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Tomasz Radko
Tomasz Radko
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Member Since
Sept. 1, 2015
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Bridge Player
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Poland

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ATP- Match Points
I'm confused by the orientation of hands. Whoever was on re-open position is 100% guilty. Easy 3 re-open or very easy re-open double
Director Ruling, Good, Bad or Ugly
...and the panel seems to say the same thing. MI has done doubling more appealing.
An exhortation. - Just open the %$^&^% bidding!!!
Like I said - FPS gives YUUUGE advantage. I'm glad you have fun with forcing pass system. It was great invention.
ATB, or is bridge just too tough?
+110 against -110 - it's almost non-vul game, right?
Apportion the Blame
And such late 4 isn't cue bid on ? How should I bid with AKQ109xx x AKx xx ?
Apportion the Blame
So with hands QJxxx....x -........AKQxxx AKJxx....Qxx Qxx......AKx there is no way to play contract?
Avon Wilsmore's bidding problem: 64 AT3 K7542 AQ5
1NT. Doesn't promise holding.
Liam Milne's bidding problem: A8 84 AT762 Q632
Do I want partner to get into bidding with KQxxx,Ax,xxxAxx? The defense rests the case.
An exhortation. - Just open the %$^&^% bidding!!!
Yes, strong, bad defined openings (forcing pass, strong club) are necessary evil. The best feature of FPS were 8-12 openings.
An exhortation. - Just open the %$^&^% bidding!!!
I've been playing forcing pass systems for more than 10 years. They give HUGE advantage. They were killed by administrative restrictions (I think there are now maybe two or three pairs which play FPS in Poland. Maybe less). Too bad, the bridge become more boring. That said it's ...
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