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December 31, 2008


Mike Cassel

I've come across this kind of problem before albeit rarely. It takes a very sophisticated partnership to assist the defender with the guess in a timely fashion.
See "Side Suit Signals" in the March 1988 Bridge World for an approach that can be extended to this type of problem.
The application requires the 'unpressured' defender to recognize the uniqueness of the deal, and to give the appropriate distributional signal in a timely manner.
It's worth it's own article. More to follow!?

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