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Martin Wuest
Martin Wuest
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 7, 2010
Last Seen
3 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
3 National Championships: 2019 German Cup, 2018 Premier League (Bundesliga), 2009 German Cup. 3rd place German Teams Championship 2018, 2nd place Premier League 2016, 3rd Place Premier 2015, 3rd Place German Teams Championship 2016, 3rd Place Open Pairs Championship 2012
Regular Bridge Partners
Vitaliy Khanukov (BBO-username: vkhan11 ), Peter Freche, BBO- unsername: pfreche, Matthias Felmy (BBO-username: Game over)
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Koeln-Lindenthal, Troisdorf
Favorite Tournaments
Chairman´s Cup (Sweden), German Trophy
Favorite Conventions
Kickback Turbo, Gazzilli, Double Pass Inversion, 2-way-checkback
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Neapolitan cue-bidding in a Turbo-like context: an instructive deal
With that hand you bid 4 last train. The T-1 cuebid is always ambiguous and both pd know it. When pd has further interest he can aak for KC with 4 otherwise, he signs off with 4
Neapolitan cue-bidding in a Turbo-like context: an instructive deal
@Ian: we have a set of rules, who can ask for or only show KC. This works pretty fine. In the actual sequence, I think the meaning of 4 is totally obvious: Without a spade control, you sign off, because you know that both partners dont control spades. And ...
Neapolitan cue-bidding in a Turbo-like context: an instructive deal
Playing Kickback Turbo, we would,bid this in a Precision frame:: 1 - 1 (8-11, iess than 5) 2 (5+ hearts) 3 (4 card support) 3N (unserious, no spade control) 4 (club control AND spade control) 4! S asking for KC , Kickback) - 5 (1KC ...
Ogust Followup (with your cards!)
Well, if you can ask for it, you are more flexible, which can only be an advantage :-)
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: 6 AKQ2 J76 A8765
Sometimes natural bidding sucks. ;-) This hand is much too strong for a 1N 12-14 rebid, besides having the wrong distribution. 2 doesnt describe my hand either. Chose your poison. Playing Precision I could have opened 1, rebid 2 (normallly showing 9 cards in the minors), and after ...
Mike Cassel's bidding problem: K2 AKT762 Q4 KQ3
Double is obvious and flexible. It it Takeout, shows extras, tolerance for diamonds, and gives pd a lot of room to describe his hand.
Ogust Followup (with your cards!)
BTW: Ogust is a very bad convention.....It is MUCH better to have bids to be able to ask for shortness or for tolerance for the other major.
Richard Traxler's bidding problem: AT83 A7 Tx AJ652
Easy structure after 1N (2) X: Pass: I want to play 2 doubled XX: Bid your major pls 2//: This is what I want to play, I dont care what you have So East bid reasonably (I think we see the East hand). West should ...
Precision 1D Followups
We play after 1 (2+ , 10-15 HCP) - 2 (NAT, no 4 card M, F1) 2 NAT, 5+ , may have a 4card M 2: 11-13 BAL, 2 or 3 2 4 card support and shortness in a major 2N: exactly 4441 distritbution, MIN ...
Multiple Errors
Doubling 3 is insane. You have a chance to go Plus after the deliberate 3 bid (I dont see a chance to go Plus before), so go for it. I wouldnt have Xed 1 but bid 1N. I wouldnt have balanced after 1 pass pass. Partner ...

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