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Martin Wuest
Martin Wuest
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Member Since
Aug. 7, 2010
Last Seen
5 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Germany

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
National Champion (2018), (Premier League (Bundesliga)), 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
BBO Username
desert
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Precision help wanted 2
Opening a nebulous 1 with the east hand will very seldom lead to satisfying results because you normally have a 11-13 NT for this bid. So i agree with 1 although it is close. Passing 1 shows a 17-18 NT hand so east HAS to X (takeout ...
Warning: Viewer Discretion
I dont agree with any of the first 6 bids: West has an obvious opening bid North has an obvious weak two 1 in third seat is a horrible bid 1 is absurd Bidding 2N facing a third hand opener is bad bridge Bidding at the 3 level ...
What is the best treatment ?
XX: to play Pass: No Club Stopper 2,, normal stayman answer WITH a club stopper After pass: XX is again Stayman, opener answers in transfers so that responder (who potentially has a club stopper) can become declarer)
Phil Clayton's bidding problem: 75 KJ9 5 AJ87654
I agree with the bidding and have an totally obvious X (takeout) now. Passing is no alternative playing pairs and facing a 4th hand opener. I would have made 3 and won't get many matchpoint for + 100.
Eric Sieg's bidding problem: Q6 AQ5 Q87 AKQ52
In our system 4N (takeout, frequently a 2-suited) and 5 next shows slam interest in whereas a direct 5 bid would be to play. RKCB doesn't help very much, the decisive question will be whether pd has a spade control (ok, if he has 3 aces ...
Bernhard Schirm's bidding problem: Tx xx AKQxxx AQx
They will bid 6
David Parsons's bidding problem: 65 QJ9 A94 AK965
MP, i will bid 4. 3 will probably be -140 or +50, whereas 4 should score +130 or -50. I´m always optimistic :-). 4 wont be bid and should have only a 10% chance of making after this bidding (i would X 4)
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: KT964 AQ A65 KT8
Pass is very timid. The opps are probably in an 8 card fit, not vulnerable, at the 2 level. Fortunately our first X is forcing till 2.
Steve Tyer's bidding problem: KT9 K75432 2 AKJ
Very probable that the opps have 4-5heart tricks and an (at least) one entry against 3 N. So i will pass expecting 1 or 2 down.
Mike Cassel's bidding problem: 742 Q6 AKT62 Q83
We play (1) 2 = Top and Bottom, 1 (3) = and , 1 (2N) = and , thus we always know partner´s second suit. Besides i would always open 1 with the west hand.
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