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

I study Computer Science in Novi Sad and I am in love with Bridge, Graph Theory, 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
Regular Bridge Partners
Stefan Velja, Olga Simić, Boris Altman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
NSBK
Favorite Conventions
Ekrens, non-serious 3NT
BBO Username
Selena96
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Selena Pepić's bidding problem: JT98762 A 8 Q764
Well some went down and when I said headache I was more thinking about bid over 4 in pass out position.
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: JT98762 A 8 Q764
It is, 4 was opening bid that brought headache to opponents.
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: QT8 Q73 K62 Q982
We do play 2 in other minor as 8-11hcp and 3-card support but not after double. Do you think it should be the same after double?
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: QT8 Q73 K62 Q982
My options would not be good raise or pass, but 2 and 1NT.
Bridge= Math?
Remembering tricks, 13 is far less than 52
Really bad or not 2?
Edited, thanks.
Really bad or not
We also play Multi-Landy but I found it easier to write it this way because it doesn't really matter if the bid is 2 or 2.
Really bad or not
I know that most of the people will pass, I just wanted to show my partner that mostly people don't even consider bidding 2.
Really bad or not
I couldn't agree more.
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: QJ984 KJT65 54 9
I agree with you. Let's say that my partner's style is with a two-suiter bid two-suiter but as I said, I suppose that points can't be distributed worse than in a hand you mentioned above.
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