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Serge de Muller
Serge de Muller
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Member Since
March 17, 2011
Last Seen
Jan. 21
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

full time player and ACBL certified teacher



Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Jean René Vernes, Bridge Moderne de la Défense, Paris 1966
Bridge Accomplishments
represented Argentina in World Mind Sport Games Beijing 2008
Regular Bridge Partners
available and looking for
Member of Bridge Club(s)
San Diego Adventures in Bridge
Favorite Tournaments
USA National, WBF and European Open
Favorite Conventions
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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Your preferred inverted raise style opposite an unbalanced 1!D opening
a Major bridge discussion since 50 years ? Italians have a great bidding which basically starts 1 diamond opening partner 2 clubs asking and opener gives his shapes and strengh, someone can give more information about that Italian bidding ?
Chris Gibson's bidding problem: QJ7542 7 K54 KQ2
3 spades looks ok someneone has something better ?
ATB - aggressive slam bidding
after 4 clubs bid a splinter ok opener sign off with 4 spades ok pass looks ok
Ulf Nilsson's bidding problem: Q84 6 AQJT9753 A
let's start with X thus alerting partner of my big hand
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: x KJxx JTxx Kxxx
yes but the hand qualifies to bid over 4 spades 8hcp is a FREE BID now after pass everbody is confused what should I do ? no reply
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: A QTxx AKQxxx Ax
you mean a big hand like 3-0-5-5 ... first X could be it is a big hand maybe a slam is in sight but no 2nd X NO better 4NT
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: A QTxx AKQxxx Ax
big hands beginns with X and has a X follow up and this means confirming spades shortness
Iinteresting hand in the Bolivarian Championships
tough analyzing too much is misleading ... a good feeling makes the day
Leo Lasota's bidding problem: 7 QJT65 AT5 KQT5
yes could be depend if opponent are good or weak
Leo Lasota's bidding problem: 7 QJT65 AT5 KQT5
yes ok but we gamble when we think we have the power to do so, we cannot gamble with any hand ... bridge is a statistical game and we use it to bid, yes on a good day 4 heart makes but that cost you many overbidded hands ... up to you

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