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Han Peters
Han Peters
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Basic Information

Member Since
Nov. 1, 2010
Last Seen
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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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Active Ethics?
I don't see the argument for 3H, please enlighten me.
Assess the blame (15)
I blame north for overbidding, south for overbidding, and the partnership for not having discussed an elementary auction.
In The Well: Ralph Katz
You would have made it: west had four trumps and the king of hearts.
In The Well: Ralph Katz
Hi Ralph, thanks for being in the well. Suppose halfway through a knock out match you find yourself in 7S with the following cards: AKT Qx AKQJxx Qx Qxxxxx AT x Axxx The opponents were silent during the auction. West leads the 5 of hearts, 3rd or low. Which heart ...
What happens after a psych
2S is natural?
What happens after a psych
It is not clear to me why players were polled, was there UI?
Double, what's it this time?
I don't usually play these methods, and I don't have a specific meaning about this auction. I have the agreement that after they balance, double is penalty unless our last bid was 1NT or lower. This rule therefore does't apply. I also have the agreement that double ...
First trick decision in 6!H
Richard, you are measuring with different cups. Playing the ace is only wrong if the finesse works and hearts can't be picked up.
Maarten Schollaardt's bidding problem: KQ3 AQJ9762 QT 3
Given that we have no offense, no defense, and no reason to think partner has anything either, I consider this an easy pass.
"Flexible signals"
A club holding of QJx or QTx may be sufficient if we switch at trick 2.

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