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Csaba Czimer
Csaba Czimer
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 22, 2013
Last Seen
3 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

A system geek, even played strong pass (Regres) when it was allowed.

Of course have my own relay-Precision, which is of course the best one in efficiency / memory load ratio Smile

Graduated as a mathematician, work as a software developer.

Country
Hungary

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Making a small slam in a 5-4 fit after finding QJxx on the wrong side. And some succesful falsecards. I forget them easily, thus I write them on my homepage sometimes.
Bridge Accomplishments
5 national titles in Hungary, some cups from Pula Festival
Favorite Tournaments
Pula Festival (Croatia, each September)
Favorite Conventions
bids showing or asking shortness
BBO Username
csabi
ACBL Ranking
None
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Way to Recover
Right. We play relay precision. I just tried to express that (how to say it PC) this method may not be optimal.
Way to Recover
If I played this method holding this North hand I might have sorted a small spade into the "hearts" :-) Or perhaps a diamond, being red. The same thing as not splintering with stiff ace.
Ekren competitive
No big deal, just enter "Ekren convention" into google, if you have not heard about that. http://www.google.hu/search?q=ekren+convention
Csaba Czimer's bidding problem: 9 95 AK982 AJ763
@Richard: Near guess, I admit he can easily have that. But how should he bid AQJTx, AKQJTxxx, --, -- ? (or a slightly weaker spade holding) He knows that you don't have the spade king. You know that he can ruff a spade and throw 3 of them on your AK + A ...
What is your line of play?
I entered the board into GIB. It played like this: high diamond (spade from dummy), a diamond ruffed high, SpK, SpA, Sp ruffed high. It needed either 3-3 spades or club king onside (and 3-3 or 4-2 trumps) = 57%. My play above (run the 10 etc) is about 63% plus ...
What is your line of play?
That's 68% * (35,5% + 48,4% * 3/4) = 49% See below for other calculations
What is your line of play?
Run the club 10. If they don't lead a trump then I'll have 2 spade, 2 diamonds, a club and 7 trump tricks on crossruff. I need 3-2 clubs, 5-4 or 6-3 diamonds and 4-2 or 3-3 spades for this, trumps does not matter. (~ 51% chance). If they ...
Forcing pass?
My rule for unclear situations: if our bidding can be based purely on distribution then pass is not forcing. I think this is the case here.
1m - P - 1!S - 2!H - 2NT?
We play it Good-bad: weak, but distributional hand willing to compete on level 3 (6+ after 1 opening, 6+ or 5-5 after 1 opening or perhaps GF) and normally denies 3-card . Playing this way direct 3-level suit bids show some extra but can ...
Opener's jump rebid of 3NT after a game forcing 2/1 response
I liked the idea at first sight, but there is a problem: 3N will be declared from the wrong side.
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