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Michal Czerwonko
Michal Czerwonko
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Sept. 28, 2015
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ATB - missed grand
I don't get those who find fault with bidding s first. We want to ask key cards with s as trumps, not s. If you bid 3, good luck about finding Q
ATB - missed grand
If you can't distinguish 3+ fit vs. 2 cards, it seems this grand was out of reach
Inference from playing Reverse Flannery
I guess you never get invitational hands
Preemptive in competition
... or if were 4-3 or worse but with both red suits lengths in the same hand
Slam invite - what does it ask for?
When finesses are 100%, the slam or in this case the grand slam is 100%
GNT Final: District 9 vs. District 21
I believe that the player who psyched judged opponents tired and made an auction equivalent to opening 1 in third seat against two LOLs with QTxx,Jxx,xx,Jxxx. He sure judged that the match had not been won yet. It reminds me of a hand my friend faced ...
Slam invite - what does it ask for?
I remember in my salad bridge days when my master q-bidder class considered 4 in 1-3-4 a q-bid agreeing s. We'd likely proceed like that but now infamous Balicki with a lovely choice of words made us aware of being morons
A 'Litmus' test of a Bidding System
The point is when you sacrifice a part of your system to bid well unusual hands, you are a net loser because you have problem bidding more often occurring hands. The idea of having fully artificial first several rounds after 2 opening does not appeal to me not only ...
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: 75 K965 9852 AQ8
In which case 4 should present no problems opposite your hand
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: KJ8 AKxx Ax Axxx
Partner may get stressed when we ponder whether to bid on and misplay the hand
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