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Timuçin (Timo) Erkoç
Timuçin (Timo) Erkoç
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July 29, 2010
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Genius has its own limitations, however stupidity has no such boundaries!

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Adana Bridge Club, Adana Slam Bridge Club
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MrAce
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Interesting Board #3 of final 8 teams 1st segment.
Thank you Kurt.
Yusuf Sohtorik's bidding problem: --- AQT8 T96543 AQ9
Yeah, and pd knows 1 minor openings are lead directors!
First rule of signaling
No After all declarer may hold the hand I constructed, besides winning the A and giving pd a ruff does not cost anything as long as you do not waste your spots while doing that.
Interesting Board #3 of final 8 teams 1st segment.
Thank you Eric.
First rule of signaling
Open the hand in BBO, click "options" underneath it and then click "Export Deal" and then click "Handviewer link". Copy that link (right click with your mouse over it and click "copy"). In the article that you create in BW, click on "insert a hand". At the bottom there is ...
First rule of signaling
I do not know the auction but perhaps they (those who played high ) played declarer for something like T4 K98432 Q AKQx
What does this 4NT bid mean?
[b]5m+4M; transfer to the minor then bid the major[/b] LOL
What does this 4NT bid mean?
4 NT is natural, 4 over 3 shows slam hand in spades.
Oh yeah! It started and growing!
[b]I believe that the reason Bridge is considered to be more useful than chess for staving off mental illness is because of the social aspect. Take away that and you just end up with a bunch of nutters obsessed about slams; oh, wait a minute...[/b] Ian, do us ...
David Corn's bidding problem: K732 KQ87 AQJT9 ---
Abstained because 2 would not be my choice previous round.
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