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Selena Pepić
Selena Pepić
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Member Since
Sept. 29, 2015
Last Seen
19 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I study Computer Science at ETH in Zurich and I am in love with bridge, discrete mathematics and other parts of theoretical computer science, artificial intelligence, board games and good music. I am currently playing in Serbian junior and women team.

Country
Serbia

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
gold medal from World Youth Open Championship in Opatija 2015 (girls U26) and bronze medal from World University Championship in Lodz 2016
Favorite Conventions
Ekrens, non-serious 3NT
BBO Username
Selena96
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What is 2NT?
Do you double with KJxx KQ xx T9xx or even K of spades being Q of spades? If I double with this, partner bids 2NT and we get doubled I wouldn't feel good, especially since overcalls in two of a minor tend to be more and more sound. I ...
Play Problem 5!D
On some of the above auctions he knows for singleton for sure, on others he can guess and easily see that he is facing end-play. Plus, if partner has two singletons he would probably have opened a hand with 6 spades 5 clubs (some would in favorable open even reverse ...
When do you bid 4!H?
Vulnerability is up there in bidding. It is IMPs.
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: --- T8762 KQT5 K973
The problem was that transfer was to 4 spades.
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: J97 954 AQ98 QT9
So you play bridge with random expert, you didn't discuss this, you would assume you have agreement and bid 1 with this? Or you even discussed this and he said he insists on differentiating between 4 and 5+ spades. The fact is you are facing the problem and ...
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: J97 954 AQ98 QT9
Well I believe if you sit first time across any beginner or world class player you can face the very same problem. Even if you decide to have some agreements, many would still sacrifice this rather than showing exact number of spades.
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: J97 954 AQ98 QT9
I meant 4 spades, changed
How do you play regular rdbl after partner started bidding?
Yes, but then 1 dbl pass 2 pass pass happens and you have some 4 diamonds and you double. What does partner do with 2515, 4513 etc. I mean is the double penalty or it is I am short in hearts might have any four diamonds.
Which carding situation is this?
Ah again. Thank you. Luckily you are always there to point out.
ATB - doubled partial score made
That's actually where I agree. I think 1651 is another thing, maybe even 1642 since you can't describe it that easily in competitive bidding, but when one is vulnerable and bids twosuiter, everyone will take you seriously.
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