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Thomas van der Hoeden
Thomas van der Hoeden
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Member Since
Jan. 6, 2017
Last Seen
50 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Netherlands

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BOC Kennemerland
Favorite Conventions
hahaha :) my fav color is green
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Bill Papa's bidding problem: QJ T9 AK85 KT963
Why would you show both minors?
Allan Simon's bidding problem: AK54 QJ964 954 T
Used to play immediate 2 invite 44 majors and thru 2 invite 45 majors. Easy to remember, since "more length takes more bids".
Nicholas France's bidding problem: 6 AQT8 KJ43 5432
Looks remarkably similar to https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/bidding-problem-2-3ujlu1jaeq/.
Is a Natural, Strong NT in "Sandwich" Position a Relic of the Past?
Depends passed versus unpassed hand.
Thomas van der Hoeden's bidding problem: 5 A876 763 AKJ53
Sit down partnership, not discussed.
YBTD after slow double
I'd think East has an easy raise of 4 with the nice doubleton in hearts, five great trumps and a well positioned K.
YBTD after slow double
5 was bid on two out of sixteen tables, both declarers down one. Don't know if their auctions would qualify as bizarre, though.
YBTD after slow double
Put up a poll yesterday, https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/bidding-problem-2-rz4krq8zx0/
Thomas van der Hoeden's bidding problem: Q8 QT AK7532 J95
Yes, I also agree, 2 is what I should have bid to ensure consequent bidding to not go murky. At the table I felt like protecting the quacks was worthwile if heading to 3NT. That can later still be done of course. We wound up in 3NT down one ...
Thomas van der Hoeden's bidding problem: 8532 86 A4 AKT86
Hand opposite: Jxxx xx Qx QJxxx.
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