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Gonzalo Goded
Gonzalo Goded
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 15, 2013
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Member Type
Bridge Player
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, Won many spannish championships. Got a WBF's World Master Title
Regular Bridge Partners
Federico Goded and Jordi Sabate
BBO Username
Fluffy
ACBL Ranking
None
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Gonzalo Goded's bidding problem: QJ4 AK6 A653 K73
Thanks all, partner had A109xxx Q9x xx xx
An Unusual Ending
I would not want to explain that line to partner when Q is doubleton.
Give the Ruff
The same rule would be "bid 4 or pass 3X", so something you would bid with 5+, over 3 it might happen.
An Unusual Ending
If I played 6 I would be -100
Improve my analysis!
At first sight we defeat only if partner has Qxx xxx QJ10x xxx, maybe with J to add, however if that is the case, why didn't declarer start with a heart from dummy?. It appears that something else is happening, and I think Tom Townsend is on the right ...
Interference with Queen ask
If 5 is not a step response ask, it makes no sense to take 5 as anything but denying Q. You should apply same principles as a cuebid doubled, for me, if they double a cuebid redouble suggests playing there, and pass shows doubt (intermediate), I think pass ...
Interference with Queen ask
What are your other responses to 5?, most people don't play step responses to trump queen ask.
Line in 6C
I'd like to play a spade to the jack, but the 9 lead has made it dangerous since after 2 rounds of trumps we can't get to 12 withot stablishing something. After the lead I intuitively think AK+ heart ruff with 8 is best, but won't be ...
Putting pressure on opponents quickly versus taking the most chances
On this hand I played spade quickly, North won A, and could had defeat the contract if he played a diamond now, but after some consideration he played partner for A109 and let me make the contract.
Gonzalo Goded's bidding problem: AT63 Q84 94 Q863
On this hand opponents were cold for 3, and best you could do is to compete on a black suit making 7-9 tricks depending on what trump and how you played. Partner had 3424, and East had 3541.
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