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Kostas Vovos
Kostas Vovos
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Nov. 8, 2012
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Liam Milne's bidding problem: QJ862 83 K AKT85
You bid 3clubs so you get p's opinion on the matter and he said 3spades is high enough so now you should respect his choice
Fanning the Flames of False Claims
I agree with you but unfortunately he didn't say they are all winners. Maybe this guy really didn't remember or maybe he thought that the only thing to be done is the finesse and that it is self-explanatory. Unfortunately it's the director's job to find out ...
Fanning the Flames of False Claims
This is what the European federation stated about the new rules and about the claim. European director seminar 2017. I too have concerns about this and this approach can only work in high level bridge and not some random day tournament. But I don't think it's unreasonable to ...
Fanning the Flames of False Claims
This is what I am saying, as a director you always make him play what you think he would. If it is an open tournament he always finesses no matter what and let him cry afterwards about the bare K offside.
Fanning the Flames of False Claims
This is the European decision for this matter. You can count on someone having miscounted but you can't make him miscount in the future so you must assume he knows where one has 1 the other has 5
Fanning the Flames of False Claims
In a recent director's seminar there was a hand where with 7 cards remaining dummy had xx AJ10xx and declarer AKQJx Kx respectively. The declarer claimed but the suit was breaking 5-1. The decision you were supposed to take is that after he sees the 5-1 break he will ...
Gregory Nowak's bidding problem: 8742 K74 86 AKT4
Actually if my pd is bidding seriously i would want to be in 6clubs. I find splintering with this hand a serious overbid
Daniel Jackson's bidding problem: QJxx x Axx Axxxx
Double by us in a non-forcing sequence asks partner to bid with no defence or stay with 1-1.5 trick
Giovanni Bobbio's bidding problem: 9 AKQ4 K754 QT63
Imo in mp's 2C is better because more often than not my p with 5 spades bids 2S after 1NT, in teams thought it's a totally different story
Kostas Vovos's bidding problem: Q3 K954 9843 AK5
Actually on the table p bidded wrongly but i tried it on a simulation and pass won 75% of time while 4H won nearly 20%.

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