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Piotr Krajewski
Piotr Krajewski
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Aug. 7, 2013
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Aug. 2
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Piotr Krajewski's bidding problem: KT9432 3 6 AQ874
11 black cards do not guarantee a singleton in hearts. It could be 0 and 2...
Credential committee´s decision
Why you think they should withdraw? Do you know something we don't know? What is really going on?
Fantoni/Nunes videos edited
Excellent! Many thanks!
Piotr Krajewski's bidding problem: KT9432 3 6 AQ874
No more votes? So you can see the full board: http://warsbrydz.pl/GPW/GPW2015/wyniki/ktp4gpp030.html You can also evaluate your bidding in terms of matchpoints in one of the biggest polish tournaments. The winning bid was 4, showing a singleton. I just wanted to see how ...
Dramatic last board from Cayne-Schwartz match.
To my knowledge, 2 showed solid clubs and a spade stopper.
Piotr Krajewski's bidding problem: KQJxxx xxx x Kxx
We have enough votes already. So, I can disclose what was the meaning of 5 bid. It was a lead director with spade fit, but showing exactly the ace! Not obvious, but reasonable. Long diamonds? Maybe... KQ or KJ in diamonds? What for? They already showed two suits. One ...
Danny Sprung's bidding problem: AKT983 A A QT98x
Another comment for those who voted for a DBL. The most probable auction is DBL-(pas)-2-(pas)-?. Are we wiser know? I don't think so.
In Polish Club how often is a weak NT hand successfully penalized?
I agree. Your question asks exactly what we would like to know. However, it is very hard to answer it scientifically. We need much of experimental material to compare 1 versus weak NT outcomes. I can't say nothing firm, since in Poland people play weak NT very sparsely ...
In Polish Club how often is a weak NT hand successfully penalized?
There is a misunderstanding here. 1-1NT shows 5+/4M (not 4).
Piotr Krajewski's bidding problem: KQJxxx xxx x Kxx
What do you think could 5 mean?
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