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Zahari Zahariev
Zahari Zahariev
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Member Since
Sept. 25, 2015
Last Seen
Dec. 6, 2019
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Professional player, teacher and mentor.


Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Former Bulgarian national, bronze medalist from 6th European (Ostende)
Regular Bridge Partners
Angel Vanchev; Netsy Sayer
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Bridge Plus
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Zahari Zahariev's bidding problem: 4 AK AQ862 AQJ73
I'm sorry - here S/T means Slam Try indeed.
European Open Championships 2019
Anyway, visiting or not OEC (in case of replacing Croatia with Turkey) is a private decision of every player. I just wanted to share a personal experience. See you there, no matter where it will be :)
European Open Championships 2019
Nedju, as a bridge player visiting Turkey every year (for playing bridge, of course) I can confirm that situation in Turkey is not a problem for bridge events at all. Don't forget Antalya OEC in 2017, which was a great one from each point of view - as venue, accommodation ...
Winston Chang's bidding problem: Q986 KJT86 A5 AT
4 (FG with own suit ). But if you insist, you may switch 3 and 4. Once you play Ghestem, there are mandatory agreements that you have to set.
Antonio Cocco's bidding problem: AQT93 Q865 754 9
23+ doesn't come very often but it seems that we have one here. Leave 2NT available for partner and you can investigate 6/7 //NT,
Winston Chang's bidding problem: Q986 KJT86 A5 AT
Assuming that 2NT means +, I would start with 3 to support hearts (3 would support clubs). Then 5 over 5 and eventually a double if they decide to compete 6...
Jenish Shah's bidding problem: KQ2 A86 K7 QT742
I would bid 2 over 1. I don't like the suit and I hate the distribution as well, but you can't win the hand by leaving them to play 2, even if East has only two cards support. Give partner a regular 10xx, Qx, Q10xx ...
Avon Wilsmore's lead problem: T72 T754 754 T73
It's a lottery.
Kursat Ozsahin's bidding problem: A987 T654 QJ65 K
Nice convention. Be ready to meet the same opening somewhere in the end of 2029.
Andrew Yeckel's bidding problem: 53 A AKQ2 AKQ852
4NT, followed by 6CL, whatever partner says. I would like to give a chance to the grand.
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