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Nikos Delimpaltadakis
Nikos Delimpaltadakis
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Oct. 21, 2010
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slip of the tongue ?
This is the "nearly never case". Especially when he shouted "ACE" , this definitely meant he was not sleeping, he was aware that the Q appeared and he had every intention to cover it. Saying the Jack after the Ace was exactly this, a slip of the tongue during the correction.
Defense Against a Trump Coup
Capitalising the title wasn't the wisest choice today!
Nikos Delimpaltadakis's bidding problem: Jxx AKxx xx J9xx
Thanks for your answers. Since the hand occurred in the recent games, we had the chance to ask some world class experts. Here are their answers: Duboin: 2 Quantin: I have more, but can't say anything else than 2. Versace: I personally have convention for this position ...
Nikos Delimpaltadakis's bidding problem: 87xxxx Kx x K87x
There is no explicit discussion but 1S tends to show 5 cards, so i guess Axx spades would have bid spades at some point.
Open Wroclaw Discussion Thread
I heard that USA team didn't have time to recover from jet lag, after missing 1-2 flights due to weather and security measures in Warsaw airport.
It's a pity to initiate discussion in such a serious issue with a "yes" or "no" answer, moreover when even the poll question is kind of misleading: "Should the WBF continue to try getting bridge accepted as an Olympic sport?" Bridge is already accepted as an Olympic sport, is ...
Nikos Delimpaltadakis's bidding problem: 9 J75 T73 AJ9854
What is equality on this hand?
The revoke protected the offender from miss-guessing the correct discards. Even if there was not a legitimate squeeze, that would be enough to award 13 tricks to declarer. A person that broke one of the most fundamental rules of bridge cannot be benefited from the offence. Even the fact that ...
Dimosthenis Dionyssopoulos's bidding problem: Q2 Q9862 T974 95
Bidding 1 is pointless. Case 1: Your partner doesn't have fit. You lost your chance to show a weak hand with fit, which is exactly what you have, and you left plenty of bidding space to the opponents, including the 2 cue option. Case 2 ...
Nikos Delimpaltadakis's bidding problem: AQJTxx x Qx KJxx
I see a lot of hate towards the 3 bid. I bid 3 and I will just leave 2 facts here: 1) Do you have in mind that a vulnerable game with a bit less than 40% chance to make is a good game to bid? 2) Do ...

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