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Rosalind Hengeveld
Rosalind Hengeveld
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Member Since
June 20, 2014
Last Seen
9 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Website Editor, Bridge Magazine IMP, Netherlands. 

My last name ‘Hengeveld’ is pronounced [‘ɦɛŋəvɛlt] or as if ‘heng-a-velt’.


Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
National champion, women pairs, 2012
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Delftse Bridge Club; Het Buitenhof
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Malcolm Pryor's bidding problem: KQT52 QJT84 A3 7
I would have overcalled some two-suited overcall – 2 as I play – instead of 1.
Michaels Crazy
I play that (1)-2 or (1)-2 shows five+ hearts and four+ spades (not the other way around), both suits possibly longer. Of course we explain it as such when asked. (Over majors we play traditional Ghestem: (1)-2 5-5+ spades and clubs ...
Patrick Gaudart's bidding problem: AT876 K QT9765 A
3: 5-5+ in the pointed suits.
David Sackett's bidding problem: Q4 J6 AJT84 J954
3: Mixed Raise with ‘enough’ diamonds.
Liam Milne's bidding problem: 4 AQ7 AJ87632 AQ
2NT: six+ diamonds, three hearts, invitational+.
How Not To Fill Out a Convention Card Part 1
When asked about the meaning of 3NT, partner should say ‘undiscussed’ if that is the truth, not what they think it means and especially not gamble a most unusual meaning like ‘25–27’. Likewise, opening an undiscussed 3NT is maybe not a good thing; however, Gambling is probably the most ...
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: J96 KQ KQT5 K842
This must be purely a matter of system – which was not stated. I play 1 as ‘usually five+’ and 1NT at these colors as 15–17 (or a good 14, which this is not), so that leaves 1.
Lars Allard's bidding problem: KT4 T87542 T2 JT
A Weak Jump Shift is usually not a really good suit and partner must learn not to automatically lead their Ax or Kx.
Jim Priebe's bidding problem: 2 T974 A3 KQJT93
Since we forced to game with 3, we set up a forcing pass situation. Partner could have passed if unsure, but didn't. Hence, I pass.
Another 2N-bid
In other words: a voluntary 2NT – directly over opponent's bid – is Good-Bad (Lebensohl-clone), barring a few clear exceptions. An involuntary 2NT, in a forced situation after partner doubled for take-out, and barring a penalty pass, is Scrambling. That is probably the same as what Michael meant.

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