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Gonzalo Goded
Gonzalo Goded
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Member Since
Feb. 15, 2013
Last Seen
Jan. 25
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

I am a bridge pro living in Madrid (Spain), I work a lot on my own webpage www.bridgegod.com

 

Complaints about my website's name to be delivered to Richard Pavlicek, who was the first to suggest that nickname here: www.rpbridge.net/7x96.htm

Country
Spain

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Reaching the final in NEC Cup 2008
Bridge Accomplishments
9th in 2005 Transnational, 4th in 2016 World Bridge Games. Got a WBF's World International Master Title
Regular Bridge Partners
Federico Goded and Jordi Sabate
BBO Username
Fluffy
ACBL Ranking
None
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Should we have taken the push?
Club players in my area have no clue of why the stop card is meant to be used. Under this circumstances it would be impossible for them to use it properly.
YBTJ
I think south should take an action on the first round like double or 2NT lebensohl-like. That wouldn't change anything though.
The Missing
I wouldn't had played the same, because I wouldn't had the guts to play grand knowing the 2 hands, I guess there weren't screens in use and Jacco could also infer from west's hessitation during bidding.
Failed attempt for a doubled overtrick
Opponents making a doubled overtrick would carry the same psychologycal impact as just making for me. Mmm, sorry, I was wrong, what I actually meant is that if my opponents ever risked a cold doubled contract in order to show dominance and make a doubled overtrick, then I would be ...
Failed attempt for a doubled overtrick
what was the lead and the bidding?
What does this 1NT rebid show?
-Because he already has a bid that shows 12-14 balanced: pass -Because pass is a lot safer than bidding 1NT. -Because it frees up 1NT for some other sensible choice (I use it for minors with diamond preference on precision context) such as 18-19 balanced.
What does this 1NT rebid show?
Why bid 2NT when you can bid 1NT, that is the question.
What does this 1NT rebid show?
I wish my partners would accept to play 18-19 here, since with 12-14 it is usually a bad idea.
Should partner have made 3N?
it might also work when 10 is smith or count :)
Make a Grand
What I found unnusual about this hand is that I was solving problems lineally one after another making small modifications on the line to get closer and closer to the solution, usually you need to take steps back but somehow here I just moved straight forward, perhaps because lack of ...
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