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Han Peters
Han Peters
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Basic Information

Member Since
Nov. 1, 2010
Last Seen
3 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

During daytime I am a theoretical mathematician, working at the University of Amsterdam. I live in Amsterdam with Meike Wortel and our 1-year old son Lars. 

I learned to play bridge in the United States; first in Michigan, and later on BBO. I've been back in the Netherlands since 2009, apart from some time spent in Oslo. 

I currently play in the Dutch league for Witte Huis 3, and we just promoted to the highest division. From what I hear 't Ontstein is quite scared already.


Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
To Be Achieved
Regular Bridge Partners
Leon Jacobs
Member of Bridge Club(s)
HOK, Het Witte Huis
Favorite Tournaments
Dutch teams league
Favorite Conventions
The squeeze
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
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Putting it to You
It won't cancel out, it has nothing to do with cancellation.
Amazing defenses by Buratti–Lanzarotti
I don't know if BL were cheating, and if they did, I have no idea how and to which extend. Saying that they cheat based on a few cherry-picked successful leads is crazy. Saying that they don't based on a few cherry-picked unsuccessful leads seems just as crazy.
Amazing defenses by Buratti–Lanzarotti
I share your reluctance to rely upon double dummy information when it comes to leads. Nevertheless, they can give interesting and sometimes surprising information that can cause you to see things differently. An example is the enormous bias in favour of major suit leads after 1NT-3NT. (My name is Han ...
Amazing defenses by Buratti–Lanzarotti
I think some of the comments here are really misguided. Overstating the strangeness of the heart lead on the first hand gives the accused something to argue with. While a heart lead wouldn't have been my choice here, I wouldn't have been surprised if it proved to be ...
Frances Hinden's bidding problem: KQJ6 A AKJ63 KT7
The most interesting point I find the statement that partner wouldn't double with 6 clubs. Could you share your thoughts Frances?
Reisinger, Day 3, Final Session, Bidding/Play Competition
On the first board partner should cash the diamond ace.
It Runs Away
You gave declarer the spade jack in the text, but it is ours.
Two Scenarios
It is definitely a statement about the person's character, but not necessarily ad hominem.
Two Scenarios
Just to get the facts clear, was the accused a liar?
Han Peters's bidding problem: 742 K652 AQ AQJ5
Short spades.

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