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Csaba Czimer
Csaba Czimer
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 22, 2013
Last Seen
9 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

A system geek, even played strong pass (Regres) when it was allowed.

Of course have my own relay-Precision, which is of course the best one in efficiency / memory load ratio Smile

Graduated as a mathematician, work as a software developer.

Country
Hungary

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Making a small slam in a 5-4 fit after finding QJxx on the wrong side. And some succesful falsecards. I forget them easily, thus I write them on my homepage sometimes.
Bridge Accomplishments
5 national titles in Hungary, some cups from Pula Festival
Favorite Tournaments
Pula Festival (Croatia, each September)
Favorite Conventions
bids showing or asking shortness
BBO Username
csabi
ACBL Ranking
None
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Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
David, it's childish to show only hearts with your example hand. How do you continue if the heart queen is missing? Even 6-4x is improbable with a goodish 4-carder. They were good, solid players, by the way.
Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
Right, I never do.
Big congrats to Erik Sælensminde and his partner Morten Olsen
... and the cheaters can win every tournament even more easily than with cheating :-) Not to talk about the prize money (In Europe it is not rare).
Big congrats to Erik Sælensminde and his partner Morten Olsen
Sad, but true. Standing after the 1st round: https://vugraph.lovebridge.com/screen/visoft_1067918_1_1?screen=running-score Strange, isn't it? They (almost?) used to be senior world champions, or what. After the second round: https://vugraph.lovebridge.com/screen/visoft_1067918_2_1?screen=running-score And yes, the tourney was played on tablets ...
Big congrats to Erik Sælensminde and his partner Morten Olsen
Bravo Tihana!
Double of 6NT
They can easily have 5 (perhaps 6) club, 4 diamond and 3 (even 4) spade tricks, thus may be improbable, but not completely out.
Double of 6NT
Here is the lead problem which I faced: https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/lead-problem-2-zms8g4q9j6/ Please vote there too, the actual bidding may (or may not) overrule the general rule. And here is the full board, if you are interested: (skip there only after voting please) https://vugraph.lovebridge.com/screen ...
Csaba Czimer's lead problem: 6532 652 9743 65
I think spades are excluded (improbable) because partner had an opportunity to double 4.
Where did East-West go wrong?
West's 1NT is perfect, but he has a super hand after 2, should have bid 3 instead of 3. East may bid 4 too, he is on the upper side of his range. And they are vulnerable.
The Grand?
When did South learn that North holds the trump ace?
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