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Andrzej Matuszewski
Andrzej Matuszewski
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Member Since
July 21, 2012
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Statistician with interests in: sociology, history, psychology, pure mathematics, ecology and MUSIC

Country
Poland

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Jerzy Orysiak, Tadeusz Skalski, Roman Krzemien
BBO Username
mata2015
ACBL Ranking
None
subjective Standard Polish Club
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Andrzej Matuszewski's bidding problem: A5 A5 AQJ9 KQT84
I can give you a name… First obligation of a pair of experts is to play the same system - whatever it is.
Andrzej Matuszewski's bidding problem: A5 A5 AQJ9 KQT84
This hand was played with a really very good player, but only occasional as my partner. Our agreements were (and are) not very sophisticated. But once we have certain agreements we must follow them...
Second trick decision 3
Sorry, I raised this particular case erronously. Nevertheless thanks for discussion, which is most the important aspect of this Forum (at least from my viewpoint). The only hope of N is our 10. Even with our 10 singleton declarer has to guess or everyting depends on: who holds 8. Wether ...
Second trick decision 3
Yes, Phil! This is simple but also quite real hope! This might not work in case declarer has a small singleton in hearts.
Second trick decision 3
Yes, Richard! I must rethink the problem to make a promotion more elegant.
Second trick decision 3
Real distribution and a nice coup was as follows. _______________A8x _______________10xx _______________AJxx3 _______________xx 97___________________________KQJxxx 7____________________________Ax K1087________________________9x KQJ742_______________________Axx _______________106 _______________KQJ8654 _______________Q5 _______________96 After Q and diamonds continuation, N played another diamond. Declarer has to ruff high. He continued with the next high spade. N won and continued with diamonds. This promoted ...
Second trick decision 3
You mean: rebid 4?
Second trick decision 3
9.
Second trick decision 3
Additional quiz: What pd's hand allows us to set the contract (assuming the bidding was absolutely correct).
Second trick decision 3
Logically this option is non-necessary, but not everyone knows the formal logic.
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