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Eduard Velecky
Eduard Velecky
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Member Since
March 19, 2012
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5 hours ago
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about me

Slovak national player (before czechslovak and czech national player), Slovak NPC.

Country
Slovakia

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BBO Username
edowell
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Alert after non forcing bid
1. Yes (I'm that moderator: D). 2. Occasionally yes. Therefore it is good to give all information.
Alert after non forcing bid
EBL alert policy is for events without screens? Conditions of Contest These General Conditions of Contest (GCoC) are the standard regulations which apply to all European Bridge Championships and other tournaments held under the auspices of the European Bridge League (EBL). The EBL Eligibility Code, the EBL Disciplinary Code, the ...
Alert after non forcing bid
Imho problem is different. Is not oddly that maybe every country has other rules than central rules? Do you know about other sports where this is going on? Let's imagine soccer, where the offside in England is valid everywhere, but in Netherland at the penalty area is non valid ...
Alert after non forcing bid
Deal is from our solvers club. The 3 bid is not alerted.
Alert after non forcing bid
From WBF and EBL Alert policy The following classes of calls should be alerted: .... Non-forc ing jump changes of suit responses to opening bids or overcalls, and nonforcing new suit responses by an unpassed hand to opening bids of ONE of a suit...
David Birds Inappropriate Comment
@Thomas Agree, 3H is propably trial bid. But analysis says: hearth support is no problem. The key problem is spade support. With 4 cards spades you play a good game, but with 3 cards spades game is bad. This mean: trial hearth bid is not properly used with these cards ...
David Birds Inappropriate Comment
Statistical results with Deal 3.1 program. 500 deals generated. If opener have 11-13 points, balanced hand with 4-5 diamonds, with exactly 3 spades and without 4hearts, then (double dummy) chance for spade game is 21% (4hearts 15.3%). If opener have 11-13 points, balanced hand with 4-5 diamonds, with ...
Eduard Velecky's bidding problem: Q765 2 AQJ973 A5
Maybe, but I did not want to test the logical alternative. Richard, I would be glad, if you answer the following questions: 1. Is agreed hesitation after 5 hearts unauthorised information? 2. If yes, what this UI suggests? 3. If N bid 6 spades, which is your decision? Thx :)...
Eduard Velecky's lead problem: J4 A7653 K2 T972
Thank you, it's really interesting.
Eduard Velecky's lead problem: J4 A7653 K2 T972
Richard, you are a commentator for the EBU Appeals Booklets. I assume you know the definition of a serious error and rule 12c1(e), which say about extremely serious errors. In your opinion, is the club (10) lead in this deal a (extremely) serious error?
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