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Yordan Boychev
Yordan Boychev
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Member Since
Jan. 19, 2011
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2 minutes ago
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Bridge Player
about me

Studying econometrics in Tilburg, the Netherlands.


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Jan Sohl, Ullrich Jahr, Joao Faria
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Andy Caranicas's bidding problem: Q AQ6 AQT8432 83
Agree with Richard, however having bid 2, passing 4 is quite clear.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: Q2 K762 AK872 A4
I might have overcalled 1NT last round, but having failed to do so I pass.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: --- A876 AKQ54 AK64
I like 5nt last round, gives up on 7 but at least we will play in the right suit.
Double! A new meaning of an old bid.
Easy double/1 depending which one shows 4 card in spades.
Emily Middleton's bidding problem: T8xxx KQJ9x x Kx
I would have doubled 2 for penalty, this would slow partner down. Edit: Just noticed 2/1 is not GF so double might not have been for penalty.
Beat 3NT!
Richard Granville's bidding problem: A9 KJ42 Q83 A752
Floyd McWilliams's bidding problem: 93 AJ53 A72 JT93
I play double as takeout here (penalty if they didnt jump). So I am forced into passing. However I suspect that partner should have doubled for takeout himself.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: KQJ 32 AJ4 AQJT7
Yes I realized partner bid 2, could easily have QJ10xxx in hearts and out. If he had wanted to play in spades or clubs he could have bid either suit. Opposite the 5422 hand I am not unhappy to defend 2, it will go down more often than ...
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: KQJ 32 AJ4 AQJT7
Dont agree, 2 might easily be a 5-1 fit and if partner has a diamond void and 5 spades they may well balance. Furthermore many people play it as forcing so I dont want to get in their way if they want to bid higher.

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