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Meike Wortel
Meike Wortel
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 29, 2010
Last Seen
9 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Netherlands

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Marion Michielsen, Jacco Hop
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Witte huis (White house), HOK, US Uil, TopBridge (Oslo)
Favorite Conventions
(a kind of) puppet stayman after 1N
BBO Username
meikever
ACBL Ranking
Non Life Master
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Missed game - who was more responsible
I don't agree that the doubleton is useful... either your partner knows you have it or your partner has a doubleton as well
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Also, isn't it strange 3N is to play? You have a 4-4 fit with both a 5crd suit on the side, how often would you want to play 3N?
Liam Milne's bidding problem: Q7 T42 AT42 AJ73
No I play 2N as something else (55 in the other suits), indeed more ways of bidding 2N would be too much...
Liam Milne's bidding problem: Q7 T42 AT42 AJ73
2 (so you can after that still decide who plays NT) .. of course you need to add in some transfers on the 2-level (for example 2=, 2= and 2 = )... you give up a nf 2C (which you are less likely to bid when ...
Liam Milne's bidding problem: Q7 T42 AT42 AJ73
I like 2 als bal inv+...
Han Peters's bidding problem: 742 K652 AQ AQJ5
I thought that partner maybe just denies a minor suit control for signing off in 4H. Maybe something like A Axxxxx xxx xxx ... but with that hand he should maybe bid on after 5C. Could he have A QJxxxx Jxxx xx or something? I think that hand might not do ...
High-level Flexibility
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Q and A about Orlando World Bridge Series CoC
I don't see the connection with the income of bridge professionals. I just think it is reasonable that if drop inns are possible, and you stay because you wait for your partner to be knocked out of the teams, but your partner makes it too far in the teams ...
Q and A about Orlando World Bridge Series CoC
Actually what you last mention was what I was thinking about, playing with someone else in such a partnership that they would be eligible to play at that stage of the pairs. Note that it is not only at the final stage that this might occur, say you play the ...
Q and A about Orlando World Bridge Series CoC
Response to the issue: this is already possible if i understand it correctly. If a pair from two different teams in the open teams signs up for the open pairs they can play as soon as both are eliminated. Therefore it could be that the other one didn't get ...
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