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Aleksis Zalitis
Aleksis Zalitis
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March 17, 2013
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Dec. 9
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A Smartphone App
Our local club uses Doodle for this.
What do you play against multi 2!D?
Quite common in the Baltic states as well
T-Walsh Continuation after a One NT Rebid
Well you should be playing your Checkback structure - Obviouly transfer checkback stayman works
Article about AI vs. Humans
Earlier this years Heads up NL Holdem was beaten by computers. Bots name was Libratus
Avon Wilsmore's bidding problem: AJT6 8 98 KQ8654
Like bidding, dislike 3C
Our Unbalanced Diamond
With the 3=3=2=5 you can fake a 1H response, I suppose. If p raises on 4, it is fine, if p raises on 3, well pass out 2D. As for memory strain - a way to try and remember it is that, over 1D you mostly use the ...
4 raises available before reaching 2S, showing extras or showing shape ?
I would remove the need to show 6D-3M/4M unbalaced extras and put those in 2N
Transfer Advances After a Minor-suit Overcall
Well when 1H-(2C)-2H is transfer to spades, it does not make much sense do it
Do you spend too much time playing bridge?
The answer to this question is like a sine function, at some time period it is a clear yes, at some it is a clear no. Currently I am on the clear no side of things.
Stefan Velja's bidding problem: A8 A9874 AK96 A5
Gut feeling says to pass - although have to put partner on some hand. If he chooses 5D over 3N, he is shapely with 5+D?, say singleton heart. If he actually has that and then queen of diamonds + a black king, 6D makes if everything brakes. Probably best answer is ...
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