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Martin Wuest
Martin Wuest
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 7, 2010
Last Seen
24 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
National champion (2009), German Cup; 2nd place German Bundesliga (2016), 3rd Place German Bundesliga (2015), 3rd Place German Teams Championship (2016), 3rd Place Men´s Pairs Championship (2012)
Regular Bridge Partners
Vitaliy Khanukov (BBO-username: vkhan11 ), Matthias Felmy (BBO-username: Game over)
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Koeln-Lindenthal, Troisdorf
Favorite Tournaments
Chairman´s Cup (Sweden), German Trophy
Favorite Conventions
Gazzilli, Double Pass Inversion, 2-way-checkback
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Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: J5 AQ5 K AKQ8752
A standard system has no rebid for the Bridge World Death hand as we all know. There are a lot of different conventional solutions. Not playing any of them there remain only the pedestrian 3 or a 2 opening bid. I would never consider a 2 rebid
James Tyner's bidding problem: --- AJT963 J5 KQJ95
Which i would have done......
Robert Gellner's bidding problem: QT4 T7 3 QJT8654
We play that 3 asks for a 3 card major: 3 = 3 spades 3 = 3 hearts This way the strong hand becomes declarer when a fit is found.
Yehudit Hasin's bidding problem: AQJ6 QJT653 72 A
Even in Precision one can play a (simple) version of Gazilli to reach borderline games. The number of "strong" hands opener can hold is obviously limited. When opener cannot bid 2 to show a MAX hand for 1NT one will stay low.
Bundesliga jewel: Bridge over broken hearts
Nice article. Thx for writing. I think it looks more natural to duck the first 2 rounds of clubs, forcing declarer to chose between his options. Do you know why your pd played the 4 first trick?
Some interesting and difficult boards in Germany
@Robert: Yesm, with a normal hand partner needs to have 4+ spades. Opener will bid spades whenever possible, sometimes even with 3 cards ;-)
Ian Grant's bidding problem: KT85432 K Q86 32
First let them guess and then let them pay :) We created a massive problem for them, let´s see how good they are at guessing. I like my K of
Some interesting and difficult boards in Germany
Passing with 9 HCP creates a ton of problems, so i wouldnt play that way. A negative double doesnt guarentee 4 cards in an unbid minor, so you can only bid 3 with significant extras.
Michael Seamon Junior USBC (Part 2)
Well, with Qxx in spades behind AJxxx i´m rather optimistic. Besides: Where else can be the setting trick and what can it cost to play a diamond? Third aspect: Would i really bid 3 with at most Qxx, --B9xxx, QJxxx? :)
Kevin O'Dea's bidding problem: J743 AQ5 4 K7543
We play that 2N shows an INV+ hand (9-11 any or GF) and asks for further information. Perfect for this hand. Playing your methods you have to chose between 2 flawed bids: 3 with Bxxx in spades or 2N denying 4 spades.

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