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Yordan Boychev
Yordan Boychev
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Member Since
Jan. 19, 2011
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4 minutes 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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Great lead, partner!
Playing 2/4 I like to lead the 10 from 109x, J from J10x etc.
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: KQ98652 --- AJ74 T3
I can understand 1 or 4, but 3 is just ridiculous in my view.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: K87632 --- AKJ9 AK9
For me 4 is a practical bid, aiming to play 4 opposite a normal t/o double. Obviously if you anticipate that partner has a power double, you don't want to preempt the bidding. So 4 will usually have some values. But I strongly disagree that ...
How do we get to the !@#$% NT game?
1 1 2 2N 3 3 All pass
Winston Chang's bidding problem: KQ94 AJT9 64 JT3
I bid 3 last round.
Could we have done more?
Its probably a matter of style, but I would open 1NT as North. At the table it went 1N 2S and we ended in 3NT when partner decided to ask for stopper and not show his club suit. But then again they lead a spade so we scored up +630.
Art Korth's bidding problem: Q32 AQ42 K9 K642
Putting too many different raises in a single bid makes this method incredibly vulnerable to preemption and make it very hard to sort out afterwards. In this case this clearly puts us in a position of disadvantage and we have essentially a guess whether to bid 6 or not. I ...
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: 64 AK7642 Q7 A32
Partner might be able to double this for penalty. If he bids something different I bid 3
Sathya Bettadapura's bidding problem: KQ974 A2 4 QJ983
I dont believe South would ever double with 4 card support
Avon Wilsmore's bidding problem: K J8743 J KQJT82
Did I really pass in 3rd seat?

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