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Ilya Kuzkin
Ilya Kuzkin
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 27, 2013
Last Seen
50 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me
I am an Oracle database specialist who also happens to be a decent bridge player. I try to play 2 major events/year, but usually play zero due to the time constraints.
Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning 3 Open Pairs events in a row at a regional with different partners.
Regular Bridge Partners
Gordon Campbell
BBO Username
A_zrae_L
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Debbie Rosenberg's bidding problem: QT8764 3 T85 732
http://web2.acbl.org/casebooks/2017KansasCity.pdf, case #9. Very similar auction, the 4 bidders claim that the hesitation before double 4 made 4 more attractive, not less :) Since the hesitation can make the pull more and less attractive at the same time, I suggest we dub ...
Debbie Rosenberg's bidding problem: QT8764 3 T85 732
I am not sure hesitation makes 4 more attractive. Quick double would deliver the information that the hand is "pure" (either take-out or penalty or very strong - subject to their agreements). Also, for less experienced players there is a possibility of "is my partner going to understand this double ...
Ilya Kuzkin's bidding problem: JT5 9852 A5 KJ43
Correction to the bidding notes - 1 was 11-14 balanced or 17+ any distribution.
Ilya Kuzkin's bidding problem: JT5 9852 A5 KJ43
Sorry, that's my omission. In the original bidding 1 was Polish, but I decided to substitute this with Precision (as more people are familiar with it) without thinking about the consequences.
Restricted choice: real life example
As you cruise through an evening LA on your Harley Davidson, a huge naked man stops you and demands your clothes, your boots and your motorcycle. You understand that your choices are very restricted, but you argue the usefulness or any possible outcome.
Top Bridge Pros' Tax Woes Continue
Court: I sentence you to 1 year and 8 months in prison. Odd: F*$#! Court: Ok, 9 months.
Is Anyone Else Confused?
"I'm positive one day a bridge-literate or better sponsor would assemble the top five world players and her(im)self, but what winning with such a team will prove? " That you still aren't able to beat the Blue Team if the Blue Team follows the Blue Team rule.
Very slow suit preference signals
Happened about 10 years go to me (I was on the "offending" side though) My partner was on lead against 4M in an auction where I had made an unusual NT overcall, and partner bid clubs. Partner lead the A and found KQx in dummy. I had to decide ...
You too can score 90%!
.. and then he again opens a singleton, Quartzy. I don't really understand how one can play with humans, they are so erratic and unpredictable. I wouldn't call that bridge, that's quasi-bridge at best.
Moysian game
Is this matchpoints? Why would E never show his diamond support? I know the hand would no longer be beautifully instructive, but this is insane, especially knowing the suits won't break well.
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