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The bw staff asked me not to add our homepage in this way. I have to agree it, so it is my final targeted comment.

So long :)
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March 19
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March 19
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A new bidding article, the “Opener's Options When1NT Is Doubled in the 4th Position” is already published on the bridgemagic.net homepage. I hope you will enjoy it and share it with your friends!
March 11
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The double of North is a way better bid and brings us to the lay down 4h.
March 8
Daniel Vikor edited this comment March 8
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It is a very interesting situation. North had passed hand. How can we estimate a hand for him, which is good enough to have 2 spade stoppers, a club stopper, a heart stopper and something in diamonds. At the table, North had Axx, Q10xx, xx, A10xx, a super maximum hand, the diamond KJ doubleton was at West, so we had 6 diamonds inmediately, and we still had only 8 tricks if opps changed to club after 2 spade tricks.

So my point is, that the correct choice is the 4d bid.
March 7
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A new hand history article, the “When Everything Looks All Right” is already published on the bridgemagic.net homepage. I hope, that you will enjoy it and share it with your friends!
March 3
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A nice hand history article combined with a double dummy problem, the “How Can A Bidding Mistake Bring Absolute Top In A Pairs Tournament?” is alread published on the bridgemagic.net homepage. I would like to ask you to share it with your bridge frinds if you like it :)
Feb. 10
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A new bidding article, “What To Do, When Our 3NT Is Doubled” is already published in the expert area on the bridgemagic.net homepage. You can find a lot more, than that, welcome to check it out!
Jan. 28
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In this situation, we don't need 5NT for any normal reason: 5D can be RKC in case we want to bid grand slam, and it is often very important to bid slam from the right hand.

The 6 club needed 1 finesse from 2, because partner had almost nothing in diamond.

His hand was AKJx,AJX, AJXX,QX. I personally would have accepted the club slam invitation with his hand.
Jan. 25
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Thank you for responding my question. I also passed it, partner had great hand: xxx, x, AKQ10x, AQ10x.

Both Ace of spades and King of clubs were onside so it was easy to make 5 clubs in the hand. (unfortunately)

I think, it is a key point, why opps are not bidding: most probably because they have fit only in heart, but we already had bid heart in the hand.

Another key point is, that what should we bid with the next hands:

KQ, J10xxx, x, Kxxxx

Kxx, kJxx, xx, Kxxx

If we bid 3 clubs with these hands, than my hand was surely weak for it.
Jan. 20
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Our “The Solution Of The Double Dummy Problem In A 4 Spades Doubled Contract” is already published on the bridgemagic.net homepage. If you like it, let me know it here, so I can make some other similar articles.
Jan. 20
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A neew declarer play problem (A double dummy 4 spades contract)is published on bridgemagic.net homepage now. You are all welcome!
Jan. 16
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A new article about a very important bidding weapon, the “Reverse Drury Convention” is already published on the bridgemagic.net homepage. If you like it, please share it with your friends!
Nov. 12, 2016
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A new hand history article, the “When The Royal Flush Is Losing” is already published on the bridgemagic.net homepage. I hope, that you will enjoy it. In this case, please share it with your friends!
Oct. 28, 2016
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A new bidding theory article, the “Defensive Bidding Against Bergen and Jacoby Raise” is already published on the bridgemagic.net homepage. I hope you will enjoy it and share it with yout friends!
Oct. 16, 2016
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A new development article, the “VS For Giving Slam Invit To 1NT-Stayman-2 Major response” is already published on bridgemagic.net homepage, in the expert area.

While we are are a profit oriented homepage, we decided to publish it in the paying area.

We hope you all understand it. There are a lot of other developments, what you can read only after buying access to our expert area.

We are glad, that more and more clients are discovering our new developments. Some of them:

Twins for 2/1 relay, Fanni for forcing situations, VS preferred honor asking relay and solutions for artificial doubled solutions.

We also have a lot of interesting hand histories in the restricted expert area, together more, than 60 articles.

We have a high level article to almost every important bridge question.
A tip: You should browse under the menu button of your level to read the introductions of articles. You will find a lot of new things for sure.
If you like our homepage, please share it with your friends!
Oct. 8, 2016
Daniel Vikor edited this comment Oct. 8, 2016
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An interesting defensive hand history article, “The Last Chance”is already published on bridgemagic.net homepage.
I hope, that you will enjoy it and share it with your friends!
Oct. 1, 2016
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An interesting declarer play article, the “An Interesting Elimination From Pula” is already published on the bridgemagic.net homepage. We hope, you will enjoy it and share it with your friends.
Sept. 18, 2016
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A special hand history, “A Psychological Warfare From A Team Tournament” is already published on the bridgemagic.net homepage. I hope, that you will enjoy it and share it with your friends. Thank you :)
Aug. 26, 2016
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