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Efrahim Akan
Efrahim Akan
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 14, 2011
Last Seen
8 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Turkey

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
winning junior national selections by 4% in front of the second and not being selected for national team
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Dorn Bishop's bidding problem: AKJ94 9 AQT32 Q8
can't partner have a heart stack, why not give him/her chance for business
Paul Block's bidding problem: 4 KJ93 AK986 KJ9
abstained, direct 1nt opening would have been my choice
Showing the Six of Spades
Convincing revelations that there might (must?) have been unauthorized flow of information within partnership
End of the Road to the GNT Final Four
Does this mean that your team lost by 1 IMP only? Such an epic end to a terrific series. Keep up writing!!!
Road to the GNT Final Four R16 Q4
why dont we have such writings more in BW? Delightful
Prahalad Rajkumar's lead problem: Q975 KQ43 853 A7
what was the winning lead in this case?
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: A64 AJ83 Q KQ942
Is opening 1n an option? That would be my choice
Julia Palmer's bidding problem: AKQ82 73 A6 KQ62
next move? we are done ... partner has a yarborough
David Loeb's bidding problem: T87542 A8 KJ7 T4
according to BridgeGoth there are 3 goals for overcalling ... 1-showing opening values, 2-taking space from opponents, 3-lead directing ... hearts do not serve none of the purposes...therefore with spades go ahead; having hearts hushh..
Yves Lefebvre's bidding problem: QJ9863 Q98 8 K75
before asking such a TRIVIAL question, I recommend you to read articles published by Mr.Gumperz teaching preemptives ("better preempts" + "most damaging preemptives" series)...
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