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Diego Brenner
Diego Brenner
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 28, 2010
Last Seen
March 23
Member Type
Bridge Pro

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
When I understood that points exist only as a guide and realized the importance of judgement.
Bridge Accomplishments
World Transnational Teams (1st); World Pairs Championship (3rd); World Team Olympiad (5th)
Regular Bridge Partners
Marcelo Branco, Norberto Bocchi
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Bridge Turó (Barcelona); Bridge Clube do Rio de Janeiro; Bridge Clube Paulistano (São Paulo)
Favorite Tournaments
World Championships, European Open, Brazilian Trials
Favorite Conventions
Transfers to put opener/overcaller on lead
BBO Username
dbrenner
ACBL Ranking
None
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Score Adjustment in Berg v Lavazza
ALL the TD's know LAVAZZA play X as less than 4S, as everydoby else knows it too.
Say No To Cheats
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: AJ76532 KQ4 K4 9
This hand is too good for 2D and also a bad choice with 4H.
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: AJ76532 KQ4 K4 9
The best way to play it is to show length and strength over responder's bid.
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: AJ76532 KQ4 K4 9
In my opinion weak 2 must be directed to 3NT or 5, so should never be a bad hand. However, I think game can be made here only due to bad defense, most of the times. I think partner has 1-3-6-3.
BW 2/1: 1!d-2!c-2!D
Any hand with 5+ except 6-4 MAX, 6+3H MAX, 5-4 MAX or 5D332 18-19.
BW 2/1: 1!D-2!C-2M
I think the best way to play is 4-4 BAL MIN or 6-5 MIN.
Christina Syrakopoulou's bidding problem: A 4 AKJT9 KJT876
4 shows a Strong + 2-suiter
Ron Smith's bidding problem: Qx JT987xx x QTx
PASSAROWSKI.
Ron Smith's bidding problem: Q9xxxx Jxx xxx T
Easy 3.
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