Re: No more! I'd like a Ladies View
- Hi Ace,
> 1. You're a poor player and you forget to call alone,Now that would be a neat trick: especially since it's not your
> being a poor player you lead the off suit king
> 2. You are the best player in the world and just as youLol. But if we're worried about this, we shouldn't go alone from 1st
> get set to make trump, you drop the offsuit king face up
> onto the table,
with JJAK-K, because we might lead the offsuit K by accident. ;)
> > Leading trump does not strengthen the kings any moreYes, a L lead by your P could be used to snuff out a protected A in
> > than it strengthens the aces (unless the opps ditch
> > their suit aces on the trump lead) -- it removes trump
> > from the table, and thus serves both situations equally
> > well.
> If your partner has and leads the left, it can draw some
> trump from either opponent. Should you, in seat 3 decide
> to go low and let your partner win the trick,
the opps' hands. But this is also true in the RKQ-A-A hand. No
> and he leads an ace out of the same suit of your other kingYes, but this is also true in the RKQ-A-A hand. No difference.
> for second trick, the chance that either opponent can trump
> it, if either is void, has been greatly diminished.
> I guess I should have avoided the word strength, and simplyBut it doesn't! In none of the scenarios you outlined above would
> expressed that such a senario would aid to protect your
having the aces benefit you more than having the kings. Any trump
will kill an off A just as easily as it kills an off K.
What you seem to be missing is that if your P has the aces (which is
where you claim his difference in help lies), they will be removed
from play when you go alone, thus promoting your kings to boss in
their respective suits. You won't need your P's aces!
> Hang in there. My lab work is 60% completeI'm anxious to see it. If I get a chance, I'll run some more today.