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Posted 2016-June-02, 09:44

I'm looking for interesting deceptive deals for a local newsletter. Anybody with good boards please let me know here!
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Posted 2016-June-02, 11:01

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Posted 2016-June-04, 17:29

View Postjgillispie, on 2016-June-02, 09:44, said:

I'm looking for interesting deceptive deals for a local newsletter. Anybody with good boards please let me know here!


E deals, NS Vul

N; S-6432, H-K74, D-KQ3, C-AJ7
E: S-A985, H-J8653, D-975, C-2
S: S-, H-A10, D-J10642, C-KQ0964
S: S-KQJ107, H-Q92, D-A8, C-1043

NS makes 6C,5D,1N
EW MAKES 3S,2H

What is S opening bid?
West will bid 1S, E will respond 2S, W will go to 3S?
How does NS get to game?
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Posted 2016-June-06, 00:47

View Postchugabug, on 2016-June-04, 17:29, said:

E deals, NS Vul

N; S-6432, H-K74, D-KQ3, C-AJ7
E: S-A985, H-J8653, D-975, C-2
S: S-, H-A10, D-J10642, C-KQ0964
S: S-KQJ107, H-Q92, D-A8, C-1043

NS makes 6C,5D,1N
EW MAKES 3S,2H

What is S opening bid?
West will bid 1S, E will respond 2S, W will go to 3S?
How does NS get to game?


Very deceptive with Two Souths.
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Posted 2016-June-07, 08:31



My partner psyched a 2nt opener in a team game, took a long time to play the K at trick 1 and a longer time to drop the stiff King offside.

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Posted 2016-June-12, 08:12



I took advantage of EW not having a firm agreement on the meaning of 2NT, but it was quite hard.

First I won K to lead a heart from dummy, if spades are 2-2 the hand makes easilly but when they are 3-1 I need A to get to my hand.

Playing a heart to the King lets West think partner might have Q10(x) so he returns a heart which gives me 1 tempo, 1 step closer to my objective.

I come to hand with A discovering the bad news, and now I lead 7, intending to ruff it in dummy, tempting East to overruff, in which case he has to cash out properly, or else I will be able to ruff a club in dummy.

However West forgets to cover 7 which makes me guess if East has 108 or 1098, I guess the former and risk running it, but now I gotta be careful not to discard a club, otherwise they will instantly cash AK before playing diamonds, I discard a diamond first to let them think I might want to keep the clubs for something.

East ruffs the trick and plays an attitude club through, West wins, cashes A and sees an encouraging signal from East, and here is where the lack of knowledge towards 2NT bid comes, When partner is 3-5 in the minors, a second club lets me pitch 3 diamonds from dummy and ruff another, he guesses wrong and I make the contract. Not worth much since my teammates bid and made 5X
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Posted 2016-June-12, 14:57

I was the victim on this gem today:


Declarer is the Polish-Spannish star Artur Wasik, he opened 2NT, and answered 3 to stayman that could be 4-card only


On J lead I hessitated perhaps too much on first trick debating to let it run and win some info, or perhaps win A and risk a low diamond hoping declarer has exactly KJ (or an unlikely QJ)

In the end I decided against since it was really risky to play a low diamond in case declarer had KQ with the obvious pitch from KQ.

But when I won A, declarer droped Q, an obvious doubleton..., I saw no danger at all, I could just return a low diamond on this position, but it shouldn't matter, declarer has at most 5, 4, 1, so he will need to tackle diamonds himself sooner or later, and hopefully missguess if he has KJ.

Little did I know, declarer had 5 tricks from hand, and to add to those he also had a club ruff in dummy, and although he didn't have J, after sneaking a diamond through he squeezed me for the 12th trick. +480 collected all the MPs on the board.
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