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Nuno Miguel Marques Sousa
Nuno Miguel Marques Sousa
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Member Since
March 6, 2016
Last Seen
12 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Professor at a distance learning university. Researcher on physics and operations research.


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Partner complaining my double was made on nothing. I had "only" 21 H. Runner-up: telling partner "please try not to open a weak 2 on a suit opps have a slam"
Bridge Accomplishments
National B-series teams champion 2016, National cup winner 2012, National junior team member 1996.
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Niels HornekæR's bidding problem: 74 AKJ6 KJ95 J92
well doh it's a fact that all bidding systems revolve like 99% around showing shape and strenght
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: K5 AJ52 AQ T8654
I have a min, so I bid 4.
Martin Lindfors's lead problem: J4 K9754 K3 K542
If pard opens in 3rd seat aggressively but didn't this time, it means he probably has scattered honors and a heart should find something across
Steve Weinstein's bidding problem: AQ T8643 AKT5 Q6
Indeed. Not easy, but 3 seems to be the fittest.
Greg Humphreys's bidding problem: JT3 AK6 AKQ8653 ---
Lacking methods to show the hand, I think I'll try 5. The 2/3 psyches did cross my mind lol
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: JTxxx x Ax AJxxx
4NT. i have the feeling the heart sing is key
Liam Milne's bidding problem: J K643 K8 AKQ843
this might get messy.. I'll just try 6 to kiss
Niels HornekæR's bidding problem: 74 AKJ6 KJ95 J92
Richard: it's textbook because balanced 12-14 hands simply rebid 2NT on this auction. Shape and strength come before location of high cards, stoppers and all other considerations. Evading systemic bids bring other types of problems. I prefer to just bid 2NT and suck it of opps cash 5 spades.
Ercan Cem's bidding problem: K9 AK32 AQJ92 32
because it may depend on agreements.. some people play that 3 is still a 5-4, with concentrated honors. with 5-6 those players start with 1 and pretend they have a 5-5
Joshua Donn's bidding problem: KT765 A T AKJ954
4 + pull 4 to 4 should get the message across
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