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Random game - Don't give away information

Unread post by Dlan » Tue Aug 17, 2021 8:16 pm




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Unread post by jspectre » Wed Aug 18, 2021 12:31 am

Quite right, don't show that you have a 2nd trump, not that E was ever going to play differently than he did. It's also worth mentioning that E may be giving away information himself by not saving the JC for his last card. It made no difference in this example, but there's plenty of times where you can force your opponents to toss the wrong cards, but pay attention to what your partner is telling you, and don't make them have to guess if it's within your power to do so.

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Unread post by Wes (aka the legend) » Thu Aug 26, 2021 3:36 am

jspectre wrote:
Wed Aug 18, 2021 12:31 am
Quite right, don't show that you have a 2nd trump, not that E was ever going to play differently than he did. It's also worth mentioning that E may be giving away information himself by not saving the JC for his last card. It made no difference in this example, but there's plenty of times where you can force your opponents to toss the wrong cards, but pay attention to what your partner is telling you, and don't make them have to guess if it's within your power to do so.
Agreed, S3 should lead the TD on 4th street. It might squeeze the enemy off a boss club. You never know.

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Unread post by Tbolt65 » Fri Sep 03, 2021 7:53 pm

Wes (aka the legend) wrote:
Thu Aug 26, 2021 3:36 am
jspectre wrote:
Wed Aug 18, 2021 12:31 am
Quite right, don't show that you have a 2nd trump, not that E was ever going to play differently than he did. It's also worth mentioning that E may be giving away information himself by not saving the JC for his last card. It made no difference in this example, but there's plenty of times where you can force your opponents to toss the wrong cards, but pay attention to what your partner is telling you, and don't make them have to guess if it's within your power to do so.
Agreed, S3 should lead the TD on 4th street. It might squeeze the enemy off a boss club. You never know.
Actually Im going to edit this post. With how it was played there are two ways you can go about. Play the 10d or the Jack of clubs both ways have merit with seat 1 leading trump. It is possible seat 1 has two aces. So it comes down on what one "feel's" in the moment and in what has been played as to how they want to roll the dice.


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