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Niko Roemer
Niko Roemer
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Member Since
Sept. 30, 2011
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Member of Bridge Club(s)
BC Troisdorf, BC Kultcamp Rieneck, Acol BC München, BC München
BBO Username
Niko Roe
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Jim Munday's bidding problem: T8 9864 Q94 KT42
I don't think it can be a light opener, considering I look at 5 pts and both opponents have passed… Still there are enough options left, not sure if one Option is suggested over the other by the slow opening.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: AQ976 Q9842 53 A
I don't think 3 Shows hearts though. I would assume: 3 = competitive Dbl = Penalty 3 = spade invite
Playing for an overtrick at imps (part 2, read part 1 first)
Am i missing something? Why can't west have Jxxx of hearts and east have the K of spades and I need the Finesse for the contract?
Mark Kaptein's bidding problem: A94 AK7 Q432 AK8
I'll pass 4. I have already shown a good Hand with 3 Card support and have nothing more to show after last train. I certainly don't have a source for more tricks myself...
ATB .. partner opened 3S, what spade support is needed to bid 3NT?
No matter what the agreements, the technically correct card always has priortiy. And this hands shows why it is necessary to lead the small diamond. You need help in diamonds anyway and opponents' diamond values are expected with declarer, not dummy.
Your call--ethical bidding problem
It might be clear that the wheels have come off even without the UI, but without the UI you'd have no way to know at which point in the bidding. Since the UI suggests bidding on, I think you have to pass here.
Alec Fettes's bidding problem: --- AQ A9764 AJ9532
For me, 4NT would be RKC for hearts.
Paul Grünke's bidding problem: AJ973 KJ8 95 762
2NT is scrambling, not to play.
Florian Alter's bidding problem: 864 A3 QJ93 Q752
2 and pass 2. Not even close for me.
Lauritz Streck's bidding problem: AKQ87643 4 Q5 J4
Agree. I don't want to hear (3)-4-(5)-X-(p)-? to me and be guessing. I'd rather have partner decide after (3)-3-(4)-p/X-(p)-4-(5)-? when he has a reasonable idea what I hold.

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