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Adriaan Lucassen
Adriaan Lucassen
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 7, 2014
Last Seen
Dec. 6
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Dutch junior, 24 years old.

Occasional BBO vugraph commentator, mostly only at broadcasts of youth events.

Studying African Languages & Cultures @ Leiden University.

Country
Netherlands

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Quite some years ago, I once underled my AKQJ in order to receive a ruff when playing a low-level pairs competition. It worked and partner's face when his 9 (of T9x) held the trick was priceless.
Bridge Accomplishments
Dutch national Youth Teams Champion, November 2014 and, 2015, national youth pairs champions 2017, White House Junior Internationals champions 2017
Member of Bridge Club(s)
BB Nijmegen
Favorite Tournaments
World Youth Open Championships
Favorite Conventions
Mini-1NT (10-13)
BBO Username
adriaantje
ACBL Ranking
None
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Who Will Win the Open European Championship?
So only 10 people were right. And only 4 votes for nr 2 Israel, and no votes at all for Russia (3rd place)!
Rowland Reeves's bidding problem: T653 AQ543 T65 5
Opening 1 is illegal in most jurisdictions, under the most recent WBF rules changes.
Jan Kamras elected EBL President
The World Bridge Federation president - of course not the same as the EBL.
Yu Chang's bidding problem: QJ9 T75 T75 AQJ5
3 on a 4-card suit is awful. As I'm a passed hand, 2 is not GF anymore and should show this hand type.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: 875 KQJ2 AK982 9
Another perfect takeout double at your first turn.
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: AKQ753 K83 A7 QT
Playing this double as penalty is absolutely ridiculous.
Ron Lel's bidding problem: KQx AKQJx xxx xx
Gazilli solves many problems.
Gregory Nowak's bidding problem: A53 AT T75 KQJ75
Doesn't make a difference at all. 3 is very odd on a 5 card no matter what.
Mark Raphaelson's bidding problem: AT6 AT JT5 A9875
Unable to answer without knowing what 3 after 1NT would have shown. Also, 13-17 seems unplayable - you might want to stretch your 2NT rebid to 17-19 so you have a bit of a clue what you're doing.
Maarten Schollaardt's bidding problem: Q75 9 AQT9643 Q4
That's ridiculous. There is no system in which 3 can be passed
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