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Martin Wuest
Martin Wuest
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 7, 2010
Last Seen
8 hours 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
ACBL Ranking
None
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Yordan Boychev's bidding problem: Kx Txx AKQxx KQx
I can't X without spade tolerance, I can't bid 3 N without a stopper and I don't want to bid 4! D facing a passed hand. This leaves Pass which I hate, too. But it looks better to me than the alternatives.
Florian Alter's bidding problem: 95 Q52 A2 KQJ983
I expect most of the defensive values to be on my left and can't bring myself to only bidding 5.
$20
In Precision 1 is automatic. When playing a natural system I like to play transfers after 1. So my rebid would be 1 showing exactly 3.
Mike Ma's bidding problem: Kxx Jxxx KJxx AJ
We play that a support double isn't mandatory. But opener has a rather nice hand for 1 playing precision, so X looks normal. Besides I prefer to play transfers after X, so that the weak NT hand becomes declarer as often as possible.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: J83 --- AKQ93 K9876
When playing a natural frame, I like to play that 1 shows any BAL hand outside the agreed NT ranges (1NT=14-16. 2N=(19+)20-21) or real clubs. 1 is always UNBAL with at least 4, normally 5 or more diamonds. This hand would be difficult in any ...
Rich Newell's bidding problem: KQxx x AKQxx xxx
If bidding were successful, pd should not have passed 1 .
Yu Chang's bidding problem: xxx T9xx AKQx Qx
I would have opened, so I couldn’t have this strong a hand.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: J83 --- AKQ93 K9876
In this system pd frequently has a weak NT and might have AKTx, KJx, xxx, Dxx. So I don't like any bid that precludes playing 3N. If - after X - pd wants to play in spades that might not be so bad either. And if advancer raises hearts there still ...
Simon Gass's bidding problem: x --- AQT9xx JTxxxx
I would never ever pass with this hand and probably defend 2 . Even if I get a second chance: how will I sell THS monster to pd after having passed first?
How do you play from here.
Well, the 3 bid has used a lot of bidding space and you have very limited possibilities to check for game. I hate my minor suit holdings and don’t think that game will be very good facing a random AKK Hand without shortness
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