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Ovunc Yilmaz
Ovunc Yilmaz
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 14, 2013
Last Seen
April 6
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Assistant Professor at the Mendoza College of Business - University of Notre Dame..

Part-time bridge player..

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
A win against Mahaffey team in Spingold 2013
Bridge Accomplishments
Winner of Collegiate 2012, Carolina Masters 2012
Regular Bridge Partners
Andrew Jeng, Irfan Ilgin, Doga Seker, Zizhuo Wang
Favorite Tournaments
Vanderbilt, Spingold
Favorite Conventions
Gazilli, Eisus
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
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Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: QT Q5 KJ92 KQJ74
What does partner have?
Frank Lin's bidding problem: J975 632 8752 93
Pass and lead a spade..
Another idea to improve system compliance
No Gerben, they want you to keep your convention card thing (some form of folder with lots of other convention cards and score sheets) on your lap. Welcome to US lol.
Good luck to the 31 college teams playing this weekend!
UNC is not even in the list. Also no Penn or Stanford. Just crazy.
Double Standards
LOL - believe me or not, I never had a chance to psyche after Multi opening in an ACBL game. Probably wouldn't have risked it, given how much TDs hate solving a Multi hand. But so many times opponents take advantage of things like 2D P 2S X = spades when ...
Double Standards
You are missing the point. Multi and risk free psyching combination does not mean that I should get ruled against when I am playing Multi.
Double Standards
Like your arguments are so not related to Multi. I also can be playing some transfers or some weird wide-range raises or some relays with weak or strong meanings which I would know the details and you may have no clue as an opponent.
Double Standards
I may agree with the risk free psyche part, but I think Multi issues are not related to risk free psyches.
Double Standards
LOL, 2 p 3 is a specific psyche, Mike - I don't think it is an auction where we can reach generalizable conclusions about Multi. With the suggested defense (or your own defense), you should be able to figure out what happens after 2 95% of the ...
Double Standards
Agreed. Two possible cases are very common in the USA when the hand is tricky, especially in the no-screen rounds: 1- Opponents use the sheets (or not), figure out the situation much better than one can do - using/not using sheets "wisely", adjusting tempo etc. TD never listens to Multi ...

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