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Louk Verhees
Louk Verhees
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 12, 2010
Last Seen
July 28
Member Type
Bridge Pro

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
winning european open championship and more so winning Bermuda Bowl on homesoil
Bridge Accomplishments
EUropean champ, 2nd Team Olympiad Istanbul, Spingold winners 2009, Winner Bermuda bowl 2011, 2nd 2012 Eurpean championship
Regular Bridge Partners
Ricco van Prooijen (Jan Jansma)
Favorite Tournaments
All nationals, Naples regional, and of course championships
Favorite Conventions
transfer lebensohl
ACBL Ranking
None
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Louk Verhees's bidding problem: QT9 A986543 --- 653
Anyway on the actual board 40% picks up 9 imps, 60% loses 12 imps
Louk Verhees's bidding problem: QT9 A986543 --- 653
Partner is know to have values because: you have 6hcp, preempter 2-8, 4D-bidder not likely to have 18(15 at most): so partner must have values
Louk Verhees's bidding problem: QT9 A986543 --- 653
Is not that likely they have a solid diamond fit together. They tend to bid differently. i am pretty sure you can expect partner to have (some) diamond values
Louk Verhees's bidding problem: QT9 A986543 --- 653
I might be getting too old to bid
Louk Verhees's bidding problem: QT9 A986543 --- 653
On this hand your partner is known to have values. Yes i am thinking about bidding, but i wouldnt. Actual result on the board not important, but i will share with you later. Btw most black suit cards will be wrongly placed too (usually). Note: i am NOT saying i ...
Louk Verhees's bidding problem: QT9 A986543 --- 653
True Jack, but here you can safely assume partner doesnt have a strong nt or something. We give him KJxx/Qx/Kxx/Axxx. This is not a bad hand. Right?! You are between down 1/2. And they are not sure to make 4♦️. Ofc we can give partner a ...
Louk Verhees's bidding problem: QT9 A986543 --- 653
Sorry ; just noticed i missed a word :-( (or 2). Opponents are world class players and like aggressive preempts:-)
Just saw this on the Neapolitan Club website.
Maybe i should consider a career in the movie-business, since i am so prominently present in the video
Louk Verhees's bidding problem: AT7 432 Q843 KJ8
For sure also a valid point and true on the current layout :1)
Donald Lurie's bidding problem: T95 T54 JT754 T5
Finally one i understand :-)
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