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Andrzej Matuszewski
Andrzej Matuszewski
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July 21, 2012
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Statistician with interests in: sociology, history, psychology, pure mathematics, ecology and MUSIC

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Poland

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Jerzy Orysiak, Tadeusz Skalski, Roman Krzemien
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mata2015
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Yes, goulash can be an exercise for normal bridge
Thanks Andrew! I rearranged the problem. Hope it will be easier to follow.
Is goulash an exercise for normal bridge?
Dealing goulash hands is another very large topic. Not very funny...
Is goulash an exercise for normal bridge?
Yes, we can exlude the possibility that Lefty has void in spades. Therefore spades are probably 1-8 between them...
Is goulash an exercise for normal bridge?
Probably! But once there is only one choice, select that one, which you think is the most interesting or was the effect of your reasoning.
Goulash at MPs
5 gives the following information for pd (but also something for opps): 1. I have: 0-1-2 lenght in diamonds. 2. Everything good in hearts is welcome 3. The final pd's decision is still difficult.
Goulash at MPs
Paul, it is really a very intelligent remark! Yes we could tell something more at very little risk! Taking into account the simple fact that hearts are lower than spades!
Goulash at MPs
Let me comment some aspects. 1. Red suits will be decisive. May be pd has some values there. Tens or even nines can matter. 2. Pass has one disadvantage: We are - quite probably - endplayed at first lead. Or we must guess with a minimal information.
Andrzej Matuszewski's lead problem: AQJ95 Q7 KQ62 J4
But then K is even more automatic, isn't it?
Andrzej Matuszewski's lead problem: AQJ95 Q7 KQ62 J4
2 has nothing to do with Drury. It could be passed.
First trick
For me 1 is easier than 1NT. While after a long analysis one may prove that 1NT is optimal.
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