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Yordan Boychev
Yordan Boychev
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Member Since
Jan. 19, 2011
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Studying econometrics in Tilburg, the Netherlands.


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Jan Sohl, Ullrich Jahr, Joao Faria
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Aaron J Jones's bidding problem: Txxx ATx KJx QTx
1NT, but dont mind 1.
Florian Alter's bidding problem: KJ95 985 AQT76 3
Very close, would happy with pass or 1.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: 4 JT5 KT765 J864
I don't understand how the singleton spade makes it any better. Given my singleton spade, I expect that W will correct to 4 which partner is likely to double. With hearts breaking (and possible heart ruff in dummy) it wouldn't surprise me if they make it.
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: AK84 AKT7 AKJ6 Q
I don't believe partner would bid 2 with 5 small or Jxxxx. Therefore I confirm the queen, worst case would be on hearts 2-2.
Ankur Rathi's bidding problem: A76 K6 K AKJT763
In my world pass denies a stiff spade. (I wouldn't even double with small doubleton and a balanced hand). So a simple calculation shows that if you believe them to have 8 spades for the vulnerable 4 bid, we will suffer a spade ruff at trick 1. And ...
Canapé jump overcalls... really?
I like them, it is more difficult for opponents to double you compared to Raptor and the major is immediately known. Furthermore not being able to make weak jump is not nearly as bad as losing a natural 1NT overcall.
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: 94 K8 Q86543 AK2
Not sure if 2 should be forcing now, could easily be 2461 and min.
Richard Bley's bidding problem: 6 A3 QJT86 KQ874
I am bidding, my hand is not bad and there is no reason why this cant be our hand. Furthermore I don't want to be guessing after 3 P 4 or something similar.
Daniel Jackson's bidding problem: K Q93 AT863 A983
I would have rebid 1NT instead of 2
Barry Dehlin's lead problem: A975432 7 86 732
Did I really pass over 1?

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