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

Studying econometrics in Tilburg, the Netherlands.

Country
Bulgaria

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Jan Sohl, Ullrich Jahr, Joao Faria
Favorite Conventions
Stayman
BBO Username
the_clown
ACBL Ranking
None
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Why youth players are aggressive bidders
In the Dutch open championship, one pair went 8 down in 3 doubled for -2000. That was still good enough to win some IMPS when teammates bid and made 7NT.
Emily Middleton's bidding problem: AKT643 A9 --- QJ963
Partner can bid 4 to show club control, no need to go past 4.
Emily Middleton's bidding problem: AKT643 A9 --- QJ963
Pass, partner clearly denies club control.
Pete Marvin's lead problem: J7432 J75 982 96
Depends whether you agreed to lead high or low from small doubleton.
Tom Allan's bidding problem: KJ7 J97 Q AKQT43
A great example why double must be extras and not penalty.
Adam Meyerson's bidding problem: J52 AKQ8 A76 KQ2
the only way this makes sense is that partner has 7 or 8 hearts to the jack and some side card. If he has 0643 or similar he would be 4NT as Richard suggested.
Ronan Valentine's bidding problem: QJ654x AQ3 AJ3 7
Pass or 3NT depending on who my opponents are.
Paul D East's bidding problem: AQT73 AQT82 8 K3
Let's hope they will not double us.
Jenish Shah's lead problem: 85 A865 94 T9752
I would lead a low heart at IMPS, at MP I feel it is too speculative and might easily blow a trick.
Can you get to the best spot?
I would get to 3NT from South. 2S (9-12 6+ cards) -3NT
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