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Gabriel Fractman
Gabriel Fractman
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 28, 2014
Last Seen
8 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I live in Madrid, Spain. Bridge is only my hobby, but I try to take it as seriously as work and family allow.


Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Played for Spain's National Team on several occasions, last one in Budapest 2016 EU Champs (no, I was not in Wroclaw :).
Regular Bridge Partners
Gabriel Carrasco
Favorite Tournaments
EU Championsihps, Biarritz
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Gabriel Fractman's bidding problem: AQJ86 --- T532 Q876
This was definitely my main concern at the table. Possible hands for partner could be: Kx Jxx xx AKxxx (should he pull to 5?) xxx Jxx KQJ AKxx (should he pull to 4?) Of course there are many other hands where it would be clear for partner to ...
Gabriel Fractman's bidding problem: KJx Qx xx AQxxxx
One hand does not prove anything of course, but in case you want to know what happened at the table ... Partner did double, with two Aces and the K. 4X actually made an overtrick when dummy was unexpectedly strong and cards where lying really bad for NS. North hand ...
Gabriel Fractman's bidding problem: --- Tx AJT8xxxx ATx
Partner had the expected shape 6-2-0-5 with two heart losers. But he was missing the key card (J) and spades broke 5-2 so 1 down. 5 had a chance, mostly double-dummy.
DEMIREV wins North American Swiss
Well done! Congratulations to all, and a particular wink to our Madrid friends, Andrzej and Arthur (aka Andrés y Arturo).
3NT play
We have 7 cards in and only 6 in , we can make 3 tricks in in without needing a major miracle ... if these reasons are not sufficient, think that there is a big chance that after we win the and lose a finessse RHO will ...
Gabriel Fractman's bidding problem: Txxx JT98x K Txx
Thank you John. I am not sure I would call it a "good problem" but already the fact that this straightforward sequence is considered to be a "problem" and that there is an almost 50-50 division of opinions shows how interesting bridge can be.
Play in 6NT
Just in case anyone is curious about the actual layout: East was 4-2-4-3 with QJxx and Qx.
Play in 6NT
Thank you Jeff. Although we really need to thank the people that take their time to comment and discuss the possible lines. I think calling my post an "article" is an overstatement. So thanks to all, a special wink to my Spanish friends. I will post the full hand in ...
Andrzej Knap's bidding problem: AT2 Q76532 4 KQ5
4 is also gambling
Gabriel Fractman's bidding problem: AJT98x xx x Axxx
Maybe ... but not an easy decision. I will post the continuation so that people know what you are referring to.

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