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Adriano Rodrigues
Adriano Rodrigues
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May 28, 2014
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about me

Statistician, Love bridge, chess, gambling, statistics and more than all, my family Tongue Out

Country
Brazil

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Remember university times when played bridge all nights!! (ok, some years was all days too :-P)
Bridge Accomplishments
Winning Brasilian Trials Teams 2014 and Brasilian pairs in same year
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drinbet
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The nature of bridge probabilities
Good article! I like to tell the students, how probabilities change on hands doing one of your examples. AJx K10x. Start the hand is 50-50 for where is the Q. Then you lead small from hand and LHO not follow! So now it changed to 0-100%. How something was 50 ...
Timuçin (Timo) Erkoç's bidding problem: 53 Q632 AQT9 AJ5
If the bidding was 2 X 4, your partner need think you have 100% times you have 4 or not? The way you say is forced have 4, i disagree, you may not have 3NT to bid (at least over 4 you cant). with ♠K5 ...
How do we get to the !@#$% NT game?
I have no problems in raising with 3 when no natural bid to do, but this case with 4 cards s is nosense. all examples from http://www.australianbridge.com/article_39-5_raisingonthree.php this is the same, you only raise when no other 4 card suit can bid naturally... also inferences ...
How do we get to the !@#$% NT game?
why 2 when you have natural 2 bid? Looks a bad bridge to start. Bidding 2 chances to be on 3NT is bit higher.
Timuçin (Timo) Erkoç's bidding problem: 53 Q632 AQT9 AJ5
Timo check if double must have 4, seems whats for you is weird behavior is normal for some good % of players. Maybe you can review your point of view whit this example. Maybe you can continue in same thinking too :-) Just trying to help on discussion. http://bridgewinners.com ...
Timuçin (Timo) Erkoç's bidding problem: 53 Q632 AQT9 AJ5
X promises 4? does 2 promise? whats 3nt direct over 2 and what means double followed by 3NT? with eventual partner i bid 4.
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when this happens lead the jack!
Spades are the trumps - What is your ruling.
long time ago i read in some begginers book that we should put the dummy in order that last suit is the lead one (so our partner take some time to for sure look all dummy) . Is this infraction as someone told here this helps remembering about the lead was...?
Spades are the trumps - What is your ruling.
who define trumps? dummy position or bidding? really hard question to reply...maybe after 500 comentaries we will have some idea.
ATB
7 opening would be ok too.
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