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Paul Grünke
Paul Grünke
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Member Since
April 10, 2012
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Unfortunately an Ex-Junior by now.

Played in many international tournaments for Germany and won one European University Pairs Championship with Vemund Vikjord.


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When Computers Deal Like We Used To
I thought leading the King from AK, if you have singleton in a side suit would be considered standard. Leading clubs seems fine, but I would therefore choose the K to avoid disambuigty about the holding.
Paul Grünke's bidding problem: K83 5 QJ7 AQT975
Which opener hands should bid 4 on this auction?
Paul Grünke's lead problem: K9 KT53 854 QJ42
Partner will almost always have four hearts, sometimes 5. I would have bid 4, if RHO had passed, but I thought that, 3 X would on on average result in a better MP score. With the opponents bidding to the 3-level with what seems to be 16 points ...
Paul Grünke's lead problem: K9 KT53 854 QJ42
The first double was takeout, the second one just showed points.
Dahl and Oshlag Lead Silodor Pairs
You are right. But so is the article.
To tank or not to tank
Action double would make sense here if 2 would be non-forcing, constructive. With the 2-bidder not being limited in any way, an action double does not work and and I think 4X should be the contract.
Lauritz Streck's bidding problem: QJT 8643 75 9753
Partner might have some extra offence and double. Then I would bid 5.
ATB : missed slam and let opponents in a winning game
I do not like the 2-bid at all. But I dont think passing over 4 can be a good a decision by West.
Play this slam
This line will work in many other layouts as well when ruffing the 3rd low wins. If you want to play on the it seems to me, that ruffing the high is the better play, because in the 4-2-case, it is more likely that the 10 is ...
David Cole's bidding problem: 9 AJ9432 A643 82
I can not understand how passing can be right here. Three players already believe 1 is not making and there is really not much in my hand that suggests otherwise. I think 1 + XX is slightly better than 1NT + XX, because this way, we could also play 1NT ...

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