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Elke Weber
Elke Weber
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 22, 2015
Last Seen
May 17
Member Type
Bridge Teacher
about me

 I have started playing bridge t the age of 15. Today I am teaching juniors. Smile


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
I can't tell my favorite bridge memory, but I love to make friends everywhere in the world and among my best memories are bridge club tournaments I played in Accra (Ghana), Cape Town (S.A.) and Taupo (N.Z.).
Bridge Accomplishments
2 Vice European ladies championships, 6 German titles.
Regular Bridge Partners
sukri, friedlich, schnurzel
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Germany: Darmstadt Alert, Mannheim, UNI Mannheim, Ketsch Sweden: Filbyter Linköping
Favorite Tournaments
German Bridge Trophy in Berlin, Swedish Festival in Örebro and many others
Favorite Conventions
conditional RKCB
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Julius Linde's bidding problem: K8 T8742 AKJ64 7
if partner were not passed I might bid 2
Elke Weber's bidding problem: T762 2 Q98653 T9
If you bid 5 West will double for 800 - but East might run with her 9-c h suit.
Guess the (non)finesse - or do we have enough clues?
They played weak jumps throughout and the cards were A+7 on my left and 2+3 on my right.
Guess the (non)finesse - or do we have enough clues?
I am glad I am not alone with my guess, but at the table it cost a lot of IMPs.
Guess the (non)finesse - or do we have enough clues?
Right, there is in "or" missing in the original text: X was the system bid to show either 4+♠ (from ~8 working points) or a gf hand with only 3-c fit.
Guess the (non)finesse - or do we have enough clues?
Sorry, I wanted to and forgot. They were vul, we were not and yes, opener was in 1st seat. And to answer the next question: Good opposition, it was the quarter final of the German K.O. Championship and they would also have won if I had made the right ...
Guess the (non)finesse - or do we have enough clues?
opponents (West and East) bid 2 and 4 on their hands. The double came from South (declarer)
Paul Grünke's bidding problem: AKT8 84 2 QT9874
I hope for one of those bidding boxes that contain an "X" and a "D", than I can use the one, that corresponds to my partnership agreements. ;-) One of the best true stories I know from bridge is that it happened once that a player called the diretor to ask ...
Richard Bley's bidding problem: T854 K542 2 T732
I have two places to play, partner should choose.
What does a hesitation suggest here?
It might suggest that partner plays 3 forcing with some partners and weak with others and tries to remember how it is played in this partnership.

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