TE PUKE BRIDGE CLUB
TE PUKE BRIDGE CLUB
The declarer play problem I set earlier was a fairly simple ‘double dummy’ play problem but I made it sound more difficult than it was to make the reader think. Not one of the declarers (at our club) in 4H made twelve tricks. I believe that this hand should have pretty well played itself ‘at the table’.
Board 3 Dealer S EW Vul
Bridge has restarted - we had nine tables, and look forward to seeing you all again next week
My apologies for being a complete slug over lock down and not updating our site even once! Mea Culpa!
I am interested to see how many of you have been desolated by this omission as no one has chastised me.
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!. Teams, all vul
You are SOUTH, dealer West
W N E S
1H NB 2D NB
2H NB 3C NB
3NT NB 4C* NB
4D NB 5D NB
Your opening lead from
and your thoughts?
2. Teams again. South again
Dealer W EW VUL
I am quite, well not shocked, but a least surprised, by many of the answers to what I thought would be a simple bidding question, but also one that had a different slant to it.
The question was what you would bid when partner opened 1NT. You holding was something like:
Thanks for registering for this exercise. Some of you have still not registered so please do so if you want to be in the group.
Here is the first question, which I have already sent to a number of players, and have received some interesting answers from them.
If you would like to have some input, here is the question, your chance to have an input before the summary..
Nil vul match points you hold
At Mondays committee meeting it was decided that the club continue to remain open while there is no obvious Covid-19 in our community.
With the Mount Club's decision to close today we reviewed that and thought we should canvas the members to see what they thought.
The majority of people who had responded by 4pm to the email that was sent out supported this decision so we have not cancelled play for tonight.
This may change as the situation changes, and any individuals who feel they risk being compromised will doubtless be staying away.
Just to let you know Jan Hill's husband, Freddy, passed away last night. He
had been unwell & went back into hospital on Thursday night.