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Péter Talyigás
Péter Talyigás
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Basic Information

Member Since
Dec. 20, 2012
Last Seen
9 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

My favorite book is "Right through the pack."

I wish I could play more.

I make more mistakes than I can bear.

 

Country
Hungary

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
I remember, once I've found the proper play I should have followed already before "change please" was announced (and I was actually right! I should have played the board that way!)...
Bridge Accomplishments
Once upon a junior national team member; won a few local competitions; 2015 Hungarian crossIMP pairs champ, 2016 Hungarian MP pairs champ, 2016 Hun national team champ - all with Miklós Dumbovich. I composed a few funny deals and published them in the national magazine. It was fun for me.
Favorite Tournaments
Pula
Favorite Conventions
2D as weak2 after RHO opened 1C (is it not a convention? So sorry...)
BBO Username
taliga
ACBL Ranking
None
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Gábor Szőts's bidding problem: 82 K973 KJ7 T762
As far as I know the follow up is liveable. With only 3 clubs the opener will not pass 2 dbl but bids rdbl with 44 reds, 2 with 4 and 4 and bids 2 with 44 majors. Since opener might have pass with 4333 ...
An 8 suit squeeze?
oh :) http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/old-puzzle-completed/
An 8 suit squeeze?
http://www.bridgeguys.com/squeeze/octagonal_two_trick_squeeze.html this website and its sources cite (and link) an article from Truscott, January 15., 1989. Truscott mentions Eric Mansfield, who "invented" this kind of multilayered squeeze.
Too many options
Two key cards without the trump queen
Péter Talyigás's bidding problem: 853 J72 AK AJ653
Well, I am not a system geek, I just play this, because everyone around me plays this way: no reason for apologies :)
Péter Talyigás's bidding problem: 853 J72 AK AJ653
Depends on the strength. With invitational hands we jump to 3, which is canapé, in many cases. With game forcing strength we use relay bids, such as check back Stayman, forcing third suit, forth suit to ask the distribution of the partner.
Péter Talyigás's bidding problem: 853 J72 AK AJ653
Unplayable is a bit of strong expression for a method played by many :) The trick is that in our system 2 denies 4 card major.
8xxx to be handled twice
Finally I guessed something right :)
8xxx to be handled twice
Thanks, Kit
Brave-heart
Apparently partner had Ax, Kxx, xx, AKQJ109 Partner only needs to know the state of the diamond controls and when it proves to be first round, he only needs to know about the keycards.
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