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Gonzalo Goded
Gonzalo Goded
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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 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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TD Ruling
Even if East had singleton club it doesn't imply that he gave the wrong explanation, it can very well be that partner forgot or psyched.
TD Ruling
I am with Michael, I always though that was is written its important because one way it is missexplanation while the other would consider 2 a psyche (and missexplanation to north)
David Parsons's bidding problem: QT87 A7 AJ Q9543
My partners are very likely to have 4 on this auction, so most likely 2470, and double is gonna be profitable.
What is this double?
We play 1M-2x as either transfer weak or natural invitational for several years, my opponents rarely discuss anything over it, but so far they never got a bad result from doubling.
Another "what is standard?" poll
I fail to see how it could be 14 to be honest.
Finish this sentence
I saw it once before, from AQ10 actually, declarer had KJxx
Alexander Woo's bidding problem: AQT8754 --- 765 A42
Opponents have heart fit, a fit that splits very badly, you don't want them to miss it, but on the other hand you rather force them to overbid a little, 2 could work wonderfully for that but I just went with the normal 1.
ATB - -930
North is the weak player Craig, West is usually fairly good.
For those of a certain age
Exactly what I meant, 1-round bidders are the ones that want to take silly risks. In Spain bridge was played with 6 denominations for several decades, the 6th one was "no tricks", and was higher than spades but lower than no trumps. It was pointless as people just overbid you ...
For those of a certain age
I am too old to vote as well. I play strong club and like relays, when talking to another strong club advocate, who had to give up on the system because of the constant overcalls he suggested the game would be better if the penalties were more harsh. I guess ...
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