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Elke Weber
Elke Weber
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 22, 2015
Last Seen
Sept. 20
Member Type
Bridge Teacher
about me

 I have started playing bridge t the age of 15. Today I am teaching juniors. Smile


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
I can't tell my favorite bridge memory, but I love to make friends everywhere in the world and among my best memories are bridge club tournaments I played in Accra (Ghana), Cape Town (S.A.) and Taupo (N.Z.).
Bridge Accomplishments
2 Vice European ladies championships, 4 German titles.
Regular Bridge Partners
anneca, friedlich, martellxo
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Germany: Darmstadt Alert, Mannheim, UNI Mannheim, Ketsch Sweden: Filbyter Linköping
Favorite Tournaments
German Bridge Trophy in Berlin, Swedish Festival in Örebro and many others
Favorite Conventions
conditional RKCB
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Yordan Boychev's bidding problem: AQT9432 A AQ9 J7
I wouldn't be in this Situation. 4 would have been my choice in the 1st round, 4 in the 2nd.
Yordan Boychev's bidding problem: AT9x AKTxx AQx x
Without trick source in my Long suit I don't really believe in 3NT, at least not enough to bid it in MP. I pass and hope for a plus score (or pd's t.o.X :q).
Paul Grünke's bidding problem: Q743 JT8 A QT987
I don't agree with 3. This bid has created the problem I have now. 4 seems much better to me.
Elke Weber's bidding problem: J3 AJ95 QJT Q753
Well, the problem was that the partner thought I must have both M because I can't have a GF...
Elke Weber's bidding problem: J3 AJ95 QJT Q753
I guess many 2 bidders use to play 2 as gf (or both M) as my partner turned out to be used to play it which led to a bad result when I did bid 2 with exactly the bidding plan David suggests. In my world 2 ...
Ulf Nilsson's bidding problem: QT762 KJ3 J76 84
I am surprised to read that so many seem to play 3 X as pen.
Ulf Nilsson's lead problem: 963 AT73 AK874 5
I am curious to read what happened, X wouldn't have come to my mind, but this is interesting.
Richard Bley's bidding problem: KJ9 J974 AK4 QT3
O has a weak NT with at least 4 diamonds, his partner seems to have 5 spades and must have close to 0 point, my partner had a pen X over 1c and bids again. Why does everyone pass here?
Ulf Nilsson's bidding problem: QT42 752 K QJ743
I am surprised to read X=extras. With 15+ known HCP wouldn't it be more interesting to know if O has an offensive or defensive hand? But if X really shows extras this means for me it shows interest, so I bid. Partner must know, that I have some ...
Paul Grünke's bidding problem: AQ AKJ982 AJ732 ---
If they were not vul I would bid, here I smell money

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