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Nikolas Bausback
Nikolas Bausback
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 26, 2010
Last Seen
April 18
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me
  • teaching (in the Frankfurt/Main(ger) area)
  • organizing (bridge holidays in Switzerland)
  • administrating (president of the LandesbridgeverbandHessen)
  • photographing (on all event I attend and more, pictures found at my website www.bausback.org)
  • playing (paid or for fun)
Country
Germany

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
watching my wife becoming vice world champion in Estoril and Shanghai; ________________________________________winning european championship for small federations (playing for luxembourg)
Bridge Accomplishments
coach of German ladies team 2005-2012; captain of German seniors team 2018
Regular Bridge Partners
Anja Alberti, Curt Källström,
Member of Bridge Club(s)
in Germany, Switzerland
Favorite Tournaments
Loiben, Iceland, Bermuda, Madeira, NZ national congress, Swedish bridge festival Örebro,
Favorite Conventions
transfer walsh
BBO Username
Salokin; CHTH0NIC; FUNBRIDGE: CHTHONIK
ACBL Ranking
None
Copy of Bobby Levin - Steve Weinstein
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Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: AK9 AQT874 --- KQJ6
As Jyri says, with three possible strains it pays out to start low. But maybe you do not have a semiforcing opening bid.
Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: 7 9842 KQJ AJ942
I one have an agreemant then I guess most would open 1D (44 1D 33 1C) atleast this ist in Germany France and Switzerland standard.
Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: KQ A86 AJ52 KJ82
Then Think that your 1N opening ist 14-16 :-)
English-German translations
or overcaller = Gegenreizer
Barry Rigal's bidding problem: AQJ4 86 75 AK642
This depends much on what double promises. In my book D promise 44 in MM (I think it is "unplayable" to play D hier as 4/3 MM ;-) When D shows 44 MM then, in modern bridge 1 promise only 3-c fit. 2 is the normal BAL raise ...
Curious Hand
I think also that S should bid 2. My reason is that with 3-c and 2-c N might also ask for the better M liking a 5/2 fit better than a 43 fit.
Waltraud Gruening's bidding problem: K8 KT9642 J9 K63
I would also have shown my suit before in a NF way. Now X might have worked out nicely, they seem not to have a fit as LHO might have 22 in the minors. Then I think Pd will X with his 5143 hand. if LHO has 33 in ...
Montecatini restaurant recommendations?
The best in my opinion is: Montaccolle https://www.tripadvisor.de/Restaurant_Review-g194830-d3381931-Reviews-Montaccolle-Montecatini_Terme_Province_of_Pistoia_Tuscany.html You have exquisite cooking and a nice view. But you need a car
Elke Weber's bidding problem: A92 KQT864 A73 9
4 if this is showing a shortage
Elke Weber's bidding problem: KQ87 2 AKJ AT964
As I think 2 should be "nat" showing just this shape. Pds 2N should be forward going. he could pass or retreat to a suit if he has a weak hand. So pd should have some filler in and H109.. or alike in to make an INV ...
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