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http://bridge.esmarkkappel.dk/ nice tool
Oct. 10, 2018
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http://live.acbl.org/event/NABC173/RBAM/4/qualifiers
Dec. 3, 2017
Peter van der Hulst edited this comment Dec. 3, 2017
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I play in a club in holland, we play 6 times a week with the newest bridgenates. No problems with the keys wearing out.

In the nethelands all clubs have acces to a portal which provide scores on the internet. Done within one minute. At our local club we use a shuffle machine and card distribution of every play is available on the net.

Why is there no software exchange between national bridge federations?
June 9, 2017
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I am a big fan off BBO. I love the promotion of the game. I think that BBO vugraph is an excelent service for the bridge community.

In the netherlands we have 2 large bridgesites. Both around 10.000 paying members.

Stepbridge is a bridgeclub, where you can play online. No robots, most dutch people and most more or less using the same systemcard.

The set of rules about ending a gane you started, conduct to other
players is well organised if you dont behave correctly, you get a penalty.

BIC (Berry's internet club) is a Robot-club
Your playing with 3 Jack robots. You can play all kind of tournaments, score comparing with other players.

The convention card allows you many options for fine tuning the bidding (like Ping mentioned)

It all exist, not free, but other countries have their own platforms (scandinavia poland)
April 23, 2017
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http://www.jeugdbridge.nl/index.php?id=white-house-juniors

For bulletins in English
April 7, 2017
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The 2♣ and 2♦ responses are game-forcing and show at least 5 cards in the bid suit. The minimum strength of these responses is 12 HCP.
Continuation over 2♣/♦ response
Opener shows a 4-card major (♥, if both).
With a strong ♣ opener doesn’t jump, since the auction is game-forcing.

Raising responder’s suit promises a 4-card fit and no 4-card major – it doesn’t have to show extras. Responder rebidding his suit is forcing, e.g:

1♣ 2♦
2♥ 3♦

Opener may not Pass. The agreement is that invitational minor hands respond 3♣ or 3♦ immediately, or first go through 1♦.


According Wydawnictwo Magdalena Jassem
Oct. 6, 2016
Peter van der Hulst edited this comment Oct. 6, 2016
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http://jassem.pl/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Polish_Club-2010.html

English website about polish club must be of some help
Oct. 6, 2016
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two world titles within 6 weeks very special
congrats magie ticha
and of course all the other players lot of fun to watch ty all


http://www.imp-bridge.nl/nieuws-archief/gouden-girls-salso
Sept. 17, 2016
Peter van der Hulst edited this comment Sept. 18, 2016
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Are these broadcastings available on the major european tournaments eg budapest european team championship?
this is realy vuegraph 2.0
June 9, 2016
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Impressive quality very nice to see the players and the hands. VWD compliments.
June 9, 2016
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www.bridgemate.com/app/

Only available in Holland?

Running scores and standings on your smartphone
May 29, 2016
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Dutch federation has about 120.000 members, about 1050 clubs, 22 regions. All having their own portal with results.
lets say the average club plays 40 times a year each 20 tables at a time.
800.000 - 1.000.000 tables a year (several years available)
May 9, 2016
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This sounds like a wake up call for American Bridge

Dutch federation has all results of national events on her site including handrecords of every board played.
Same functionality available for all dutch bridgeclubs

All rulings by Protest Committee are available on the same site.(dutch federation members only)

For those people interested

Bridge.nl
wedstrijden (on the left side)
uitslagen (=results in the top colom ) or
http://www.bridge.nl/uitslagen


when you choose an event you can double click on any BLUE item for more detailed info
May 9, 2016
Peter van der Hulst edited this comment May 9, 2016
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If the bidding is
1 sa pas 3sa all pas you want to know what to lead

on the other hand
after 3 spade 3 nt all pass
what do you want to know

look at example one and You get the answer
March 9, 2016
Peter van der Hulst edited this comment March 10, 2016
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As far as i know is Germany part of the european community and not of the united states of america. Which means that
“deutsche bridge verband” has to deal with european legislation.

For instance UEFA, european soccer federation, had to change all regulations about soccerplayer transfers after the famous bosman-arrest.

Any european bridgeplayer sentenced with a life ban, having nothing to lose, might go all the way to the european court, everybody know the expences, nobody knows the outcome.

I think that this aspect has great influence on all european sentences.
March 7, 2016
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Piere Ghestem
Worldchampion checkers, bermudabowl winner decent chess player in his youth

In bridge we have the Ghestem convention for 2 5cards
In checkers they have also named a coup after him
Oct. 13, 2015
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they do the fantunes leads last video example here and several others i watched.
Oct. 7, 2015
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