פורסם בתאריך 30/08/2011.
אנו שמחים לפרסם את הכתבה הרביעית והאחרונה בנושא "הערכת היד – תגובה עם ידיים מאוזנות" (המקור: mrbridge).
הכתבה הרביעית עוסקת בנושא "אי-התאמה".
במקרים של חוסר התאמה בסדרת השותף כדאי להיות זהיר יותר, על ידי הפחתת נקודה או שתיים, סביר להניח שתגיע להערכה מדויקת יותר.
באופן כללי כדאי לך לשקול את ההכרזה שלך על ידי הקטנת גובה ההכרזה ברמה אחת, אולי הכרזת 2NT ולא 3NT
הכתבה היא בשפת המקור=אנגלית. בהמשך אעלה את התרגום בעברית וכתבות נוספות.
לקריאת הכתבה לחצו כאן
HAND EVALUATION 10
Responding with Balanced Hands
Part 4 of 4
by Bernard Magee
To finish this chapter, we have to talk about 'misfits' – hands that are not balanced individually but through lack of a fit in any suit can lead to a no-trump contract.
Whenever you think your side has a misfit (no eight-card fit in any suit and shortage in partner's first-bid suit), then try to slow the auction down. Quite often, if you can stop at the two level, you might just get a positive score, whilst most pairs will be playing in 3NT going two or three off. It will often pay to take a point or two off, since the difficulties involved in the play of such hands can result in at least one trick fewer.
Rather than using the guidelines that I have been outlining earlier, with respect to the level of no-trump contract, you should be more circumspect; by taking off a point or two, you will probably arrive at a more accurate evaluation.
Generally you should consider downgrading your bid by one level, perhaps bidding 2NT rather than 3NT. A typical example is:
With two reasonable five-card suits and 12 HCP, my scheme would suggest that 3NT is your level and thus many players would blast out 3NT. However, it is clear that you have a big misfit, and generally you will find that games are very difficult to make with such hands: invariably you will find communication between the two hands will be a problem. 2NT looks an odd bid, but if you have taken 2 points off, then you fit in to the 10-12 bracket and thus 2NT is what you should call. Partner is only likely to pass if has a minimum hand: with a 'good' 13 or 14 points he will bid on anyway. Thus only with 25 points will you miss the game and that is exactly your aim! 25 points and a big misfit do not often translate into a game unless you get some luck. Bear in mind also that your partner may well have just 11 points if he has two five-card suits.
Here opener would pass responder's 2NT rebid. No contract is particularly appealing, but, by keeping to a lower level, you are likely to have moved substantially up the traveller. Most will be failing by two or three tricks in 3NT. This kind of bidding can be very successful at Duplicate Pairs, where an undertrick either way can make a big difference.
In Chapter 1, I suggested only adding a point for length only if the long suit would be useful. In misfits, only a very strong suit will pull its weight.