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Tomasz Radko
Tomasz Radko
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Member Since
Sept. 1, 2015
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Poland

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Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: QJ94 AQ8 AK87 QJ
2!NT. If partner has four spades there is a way to find a fit in my hand.
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: KQ J KJ9762 AQ32
2. If partner gives 2, easy 3. If he passes 2, he has 0-1 which makes my hand MUCH uglier than it seems.
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: A4 5432 AQ65 752
Easy double for me. Values, no 4+.
Başak Ikizkaya's bidding problem: A9653 A AJ7 AK84
2 was forced. If I go now via 3, I'll never know how strong is partner. Therefore I'd prefer to double now, show clubs support - this will include partner into decision process.
Nikolay Yaninski's bidding problem: --- AJT9654 AJ9643 ---
I like this joker from East :) My kind of bid. Oh, U-21? It explains a lot :)
Başak Ikizkaya's bidding problem: A9653 A AJ7 AK84
Easy 4. Forcing.
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: A7 AQT62 653 K72
In Poland this IS non-forcing. One of the main characteristics of Polish bidding style.
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: K9 K643 AKQ65 A5
Another double - takeout, more strength. Partner could have xxxx,xxxx,xx,xxx - let him sweat a little longer.
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: KQx Jx Txxxx KQx
Even hesitation would be an overbid.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: T AQ5 AT8 AKJ984
I play support double so x is out for me. I think we belong in 3NT, but why shouldn't I try to find out if clubs aren't better? Slam is close. I don't think 3 is forcing, which leaves me 3.
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