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Nikolay Yaninski
Nikolay Yaninski
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Basic Information

Member Since
May 1, 2013
Last Seen
Oct. 17
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Bulgaria

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Albena 2016
Bridge Accomplishments
Proud member of the Bulgarian Junior team; Several national wins, 4th place in Samorin 2017 U21, 4th place in Opatija 2018 U21, lost QF in Suzhou 2018 U21
Regular Bridge Partners
Dobromir Lazarov
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Radkov
Favorite Conventions
Transfers, Penalty Doubles, Splinters
BBO Username
niki98
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Ulf Nilsson's bidding problem: 97632 K764 K42 6
I agree.
Ulf Nilsson's bidding problem: 97632 K764 K42 6
I think that by bidding 1 we already decided the fate of the board to some extent and I think it is generally a bad style to bid anything different than Pass here.
Opening leads against suit contracts from Jxxx and Txxx (no sequence) in an unbid suit
Jxxx is very often a terrible lead and it is not a strange fact at all. It is good only when we find strong combination in our partner's hand.
NABC Appeal
100% forcing, therefore pass not LA - as mentioned above, 7 is good idea with this partner. Otherwise 6 is clear.
Nikolay Yaninski's lead problem: J876 Q4 AT965 Q5
No (5th + 4th would go through 2).
Nikolay Yaninski's lead problem: J876 Q4 AT965 Q5
1 could definitely be made with 4-4-0-5.
Continuations after Takeout Double and Free Bid: Many Questions I got
Yes, we do play so.
Paul Grünke's bidding problem: QJ3 K52 AJ84 T94
At this VUL Pass seems most reasonable. What I definitely don't find attractive is bidding 3. Change the VUL and I would find it very close between 4 and 4.
Thank you Zia!
No words to express my joy of reading this.
Well done Alex Hydes!
Not only that it is possible, it is definitely a minimum in the context of constructive raise.
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