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Cagatay Kuyuk
Cagatay Kuyuk
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Member Since
April 24, 2013
Last Seen
July 17
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Striving to become an Advanced+ Level Bridge Player. Fairly enjoyable but also quite demanding & challenging quest.

 

To enjoy more of the game, I prefer to play KISS 2/1 systems (like bridgewinners.com/article/series/lc-standard/ ) and cut down on infertile system discussions (pointless touring in the labyrinth), and focus on concentration, counting, partnership handling & common mistakes.

Country
Turkey

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
bridgewinners.com/article/view/humorous-bridge-happenings-youve-experienced/?cj=261340#c261340
Regular Bridge Partners
I still haven't found what I'm looking for
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Angora, Cayyolu
Favorite Tournaments
IMPs
Favorite Conventions
Splinter
BBO Username
devedisi
ACBL Ranking
None
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The 'joy' of crass-imps
I guess some people prefer crass-imps and some others madpoints.
Why are IMP pairs events so much more popular in Europe?
I am not very literate with scoring methods, what happens to top & bottom scores in cross-imps?
Why are IMP pairs events so much more popular in Europe?
IMP Pairs scoring uses a datum (field average) for each board. What about the extreme results (tops & bottoms), are they included in the average? Or excluded, as mentioned in the "Larry Cohen's Bidding Challenge" book: "Top international pairs events are usually scored using IMPs, in the following manner. The ...
Why are IMP pairs events so much more popular in Europe?
I definitely enjoy IMP pairs much more than MP pairs. When I asked to experts about IMP pairs, they indicated its drawback; if level of the competing pairs are very different, then more swing boards and less reliable results. But if the field consists more comparable & strong players, better. As ...
In the Well: Jeff Meckstroth
Hi Jeff, Thanks for your time here. (And thanks to BW (& all participating players) for the Well series, very informative.) I want to ask you about how to self-diagnose your level. Assuming that most of the beginners and world class players already know themselves, (or, if not, leaving these edges ...
Why do you play bridge?
Pleasure of solving complex problems. Estimated risk taking. Overcoming challenges. Ego Gratification. Continuous learning & developing. And time really flies if you are in good company.
An E-book from Chennai
Thanks for the suggestion, I've just started reading it and really liked the book & used approach. For those looking for a similar (or additional) one, I would suggest; https://bridgewinners.com/store/ebook/how-good-is-your-bridge/
Does Chess Mastery Foretell Bridge Knack?
Good description. Perhaps, a better one could be "playing chess and poker simultaneously" while trying to dance/tango in harmony with your partner.
On Testing Bidding Systems
Yes, it really sounds very scientific. I suggest to have a look on these; http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/lc-standard-introduction/ (Larry Cohen's system suggestion: "not for beginners and not for National Champions, but for anyone in between") http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/adventures-with-lc-standard/ (by Eugene Hung and Larry Cohen ...
Why is it so hard to find a new partner?
Recently I've read a book written by Marshall Miles (Inferences at Bridge). A final comment of the writer was included at the end of book, saying that; "If you got all the problems right (or if you agreed with my answers, right or wrong) on all quizzes,please let ...
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