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Tomaz Adamic
Tomaz Adamic
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Member Since
Aug. 21, 2013
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10 hours ago
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Bridge Player
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Slovenia

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Lakotnik
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1!H-2!S/2NT inversion
We use 1-2 as modified Jacoby and 1-2NT as 53xx GF hand
1H-1NT = 5+ spades (Kaplan Interchange)
after 1♥ - 1NT 2♣ = Gazzilli 2♦ = natural 2♥ = 6+♥, 14-16 (we open 2M 10-13) 2♠ = 3+♠, 11-13 2NT = 3+♠,17+ 3m = 5♥5m, 14-16 ➤ 3M = NF; 4m = fit, GF; 3NT/4M = TP; other = M fit, cue 3♠ = 3+♠, 14-16 4♣♦ = splinter Let me know if you are interested for more ...
1C (1H) X = 4+spades
We play "system on" after 1 - (1/), except for dbl, which is transfer. In our system 1NT would show 14-16 balanced with lack of a M stopper or GF hand with clubs
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: T AQJ4 AKQ KJ865
It depends on the agreement how aggressive 2 can be in this situation ...
What does 3!S mean?
Could pass over 2 not have been a "trap pass" ?
Migrating to 1NT semi forcing
http://freeweb.t-2.net/Oneoff/n2c.html
Emanuel Evacic's bidding problem: KJT62 73 K9 AKJ7
We play, that double here only shows 2 diamonds at most ...
Good Three Card Spade Raise After 1!H Opening When Playing Gazzilli
We play Gazzilli in combination with Kaplan Interchange.
Spiral Raises
http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/dutch-spiral/
Crunch Time
Apologies if I missed such iniciative, but does this situation not call for the pro community, to organise in some kind of an union? Then you could give guidelines to all others and those guidelines could not be ignored by event organizers. As for Sabine's stand point - I think ...
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