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comment Are there times when a hand with a seven card suit is too strong for a three level pre-empt?
If partner actually had the hand you showed you'd have a good chance of making game as long as you can avoid losing two trumps. Trumps 2-2 or stiff ace or Axx onside will do it as your hand has entries to lead towards the trumps twice. The stiff club is favourable, one of the red jacks sufficient.
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answered Are there times when a hand with a seven card suit is too strong for a three level pre-empt?
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answered In bridge, are the two “equal vulnerabilities” basically equal?
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answered What happens when a deal is passed out in Duplicate Bridge Tournaments?
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answered Why are beginning to intermediate bridge players told to delay learning how to bid certain types of unusual hands?
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answered Is Duplicate Bridge (standard Matchpoints) a game of pure skill?
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comment What is a safe and accurate technique for shuffling cards?
I used to do that but with 52 piles!
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comment Accepting Queen's Gambit
On 3.e4, black can counter-gambit to good effect with 3...e5
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answered House rules for Spade bids of nil, blind-nil, and 10-for-2?
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answered Why is the strong 1NT so prevalent in Bridge?