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Lech Ohrysko
Lech Ohrysko
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Oct. 9, 2010
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Polish Club: how to rebid this 4-6
1 rebid in Polish Club is multimeaning by default. Even if you rebid 1N with weak balanced hand w/4 (reasonable idea), still remain hands 18+ like: - 4-5+ - 5 with weak main suit - 4441 w/ shortness
Polish Club: how to rebid this 4-6
15-17 - bid 1 18+ - bid 2 (forcing) then spades.
Cheating, Again
strange the BW is not available in e-format. They are loosing my money:)
Lech Ohrysko's bidding problem: A4 Q2 KQ5 KQJT83
well, real hand is not an argument, but pard had: xx, AKx, AJx, xxxxx 3N was a disaster. This hand came from small but strong tournament in Poland. 5 out of 7 pairs bid and ofc made slam in clubs. Other two contended with 5C. No 3N at all:)
Lech Ohrysko's bidding problem: A4 Q2 KQ5 KQJT83
of course. 1C = 2+
Lech Ohrysko's bidding problem: J8 --- AKJ843 AKQ52
pass shows 0-4(5) or trapping hand of course Is 2 forcing? I'd like to know:) My opinion is no, but more valuable would be opinions given by strong club experts.
Elinescu and Wladow win their case against the WBF
John, what's about Poland? Are E-W Polish? Do you know something we do not know?
Polish Pair found guilty-but no penalty
You do not have to wait - just check this:
RIP Julian Klukowski
They are not related. Julian was an amazing player. He won his first international medal in 1963 and last in 2016. We all in Poland will miss him.
Attention: all fans and opponents to Polish Club!
This is a simple story (although I'm not a big fan of this approach). Double over 1 promises 3+-3+ in majors (not everyone in Poland would agree with that). After negative 1 doubler with 'normal double' bids 1M (even from three). 1N rebid is strong (18-20 ...
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