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Gonzalo Goded
Gonzalo Goded
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 15, 2013
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5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I am a bridge pro living in Madrid (Spain), I have recently been married, got a daughter and started 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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Reflected UI
Observing is not UI, the information you get from observing is UI
Minimum for 2S
For me the biggest difference with Axxxx is that it provides a defensive trick. For offensive purposes, one is better opposite Kxx while the other is better opposite Kxxx
Reflected UI
Plenty of timne you do have information, you just don't conciously know the source.
Reflected UI
This is something I said in the past, but I am not tired of repeating it. Several top players have argued about giving up playing with cards because they would lose their skills on reading things from the way opponents play cards, or behave, or their tempo. I think that ...
Reflected UI
Not neccesarilly, on the solution proposed by Gittleman, a "column" rose on the middle of the table making it unable to everyone to see partner, but not opponents. And whenever it was your turn you would see both partner and RHO's action simultaneously, so you wouldn't be able ...
Share your favorite bidding system highlights
You forgot the most important factor: your actual hand :D
Minimum for 2S
Do you mean intermediates? I must admit I tend to dismish them as nearly irrelevant when we could have 9-card fit, am I wrong?
Gabriel Carrasco's bidding problem: J92 K AJ2 AKJT85
too weak for 2NT, so 3 or 2, whatever you feel more comfortable
my hand tells me partner has misbid
IMO if the meaning of the bid by unpassed hand was part of your thought proccess when you reasoned the meaning of the bid, then it is relevant and you should disclose it.
Bruce Schwaidelson's bidding problem: 9 QJT952 --- AT9865
If the suits were reversed I would give some weight to playing in clubs, but on this hand you will have trouble constructing hands were clubs play 2 tricks better than hearts. And those will be outweight by the benefits from early agression. The bid I rate worst is 1 ...
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