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Giovanni Bobbio
Giovanni Bobbio
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July 28, 2011
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about me

I played lots of bridge in my 20's, before real life took over.

Represented Italy in Junior events around 1989, in a team that included some who became the best players of my generation: Sementa, Versace, Nunes among others.

Won the Italian Open Pairs Championship in 2016.

Won the Italian IMP Pairs Championship in 2019.


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Olivier Collard's bidding problem: Q8 KJ6 AKQJ9532 ---
Is a 5 opening artificial?
LAVAZZA wins Reisinger
Very well done, guys!
Rowland Reeves's bidding problem: Qxx Ax AKQTx xxx
How do we beat 4 if partner fits s? If he doesn't we should leave well enough alone.
A "strong" 2C ruling in SB's favour
Guessing: drew two rounds of trumps, miscounted them as 4-1 and conceded a trick.
Douglas Newlands's bidding problem: Q6 Q6 AKQT96 A52
I can't see this being too bad a slam if partner has a control. I bid 4 and follow up with 5.
Trick 2 Defense
@Robert: it will when my holding is revealed.
Do you prefer to play Gazzilli?
Some Italian top pairs that play Precision also play Gazzilli.
What's the best use of 2NT here?
What's the difference between "Two places to play" and "Scramble"? Anyway, minors seems sensible.
Loser on loser not covered in The Rodwell Files?
Well, I suppose anyone who owns the book could answer but since it's by no means an encyclopedia of play techniques I don't even understand the premise of the question.
What is the difference?
Frances seems to be eloquently trying to explain to you that what you see as a simple case of equivalent situations perhaps isn't, and we do not know enough to be able to say.

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