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

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Brilliant bid by Polish youngster
With the second hand he'd bid 5.
Could this happen in top-level bridge...?
Bridge is more difficult and more complex.
Brilliant bid by Polish youngster
I agree wholeheartedly. I hope my partner would interpret correctly 5 - but at serious competition I'd not risk misunderstanding. I knew what cards had North - and still it took me some 15 minutes to construct the meaning. Dangerous bid - but in my opinion brilliant.
Brilliant bid by Polish youngster
It may not: he would start wiht 4
Brilliant bid by Polish youngster
OK, why not 4 after 2? I haven't talked with Patreuha brothers but I think Patryk wanted to hear continuation 4-4-4. And only then, when responder: 1) made a step forward 2) had a cue bid 3) didn't have cue bid ...
Brilliant bid by Polish youngster
Exactly. 4 would be overbidding - because when North doesn't have control the slam usually won't be good. It's South who knows more and it's South who is the leader at this board. North has too little information to make decisions.
Brilliant bid by Polish youngster
Slam is not good. I'd like to stop in 5. But I come to praise Jakub, not to bury Patryk.
Brilliant bid by Polish youngster
Bingo! "Maybe Q is what partner was looking for?". A52 AJ42 K4 Q863 Of course maximum hand - after 4 sad pass with no extra. After he denied club control - he could safely show the queen. Good bridge by Jakub Patreuha.
Brilliant bid by Polish youngster
No fake cue bids. Legit bidding.
Brilliant bid by Polish youngster
Why 5 and not, for example, 5?
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