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Juraj Kvocek
Juraj Kvocek
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July 22, 2012
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June 14
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about me

Member of Slovak Junior Team. I'm currently finishing my Master's in Quantitative Finance in Vienna.

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Slovakia

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Juraj Kvocek's bidding problem: KJ3 KJ9 QJ6 8653
Fair enough, that would be a better term to describe it. Is it meant like 'Hey partner, I also have 13 CARDS, just wanted you to know that'? :D
Juraj Kvocek's bidding problem: KJ3 KJ9 QJ6 8653
Take out in the sense that you could almost call your system "double is take out" just like you announce "2/1 GF". There might be positions where it would make sense for double to be penalty, and there are some well-defined and frequent ones, but this is not one ...
In a Hurry
Great to see a hand where underleading two aces works! It immediately reminded me of a hand Swedish juniors defended at last year's European Youth Championship where underleading the same ace twice was the key play. Here it is, described by Simon Hult: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v ...
Juraj Kvocek's bidding problem: A AK9765 AQ43 T6
Unfortunately we haven't discussed it... X would be generalky in similar situations and 2 a two suiter, not sure whether with a major and I don't think either of us would have used it since we didn't talk about it.
Hobson's Choice
Kit, I have a question about the opening lead. The fact that N bid probably influences the decision, but might it be better to lead the A/K first to see the dummy? The counterargument is immediately obvious - losing entries and playing the opponents' suit, but still sometimes it ...
Save an Exit
Kit, would you consider opening 3 with this hand? As I think you probably would have written about it if you did, how stronger a hand would you need for that bid? Thank you for the article, again it was very interesting.
A Diversion
There is one more question about the lead - how do we choose from K7 and K10? It appears to me that K10 might probably give up more, but once we choose to lead actively, is that really a concern? Are there any other subtle factors from the bidding?
Eduard Velecky's bidding problem: 4 9763 KQJ852 K3
I usually don't abstain if the problem is new to me, but here I cannot put myself in this situation. X is very low on my list of alternatives, because even 1NT on the second round would promise 4M and 5+m in my understanding. Wouldn't opt for ...
Great Bols Of Fire
If you have no idea, finesse the queen with the player who gets more pissed if you succeed. (actually a real motto of one senior player from Slovakia)
Juraj Kvocek's bidding problem: KQT AQ87 AKJ843 ---
This was a nice (first) experience of coming up with a bid that no one else bid here. At the table I was a bit reluctant to play 3X and bid 4 which resulted in a major game that my partner made. I'm commenting here because, well ...
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