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Nikolas Bausback
Nikolas Bausback
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 26, 2010
Last Seen
Jan. 12
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me
  • teaching (in the Frankfurt/Main(ger) area)
  • organizing (bridge holidays in Switzerland)
  • administrating (president of the LandesbridgeverbandHessen)
  • photographing (on all event I attend and more, pictures found at my website
  • playing (paid or for fun)

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
watching my wife becoming vice world champion in Estoril and Shanghai; ________________________________________winning european championship for small federations (playing for luxembourg)
Bridge Accomplishments
coach of German ladies team 2005-2012; captain of German seniors team 2018
Regular Bridge Partners
Anja Alberti, Curt Källström,
Member of Bridge Club(s)
in Germany, Switzerland
Favorite Tournaments
Loiben, Iceland, Bermuda, Madeira, NZ national congress, Swedish bridge festival Örebro,
Favorite Conventions
transfer walsh
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Copy of Bobby Levin - Steve Weinstein
Copy to my cards View/Print
Ban Collusive Cheaters For Life
@David Gold Yes, I think this is the right way to do it. Do not interact with them! and do not interact with people playing with or paying them. In my opinion it is not the right way to stay a way from tournaments they are playing in. This hurts ...
Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: AK4 --- AKQ32 QJ864
Of course this was another hesitation case. South took some time before bidding 5♣️. Therefore the question is whether pass is an logical alternative.
Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: AK4 --- AKQ32 QJ864
I meant that it shows nothing special, but strength. Often interested to double some M contract.
Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: AK4 --- AKQ32 QJ864
Yes, in polish club hands with 18+ Hcp Start with 1♣️
Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: AK4 --- AKQ32 QJ864
Not specialy discussed - Cards
Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: A9753 64 7432 74
North holds Kx AKQxxx - Qxxxx And we let them play 4♦️ Instead of winning 10 tricks in♥️
Elke Weber's bidding problem: 3 J72 A7542 KT65
If I have a system which could show 3-1 MM 5-4 mm FG I would have tried this. Over 2N I would bid 3 and hopefully get raised to 4 Maybe I would have answered 3 directly if 2 promises INV values.
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: 53 A AKQ2 AKQ852
We had one of this in the German Bundesliga some 20 years ago..: (3) p (5) 6 with 6-4-2-1 and the other Doctor supported with a single and 6-c to the J. You cant ban them just for being stupidly lucky can you?
Multi 2!D and Weak Twos
Constructive wise it seemed better to have the good W2 in 2M as you could develop better if game/slam is in the picture. In Sweden it is common now a days to have 2M 10-12(13) with the Multi for 5-9
Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: KJ9432 4 JT4 KQ4
here the hole hand: .....West .....x .....Kxxx .....Qxx .....AJ1097 South............North AQ10xxx......- Q109............AJ8xx AKx...............xxxx x.............,,,.....xxxx .....East .....KJ9xxx .....x .....Jxx.............It is possible that the DJ is in East .....KQx............there were no records of the hands 2D..p..4C..X............2D Multi often 5-c suit 3-8(9 ...

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