EVENT>Wednesday Morning Pairs                                         |Page> 1
------------------------,---------------------,----------------------- ---------
DATE>May 31, 2017       |CLUB NO.>273557      | 05/31/2017 16:10
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DIR> Marianne Van Gel|RATING>Club Championship (Open)     |GAME>WIN-LOSS
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ROUNDS> 3 |BDS/RD>  8 |MP LIMITS>None           |CLUB>Wednesday Open
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PAIRS>   4
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                          | Master |                      | Master |         |       | Overall |
 No Name                  | Points |Name                  | Points |    Wins | Score |   Rank  |
-------------------------- -------- ---------------------- -------- --------- ------- --------- 
  1 Leonard Chriss          0.48    Ronald Loiacono         0.48         3       3.00       
    Monterey CA                     Salinas CA                                

  2 James Wood                      Arlene Seckel                        0       0.00       
    Monterey CA                     Seaside CA                                

  3 Lauren Upson            0.32    Marianne Van Gelder     0.32         2       2.00       
    Carmel CA                       Monterey CA                               

  4 Susan Mazzei            0.16    Patricia Heller         0.16         1       1.00       
    Aptos CA                        Marina CA                                 

                                                               TOTALS    6.00    6.00

                                  Wednesday Morning Pairs                                   

                                         **ROUND**                                          
TEAM #         1         2         3
  \/
   1>        v4 3      v3 3      v2 3   
               W         W         W

   2>       v3 -3     v4 -3     v1 -3   
               L         L         L

   3>        v2 3     v1 -3      v4 3   
               W         L         W

   4>       v1 -3      v2 3     v3 -3   
               L         W         L



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- Wednesday Mor - May 31, 2017

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Field strength:  Mean: 867 MP  Geomean: 742 MP
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Partnership Pct MP
EVENT>Event Name               |SESSION>Wednesday Mor|SECTION> L
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DATE>May 31, 2017       |CLUB NO.>          | 05/31/2017 15:48
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DIR>                 |RATING>                             |MOVEMENT>ONE WINNER
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AVE>   12.0 |TOP>   1                           |CLUB>Oaks DBC
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PAIRS>  4                                        ,------------,------,
-------------------------------------------------|   Section  |      |
No Name                   Name                   | Rank|Score | Pct  |
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 1 Leonard Chriss         Ronald Loiacono          1     16.50  68.75
 2 James Wood             Arlene Seckel                   8.50  35.42
 3 Lauren Upson           Marianne Van Gelder      2     13.50  56.25
 4 Susan Mazzei           Patricia Heller                 9.50  39.58
                                          Totals         48.00

Hands and Results
1 ♠K7
75
J8
♣AQJ7642
Dlr: North
Vul: None
♠A83
K863
T7542
♣T
♠T94
AJ42
Q9
♣K853
♠QJ652
QT9
AK63
♣9
11
710
12
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 2♣ 2/1♠ 2/1NT  ♦6 ♥6/5
EW: 1  ♣5 ♦6 ♠5 NT5
LoTT: 15 - 16 = -1
Par: +120 2NT-S
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
         50    1.00   0.00 L3-Upson-Van Gelder vs L2-Wood-Seckel
        100    0.00   1.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
2 ♠QJT8
T3
AKJ763
♣9
Dlr: East
Vul: N-S
♠52
Q962
5
♣KQJ654
♠K9643
K87
942
♣AT
♠A7
AJ54
QT8
♣8732
11
810
11
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 5 1♠ 1NT  ♣5 ♥6
EW: 2♣ 1  ♦2 ♠5 NT4
LoTT: 19 - 17 = +2
Par: +600 5-NS
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  150          1.00   0.00 L3-Upson-Van Gelder vs L2-Wood-Seckel
  130          0.00   1.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
3 ♠K73
AK54
Q42
♣754
Dlr: South
Vul: E-W
♠Q86
832
J76
♣9863
♠AJ2
QT9
T85
♣AKT2
♠T954
J76
AK93
♣QJ
12
314
11
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 1 2 1♠  ♣6 NT6
EW: 1♣  ♦6 ♥5 ♠6 NT6
LoTT: 15 - 15 = 0
Par: +110 2-NS
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  120          1.00   0.00 L3-Upson-Van Gelder vs L2-Wood-Seckel
   90          0.00   1.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
4 ♠2
T8743
K9652
♣65
Dlr: West
Vul: Both
♠A8764
6
A4
♣Q8432
♠KQ9
A952
Q83
♣AJ9
♠JT53
KQJ
JT7
♣KT7
3
1016
11
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 1 1  ♣2 ♠3 NT4
EW: 5/4♣ 4♠ 3NT  ♦6 ♥6
LoTT: 18 - 16 = +2
Par: -620 4♠-EW
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  200          1.00   0.00 L3-Upson-Van Gelder vs L2-Wood-Seckel
        620    0.00   1.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
5 ♠J9862
A2
J653
♣A9
Dlr: North
Vul: N-S
♠T
J984
Q97
♣KQ853
♠KQ
QT73
82
♣JT762
♠A7543
K65
AKT4
♣4
10
88
14
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 1♣ 5 1 5♠ 2NT
EW:  ♣6 ♦2 ♥6 ♠2 NT4
LoTT: 17 - 20 = -3
Par: +650 5♠-NS
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  650          0.50   0.50 L3-Upson-Van Gelder vs L2-Wood-Seckel
  650          0.50   0.50 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
6 ♠AKQJT7
QJ
92
♣K98
Dlr: East
Vul: E-W
♠4
AT532
J843
♣T53
♠9653
984
QT76
♣QJ
♠82
K76
AK5
♣A7642
16
55
14
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 5♣ 1 1 6♠ 6NT
EW:  ♣2 ♦5 ♥5 ♠1 NT1
LoTT: 17 - 16 = +1
Par: +990 6NT-NS
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  480          0.50   0.50 L3-Upson-Van Gelder vs L2-Wood-Seckel
  480          0.50   0.50 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
7 ♠42
9654
JT97
♣976
Dlr: South
Vul: Both
♠KT9
KQ8
Q8532
♣Q4
♠8653
AJT2
A
♣AK53
♠AQJ7
73
K64
♣JT82
1
1216
11
Double Dummy Makes
NS:  ♣3 ♦4 ♥2 ♠3 NT3
EW: 3♣ 3 5 4♠ 4NT
LoTT: 15 - 14 = +1
Par: -650 5-EW
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
        600    1.00   0.00 L3-Upson-Van Gelder vs L2-Wood-Seckel
        660    0.00   1.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
8 ♠T93
A98542
-
♣9764
Dlr: West
Vul: None
♠A42
K63
K65
♣KT52
♠K76
QJ
AQJT987
♣8
♠QJ85
T7
432
♣AQJ3
4
1313
10
Double Dummy Makes
NS: -/1♣ 2  ♣6/7 ♦2 ♠5 NT2
EW: 5 1♠ 4NT  ♣6 ♥5
LoTT: 19 - 18 = +1
Par: -430 4NT-EW
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
        430    1.00   0.00 L3-Upson-Van Gelder vs L2-Wood-Seckel
        460    0.00   1.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
9 ♠T7
Q8
AQJT9
♣AQJT
Dlr: North
Vul: E-W
♠K43
J43
3
♣K98754
♠965
AKT6
K874
♣32
♠AQJ82
9752
652
♣6
16
710
7
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 1/-♣ 2 1 2/1♠ 1NT
       ♣7/6
EW:  ♣6 ♦4 ♥6 ♠5 NT5
LoTT: 14 - 16 = -2
Par: +110 2♠-S
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
         50    0.50   0.50 L1-Chriss-Loiacono vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
         50    0.50   0.50 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L2-Wood-Seckel
10 ♠J764
752
KQT54
♣J
Dlr: East
Vul: Both
♠KT83
J63
7
♣KQ762
♠Q92
9
AJ9862
♣T83
♠A5
AKQT84
3
♣A954
7
97
17
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 1 4 2NT  ♣5 ♠6
EW: 2♣ 1♠  ♦6 ♥3 NT5
LoTT: 18 - 17 = +1
Par: +620 4-NS
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
 1100          1.00   0.00 L1-Chriss-Loiacono vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
        100    0.00   1.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L2-Wood-Seckel

Kenny Horneman Hand Analysis
WestNorthEastSouth
  2Dbl
Pass2Pass3
Pass4All pass 

If East doesn't open 2, N/S should easily get to 4 after South opens 1 and North raises. However, it will be much more difficult if East opens 2. South will have to decide whether they are too good to overcall 2, and should start with double. Assuming South bids 2, North would have an easy raise to 3 if East hadn't opened 2, but will recognize that a lot of their hand is wasted and that South will get overruffed in s. So, N/S might end up playing 2. If North raises, South will certainly bid 4. The other possible way that the bidding might go is that South does indeed start with a double. Some North players will pass this and East will be playing 2 doubled. Holding five s, it looks like North should pass the double without thinking, but their s are underneath East's suit and with the shortness, the hand should play well in a contract. The more aggressive the N/S pair is in doubling in direct seat, the more likely North is to bid 2 rather than chancing a pass. If North bids 2, South will then bid 3, and now North can raise, knowing that South has a good hand, and that the shortness is likely to be very useful.

With all the possible alternatives, N/S will score well by getting to 4 as it can't be beaten on any defense. One possible line of play is that West leads their singleton and East wins and continues the suit. South can handle this by pitching a low . Now, no matter what West does, declarer can ruff two losers and eventually lose a slow trick to go with the first two losers. t first it appears like a lead gives declarer the most trouble, but declarer can effectively duck this. A duck leaves the defense with no options. If East continues s, declarer can ruff two s and eventually lose two black tricks and the Ace. If East instead plays the Ace and another , declarer can pitch a and still end up with only three losers.

The fate of a contract is harder to diagnose. As long as declarer doesn't lead trump from their hand until they are trump tight, they should manage to scrape together 6-7 tricks. Off one or even two would be a good result even doubled if the rest of the N/S pairs were all playing and making 4. However, with a lot of pairs stopping in a partscore, and some company in 2 doubled, going off one is likely to just be average, and off two will likely be below average for E/W.



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11 ♠A73
Q953
62
♣AKQ2
Dlr: South
Vul: None
♠KJ982
K2
K54
♣964
♠64
JT8
Q93
♣JT753
♠QT5
A764
AJT87
♣8
15
104
11
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 2/3♣ 5 4/5 2/3♠ 4/5NT
EW:  ♣4 ♦2 ♥2 ♠4 NT2
LoTT: 15 - 16 = -1
Par: +460 5NT-N
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  450          0.50   0.50 L1-Chriss-Loiacono vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
  450          0.50   0.50 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L2-Wood-Seckel

Kenny Horneman Hand Analysis
WestNorthEastSouth
   1
1DblPass2
Pass4All pass 

Almost every N/S pair should be able to get to 4 on this hand whether South opens or not and whether West bids are not. If South passes, North will open 1NT and South will drive to game. If South passes and West opens light with 1, North will double or bid 1NT an in either case, South should be able to get their side to game. If South opens, getting to game will be easy and North will even think about slam once the fit is found. However, on the bidding shown, it's hard to visualize a hand for South where slam is good unless South has shortness, in which case East is likely to have raised in s. So, I think North should just bid 4 over South's 2 bid, but even if North cue bids 2, South won't have much enthusiasm for slam. So, in almost all circumstances, N/S will end up in 4, although who declares will mostly depend on whether West bids 1 or not.

In a contract, there are only two unavoidable losers, one trump loser and a . With the honors split and the suit splitting, it looks like declarer should make 11 tricks, but declarer has a lot to do and will need to pull trump while getting s set up. A lead will help assuming declarer ducks this to the 10. Declarer can simply lead the Ace of trump and another trump, and then set up s at their leisure. A lead is also helpful, so West must find a lead to leave declarer to their own devices. It won't matter, though, as declarer can again lead two rounds of trump and when they get in, pull the last trump and start on the suit. So, with careful play, declarer should always end with 11 tricks. However, some declarers will win a lead with the Ace and lead three rounds of s to pitch their s. The communication from this point will be much trickier, and the resulting will be making only 10 tricks at some tables.



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12 ♠J2
KQJ92
7
♣KQJ97
Dlr: West
Vul: N-S
♠863
T84
8653
♣AT6
♠A9754
A7
A92
♣543
♠KQT
653
KQJT4
♣82
13
412
11
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 2♣ 2 3 1NT  ♠6
EW:  ♣4 ♦4 ♥4 ♠6 NT4
LoTT: 15 - 16 = -1
Par: +140 3-NS
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
        100    0.50   0.50 L1-Chriss-Loiacono vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
        100    0.50   0.50 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L2-Wood-Seckel

Kenny Horneman Hand Analysis
WestNorthEastSouth
Pass112
Pass3Pass3
Pass3All pass 

In a somewhat strange hand, E/W have all the Aces but no other HCP. With so many Aces missing, N/S will not be able to make any game, though 3NT would be an interesting contract on a non- lead. So, the key to the hand will mostly be whether N/S can stop in 3 or not. With 13 HCP opposite 11 HCP, stopping short would normally be common, but in this case, both North and South have a side suit source of tricks and neither, of course, will be aware of the paucity of Aces for their side. So, many will end up playing game. One possible way to end up stopping short of game, whether East overcalls 1 or not, is for North to make a help suit game try in s, and for South to make a counter help suit game try in s. North should now recognize the the hands don't fit well and might stop in 3. The truth though, is that many pairs will end up in 4. Is there any way for E/W to not end up taking all four of their Aces? It seems unlikely. East doesn't have a palatable hand to lead from, though, and a low lead is possible. The Ace, or a are also possible, and on either of these leads, the defense should be able to get all their tricks. Any defenders who lose one of their Aces will end up with a poor matchpoint score, but most of the matchpoints will rest on N/S's ability to stop in 3.



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13 ♠97
K984
K7
♣QJT92
Dlr: North
Vul: Both
♠KT52
QT752
J96
♣K
♠A4
J3
AT8543
♣653
♠QJ863
A6
Q2
♣A874
9
99
13
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 4♣ 2♠ 2NT  ♦4 ♥6
EW: 2 1/-  ♣3 ♥7/6 ♠4 NT5
LoTT: 18 - 18 = 0
Par: +130 4♣-NS
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  140          1.00   0.00 L1-Chriss-Loiacono vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
        300    0.00   1.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L2-Wood-Seckel

Kenny Horneman Hand Analysis
WestNorthEastSouth
 PassPass1
Pass1NTPass2
Pass3All pass 

If E/W are silent throughout, N/S are likely to buy the contract for 3, but if East opens 2 or bids 2 over North's 1NT bid, then E/W might compete to 3. So, why is the East hand on Board 10 a better 2 opener than the East hand here, despite this hand having two more HCP? For one, holding an Ace in a side suit is usually considered to be a flaw when preempting in front of partner. Also, East is in second seat on the current hand, and this is the worst seat for preempting, as you are just as likely to preempt your partner, plus the opponents already know something about their combined holdings. Furthermore, the East hand on Board 10 has shortness and a slightly better suit, but on this hand, East's suit is really poor and the lack of any distribution is glaring.

If E/W do push N/S to 4, it will likely work out well for them. There are only three top losers in a contract, but declarer will almost surely lose a finesse. If East has shown up with two Aces and the Jack, then declarer does have a chance to figure out that West has the King as East didn't open the bidding, but this will be rare. How will a contract fare? Best defense is actually to lead a trump. Declarer can win and lead a , but the defense can win and lead another trump. Now, as long as they lead s whenever they get in, they will eventually get a trick to go with their top four tricks. This defense seems unlikely, though, as South is almost certain to not lead a trump. More likely, South will lead a high which at first looks good for declarer, but the hand will still be tricky. Let's say declarer wins the Ace and leads a to the 10 and the King. North can ruff with the King, and declarer will not be able to avoid a slow loser. If declarer instead leads a right away, the defense can still hold declarer to eight tricks with careful play. Any E/W pair that manage to bid and make a 3 contract will have a near top.



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14 ♠Q54
AT96
654
♣865
Dlr: East
Vul: None
♠J973
752
8
♣QT972
♠AT62
KQ4
J972
♣A3
♠K8
J83
AKQT3
♣KJ4
6
314
17
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 3/2 2 3NT  ♣5 ♠4
EW: 1♣ 2♠  ♦5/4 ♥4 NT4
LoTT: 17 - 16 = +1
Par: +300 4♠*-EW-2
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  120          0.50   0.50 L1-Chriss-Loiacono vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
  120          0.50   0.50 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L2-Wood-Seckel

Kenny Horneman Hand Analysis
WestNorthEastSouth
  11NT
All pass   

After East opens 1, South is likely to consider their stopper to be sufficient to bid 1NT. No one will have much to say after this, and 1NT will be a common contract. West should lead a and not their singleton . If declarer correctly works out to win the second trick, they can eventually set up two tricks and one trick, as well as making five tricks and a . Making nine tricks will be a good result even though N/S are likely to be playing just 1NT. Many players will duck a continuation from East and end up losing two s, two s and a to only make eight tricks. As most will be playing in 1NT and is hard to see how declarer can end with only seven tricks, or as many as ten, most of the matchpoints will depend on declarer's ability to make nine tricks, vs. eight tricks. If West somehow finds a lead, this might work out well, as East has a chance to find a switch to a low when in with a . More likely, East will lead the Ace and then the three, and now even more matchpoints will rest on whether declarer does up with the King or not. I expect most of the scores to be either +120 or +150, with a smattering of other results.



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15 ♠87
A6
K98752
♣J93
Dlr: South
Vul: N-S
♠T942
KJT4
-
♣AQT86
♠KQ65
5
AQ64
♣K752
♠AJ3
Q98732
JT3
♣4
8
1014
8
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 1/2  ♣3 ♥6 ♠3 NT3
EW: 4♣ 1 4♠ 4NT  ♦5
LoTT: 18 - 18 = 0
Par: -430 4NT-EW
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
        420    1.00   0.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L2-Wood-Seckel
        500    0.00   1.00 L1-Chriss-Loiacono vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
16 ♠AQT72
Q7
K93
♣QT6
Dlr: West
Vul: E-W
♠KJ95
KJ43
752
♣K8
♠84
A98652
AQ
♣J92
♠63
T
JT864
♣A7543
13
1111
5
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 2♣ 2  ♥3 ♠6 NT4
EW: 3 3NT  ♣4/5 ♦4/5 ♠6
LoTT: 17 - 18 = -1
Par: -300 4*-NS/4♣*-NS-2
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
        140    0.50   0.50 L1-Chriss-Loiacono vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
        140    0.50   0.50 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L2-Wood-Seckel
17 ♠T954
AT76
872
♣74
Dlr: North
Vul: None
♠762
95
QJ9
♣AJT86
♠3
J832
A65
♣KQ953
♠AKQJ8
KQ4
KT43
♣2
4
810
18
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 2 2 4♠ 1NT  ♣4
EW: 3♣  ♦4 ♥4 ♠3 NT5
LoTT: 19 - 19 = 0
Par: +300 5♣*-EW-2
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  420          1.00   0.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
   50          0.00   1.00 L2-Wood-Seckel vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
18 ♠AT82
J872
A72
♣52
Dlr: East
Vul: N-S
♠75
Q3
Q8
♣QJT9864
♠QJ9643
KT9
96
♣K7
♠K
A654
KJT543
♣A3
9
79
15
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 5 5 1♠ 4NT  ♣6
EW: 1♣  ♦2 ♥2 ♠6 NT3
LoTT: 18 - 18 = 0
Par: +650 5-NS
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  620          1.00   0.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
  200          0.00   1.00 L2-Wood-Seckel vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
19 ♠9752
KT6
KQ4
♣T92
Dlr: South
Vul: E-W
♠KQJ
8
J96
♣AQ8643
♠T863
AQ7432
87
♣5
♠A4
J95
AT532
♣KJ7
8
136
13
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 1NT  ♣4 ♦6 ♥3 ♠4
EW: 1♣ 3 2♠  ♦5 NT6
LoTT: 15 - 15 = 0
Par: -140 3-EW
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
         50    1.00   0.00 L2-Wood-Seckel vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
        110    0.00   1.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
20 ♠AT5
AKQT872
Q9
♣T
Dlr: West
Vul: Both
♠94
9643
K76
♣Q873
♠K63
J5
AJ32
♣K654
♠QJ872
-
T854
♣AJ92
15
512
8
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 1 4 4♠ 3NT  ♣6
EW: 1♣  ♦6 ♥3 ♠3/2 NT4
LoTT: 17 - 16 = +1
Par: +620 4♠-NS/4-NS
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  230          1.00   0.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
  170          0.00   1.00 L2-Wood-Seckel vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
21 ♠QT98
K9843
53
♣95
Dlr: North
Vul: N-S
♠A
AT76
J94
♣A7643
♠KJ32
Q52
A72
♣Q82
♠7654
J
KQT86
♣KJT
5
1312
10
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 1♠  ♣4 ♦5 ♥5 NT4
EW: 3♣ 1 2 2NT  ♠6
LoTT: 16 - 16 = 0
Par: -120 2NT-EW
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  100          1.00   0.00 L2-Wood-Seckel vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
        430    0.00   1.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
22 ♠KJ95
Q2
J7
♣Q9853
Dlr: East
Vul: E-W
♠Q42
5
AQT983
♣KT2
♠T63
A974
K52
♣AJ7
♠A87
KJT863
64
♣64
9
1112
8
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 2  ♣5 ♦3 ♠6 NT3
EW: 1/2♣ 4 3NT  ♥5 ♠6
LoTT: 18 - 17 = +1
Par: -300 4*-NS-2
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  100          1.00   0.00 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
        630    0.00   1.00 L2-Wood-Seckel vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
23 ♠QT2
JT9
QT6
♣T875
Dlr: South
Vul: Both
♠94
853
95
♣AQJ943
♠K865
AKQ64
A7
♣K6
♠AJ73
72
KJ8432
♣2
5
719
9
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 3  ♣1 ♥1 ♠6 NT1
EW: 6/5♣ 6/5 1♠ 6/4NT  ♦4
LoTT: 21 - 17 = +4
Par: -1100 7*-NS-4
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
        680    0.50   0.50 L2-Wood-Seckel vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
        680    0.50   0.50 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder
24 ♠KJ3
K2
KQ43
♣QT82
Dlr: West
Vul: None
♠987
T76
T76
♣AK76
♠QT652
J83
A92
♣94
♠A4
AQ954
J85
♣J53
14
77
12
Double Dummy Makes
NS: 4♣ 3 3 1♠ 4NT
EW:  ♣3 ♦4 ♥3 ♠6 NT3
LoTT: 16 - 15 = +1
Par: +430 4NT-NS
  N-S   E-W    N-S    E-W
  430          0.50   0.50 L2-Wood-Seckel vs L1-Chriss-Loiacono
  430          0.50   0.50 L4-Mazzei-Heller vs L3-Upson-Van Gelder