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Giorgio Casinovi
Giorgio Casinovi
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Dec. 3, 2016
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Giorgio Casinovi's bidding problem: Ax KTx AKQx Qxxx
I posted this poll because I was wondering whether 2NT might be a more descriptive bid with this hand (see also [url=]this thread[/url]). A 2NT rebid would make it easier for partner to pass or bid 3NT with only four hearths. On ...
Splinter or natural?
According to the 2017 Bridge World Standard, sec. I: [i]After a one-level new-suit response: responder's rebid of four of opener's minor is:[/i] (a) a splinter after opener's simple new-suit rebid; (b) natural and forcing after opener's simple or jump same-suit rebid.
Thinking Twice About Two-Way
As someone who's currently trying to master 2-way checkback, I completely agree with Craig's statement: the devil is in the details. To me, one important point that the partnership must be clear about is the length of responder's major suit in the invitational sequences. Specifically, if the ...
If 5-4 in !c-!d, what bid do you open with?
You may also want to look at these other two BW articles for a range of opinions on this topic: As indicated in the earlier comments, the choice of the opening bid depends to a large extent on ...
Should This NLM Stay in his Lane?
Yes, but if that was North's intention, she should have realized that the 9 had very little chance of holding the trick, that she would almost certainly face a heart continuation, and therefore would have to use her last two trumps to come back to her hand and take ...
Should This NLM Stay in his Lane?
Pardon me for asking what is probably a stupid question, but what's the reason for North's play of the 9 instead of the Q at trick 8?
Open Las Vegas Discussion Thread
The 2019 Collegiate Bridgebowl starts on Thursday and this year it includes both teams and pairs championships. Participants are fourteen teams plus several additional pairs from over a dozen colleges and universities, as shown in [url=]this map[/url], courtesy of Stephanie Threlkeld and Lori Simpson Pope. A complete schedule of Bridgebowl events can be found [url=]here[/url]. It is anticipated that some of the Bridgebowl team matches will be broadcast on Vugraph; please check the Vugraph schedule ...
Congrats College Pairs Winners!
If you don't mind my asking, who are your alma maters? Just curious if it may be possible to jump start bridge programs there ...
My thoughts, my heart, and my tears are with our French brothers and sisters.
I read that the towers have been spared, but the spire collapsed, at least partially.
Congrats College Pairs Winners!
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