Bill Holt : 3NT. Double is right on values, but you won't like partner jumping to 4H and your suit breaking badly. 2NT and 3 minor is an underbid, and 3S Western will wrongside the contract. West underleading his Ace of Spades gives you a trick and a tempo. Give partner just K 10 in one minor would allow you to finesse in the other for 9 tricks. They say to place 7 highs in partners hand when making these balancing decisions and that is about all you need. If West lays down the Ace of Spades - or leads a Heart to partner's hand, ask him to play on your team next time. Fun problem.
Gail Carns : 3D I hope this isn't the last bid
Jim Bachelder: 4NT. Two NT is 15-17 and 3NT is to play. Four NT here should ask for a minor and not be ace asking. We should be cold for five of a minor opposite as little as XXX, KXXX, KXXX, XX
Richard Katz: 3NT. 2nt is an opening NT and I have more values than that. The bidding did not go two spades –3 spades so I play my partner for some cards and hope to make 3nt with these cards, including the fact that that an opening spade lead is probably away from the ace. Also, 3nt here is natural, not unusual
Roni Gitchel Atkins: 3S - This asks partner to bid 3NT with a spade stopper and otherwise to bid their longest suit. My second choice would be to bid 4S - which I play shows the minors as a part of leaping Michaels.
Herb Sachs 3S—I have two suits and I don’t know how to get them in. If partner bids 4 hearts I will bid 4 spades. If I had just one suit I would bid it, but four spades whows a two suiter—and not hearts. The only other possible bid on this hand is 3NT and that is just guessing—I don’t do that.
Mary Carns: 3D. And hope that if it is right, partner (or opponents) will bid and allow me to bid clubs. Of course, if 3S shows any 2-suiter, as some play, this hand is easy
PJ Prabhu: 3D. This hand, doesn't appear to be as good as its point count. Since I'm not prepared for a 3H bid by pd, I won't double. May miss a game.
Arlene Port: 3D It doesn’t look like this will be the end of the bidding and I will have a chance to show my club suit. If everyone passes, so be it!
Asim Ulke: I bid 3S showing a two suited hand. Partner should bid suits up the line or NT
Judy Haffner: 3S—Playing 3 spades shows any two-suiter over partners 4 H. Bid 5 clubs.