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Martín Ignacio Zonca
Martín Ignacio Zonca
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 7, 2013
Last Seen
March 15
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Argentina

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Many good hands, and more bad ones! but the best memory is one night at the Southamerican Youth championship in Punta del Este, Uruguay, back in 96... both argentinian's teams made it to the semifinals securing a spot at Canada's world championship 1997, and we all ended up in the swimmig pool (along brazilian player Diego Brenner). Great memory!
Regular Bridge Partners
Fernando Tiscornia
BBO Username
ZoncaMI
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Lavazza hires Dennis Bilde for Nationals
great to see Agustin and Diego together again, along with Alejandro. Good luck to all my friends!
Didn't you hear me bid spades?
for me that 2H is not reverse. Not even playing SAYC (it would be forcing upto 2NT). It shows 11-18. It would have been a reverse if my partner had answered 1S. I would finesse the Q of clubs at trick one.
Do those medium spots really matter?
I edited my answer because I got it wrong the first time. but my answer does not change. to me, it won't matter. I'll always play low from dummy and take the first trick in my hand (if I can win with the ten you are home). Of ...
Real test
you could go with any of the first two choices, and when E returns a diamonds, you take the first one and ruff the other one, and then play Q of hearts. But my line would be first strip diamonds, and then lead Q of hearts.
Raul Tavares Costa's bidding problem: 76 --- AKT9862 KT76
My vote is 5H. I'm going to play 6. My partner has to have sth in spades. We can even have 7 with nothing from him (A♠ and AQ♣). it s not a sure thing. i know, but that s the problem with competition and preempts
To Stayman or Not to Stayman .... That is the Question
I voted "other". my answer is a combination of two of the possiblities. this is an invitational hand, so I would say 3S over 2S, or 2NT over 2D or 2H.
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