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Elke Weber
Elke Weber
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 22, 2015
Last Seen
June 15
Member Type
Bridge Teacher
about me

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

Country
Germany

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
BBO Username
eweber
ACBL Ranking
None
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European Championships current standings
The effect is similar in the women's competition. When I started playing there about 15 years ago, there were teams who definitely didn't know what they were doing. In my view the change since then has been amazing, maybe even bigger then in the open.
Elke Weber's bidding problem: J43 KQ8743 QT3 K
You have screens...
Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: AKJ9 --- Q876 AQJT8
yes, 1 or X, but pass is an option then as well
Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: AK9 AQT874 --- KQJ6
Why did I start with 1?
Gerben Dirksen's bidding problem: 52 63 A742 KT543
2NT is scrambling with most of my partners.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: 43 AK987 A76 AJ8
I might open 1NT if it is agreed that 5c M is regular, but this seems like a suit hand to me and it seems I don't need to be declarer with my holding.
Paul Grünke's bidding problem: A9 AJ72 K652 852
for me it matters just enough to say yes :)
Elke Weber's bidding problem: KJ652 K6 T3 JT83
The theory that is taught to bridge beginners according to the FORUM D system in Germany (coming from the French system) is to jump to 2M with 4 cards and 8-10 and jump to 3 with 5. This poll is made to find out if there are supporters for this ...
Paul Grünke's bidding problem: A9 AJ72 K652 852
in between, I don't want to influence the vote by deciding for one of the 2 bids
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: --- A876 AKQ54 AK64
4NT+5 = Thanks for picking clubs, but I had + 4NT+5 (highest of 3 suits) = Thanks for picking, but my intention was to invite to slam in
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