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Sunday, July 15, 2007

I was part of a "best hand of the tournament" recently.

I had:

LHO opens 2C (standard), and I have an instant "tell" that it is not a regular 2C bid. RHO bids 2H "a bust" (no ace, no king, not lots of quacks). I throw in 2S to find out what's going on, and LHO bids 3NT. Based on my hand, this looks to me like long Hs and a S stopper. Karen bids 4S over 3NT and this is doubled by the bust. I pass, LHO takes a full minute and then bids 5H around to me. I now bid ?

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