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Andonis Dalgas
Andonis Dalgas
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 9, 2013
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Turkey

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
I was dummy watching partner go down -7 in 1NT doubled.
BBO Username
dalgas
ACBL Ranking
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Double on bergen/mixed raise
We play: Take-out if doubler is not a passed hand, lead-directing otherwise.
isin Kandemir's bidding problem: AK64 76 QT9 8765
We're forced into an immediate decision. It would be an easy double if and cards were swapped.
Best line for 6H
I would begin with a finesse since establishing dummy seems to have better chances. Even if the finesse is on, we have to take care of a club and possible spade loser as well as a diamond loser.
Rafael Sacramento's bidding problem: K543 Q86 T KQ863
This is a textbook Multi Landy double for me. High cards concentrated in my suits, relevant shape and my singleton is not in hearts.
Three-card raises--- are they automatic?
"Dutch Spiral", developed by Jan Jansma could be an example of an inquiry convention when responder is not weak. https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/dutch-spiral/
BBO handviewer links do not work again
Thank you for your answer Michal. When I pasted the linked into "handviewer link" it shows only South's hand. No play buttons, etc. It was supposed to show all 4 hands, including next/previous buttons, etc. My link was: https://www.bridgebase.com/tools/handviewer.html?s=sK943hAQd104c96432&n ...
BBO handviewer links do not work again
How do we embed the handviewer with showing the cards played, into our polls? Handviewer link displays and works as expected when clicked, but follows the link and leaves BW site. I want it to work within the current BW poll that I have created.
Reverse Bidding Problem
W has 5 spades and a great hand. He/she overlooked the vulnerability and passed over 1, thinking that NS was red and EW white. His plan was to pass partner's reopening double for penalties. After partner's double, W woke up. With mediocre spades, could not be ...
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: QJ98 76 53 KQ863
Passing is sneaky and effective. I will lead through opener and expecting to set it by 2.
Andonis Dalgas's lead problem: K9532 --- 97432 983
Exactly! I was declarer and held QJxxx xx AQ K10xx. Dummy was x AKQJ10xxx x AJx. After lead, opponents could not resist long hearts and it was easy to find Q.
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