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Willem Jan Maas
Willem Jan Maas
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 3, 2016
Last Seen
April 26
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning the European mixed pairs championship in 2002
Bridge Accomplishments
EC mixed in 2002
Regular Bridge Partners
Hedwig van Glabbeek
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Gehaktmolen, Buitenhof
Favorite Tournaments
MK pairs
ACBL Ranking
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Winning notrump leads by David Bird & Taf Anthias - your opinion?
There have been a lot of computer simulations that support the book and suggest that conventional wisdom (4th best longest and strongest) is wrong more frequently than right. As for the idea that you should alert if you follow this book, in my (admittedly humble) opinion, that is full disclosure ...
Ronald Kalf's bidding problem: A7 Q6 7642 AQJT7
Really??? 3 a slam try if you don't the denomination yet? Hopeless method!
Game Tries after Potential Three Card Raise of Major Response
After 40+ years at the bridge table I have come to the conclusion that scientific game bidding is a waste of time. First, you are often giving too much information to the opponents and second even if your mechanism copes nicely with a given situation. you could be surprised by ...
PASKE Wins Mixed BAM
Mooi Veri.
Use of Bridgemate Software in Mac OS environment
I run Parallels and it works fine, and yes, you have to make sure that the USB port is "owned" by Windows.
I realize that mine will not be a popular point of view, but I prefer non serious since if someone forgets it will not necessarily be disastrous.
Ronald Kalf's bidding problem: AQ84 98 AT3 Q962
You are simply not strong enough to double now.
Bas Van Der Hoek's bidding problem: A854 KQJ3 AQ843 ---
How could this possibly make? Partner does NOT have short spades and many diamonds.
Bas Van Der Hoek's bidding problem: KQJT65 76 --- AK754
Since there is a minimum hand for partner to have that makes slam virtually on ice (e.g., -AxxxxxAJxQxxx), and don't tell me that partner would or even should support clubs earlier with that hand, we owe partner one more slam try.4, albeit the ...
Ronald Kalf's bidding problem: --- Jxx Jxxxx QJTxx
There are only two reasons for me not to bid 2. First, if I, misguidedly, play that as conventional, second, if the partnership desk is about to close, for I shall be needing a new partner. Partner obviously has spades and thus is nuts to make any call if ...

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