:56:32 CEST 2016
I would not consider any call other than Pass. Double would be remotely on the radar, but would be dismissed during the first 2 seconds of the 10 second period I have to make a decision. Bidding 6C means your RHO owns you for life.
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> On Oct 4, 2016, at 8:17 PM, David Grabiner <grabiner at alumni.princeton.edu> wrote:
> Double and 6C are logical alternatives. I prefer double, as 6C is
> somewhat odds-against. At this vul, I expect partner to have a
> singleton heart, and thus he needs both aces for 5C to make, and even
> then I need the SQ onside and partner not getting drained of trumps.
> A quick pass by partner demonstrably suggests double over 5H, and a slow
> pass demonstrably suggests the opposite (since partner can correct 6C to
> 6S if he was considering a 3S bid with six spades but was light on points).
>> On 10/3/2016 5:14 AM, Herman De Wael wrote:
>> Your hand:
>> Sp KJ9 He 94 Di K5 Cl AKQ1083
>> red vs green, in fourth seat.
>> The bidding starts:
>> 3He pass 5He ??
>> what do you do consider doing?
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