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Tilman Seidel
Tilman Seidel
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Member Since
Aug. 27, 2017
Last Seen
9 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Im doing more watching than playing actually.

Have always been fascinated by the game and its endless varieties.

Love my family, travelling and hiking.

Country
Austria

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning european Juniors pairs championship (long, long time ago!)
ACBL Ranking
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2018 European Championships Results
Yes it was a fantastic Show - and please notice, that Brogeland-Lindqvist also won the Butler Score and (playing 30 of 32 matches) can really be considered as the base of the norvegian success! However, cudos to their teammates too, to the Israeli Team, so narrowly defeated and i'm looking ...
Boye Brogeland
And I absolutely believe he (and his partner and teammates) are worthy winners of the EC - it was nail-biting finish! I did not believe they could overcome the 24 IMP deficit after half the last match. Congratulations!
54th European Team Championships
Looking forward for it. Thanks in advance to all the commentators and operators, who make the watching even more fun!
Tilman Seidel's bidding problem: A6 QT72 AKQ5 KQ8
I would say no (red vs. white) - in fact partner had AJxxxxxx AND the king of hearts...
Defending 4H
If East has Axx you will always beat the hand, whatever you lead at trick 2 (oh yes, no small club :-))
Defending 4H
Absolutely not - in fact it was one of the winning options. I think I should have asked differently. I did not consider a second club as long as I had control of the hand via spade king. Most likely, Partner has two small clubs and what have I won then ...
Tilman Seidel's bidding problem: xxx Axx xx J9xxx
15-17, sorry, that is standard in Austria, thus I forgot
Defending 4H
Right you are (with the comment about Q8), sorry. I agree that we need partner to have something, but not that cashing another high club cannot cost (declarer could have A QJ9xxx, xx, Q9xx)
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: AT3 A8 AKT987 A4
Seems right and no minimum by far for that! (KR-Evaluator says it's worth 23,30 HCP!)
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: KT43 AJ83 J543 9
Maybe everyone would consider it interesting in a blue team context (1D limited with 16 HCP, 3C nf, most likely 5-5)? The question would then be between 3D (nf and conservative) and trying for game with 3NT, 3S or 4D...
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