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Andrzej Matuszewski
Andrzej Matuszewski
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 21, 2012
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Statistician with interests in: sociology, history, psychology, pure mathematics, ecology and MUSIC

Country
Poland

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Jerzy Orysiak, Tadeusz Skalski, Roman Krzemien
BBO Username
mata2015
ACBL Ranking
None
subjective Standard Polish Club
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Winston Chang's bidding problem: T53 AKQ8 A97 642
200% pass at IMPs, but 20% at MPs.
Collins Williams's bidding problem: J53 J42 A42 KQ32
How my pd will understand my 3?
Nice GIB's declarer's play
Let mi say my general opinion. Changing by South to K looks like something nearly idiotic, taking into account that declarer must have A. In fact - at average+ level - it is very meaningful alternative. From the bidding it was very probable that declarer has 5 diamonds. In this case K ...
Nice GIB's declarer's play
All cards produced by GIB's closed hand could be exposed by expert defenders. Even the most sophisticated 7 (instead jack). The point is - in my opinion - that optimality (of declarer's play) depends on the expected strenght of defenders. For the moment GIB is not going to play in ...
Nice GIB's declarer's play
Thank you Craig for your opinion. It would be bad if such a nice and expert declarer's play (it is my personal opinion) receive no reaction at experts' forum. Of course the concept of GIB could be ruined by other play of defenders. If participants of Bridgewinners will be ...
3!D XX - best line?
They probably will ruff their own spades trick ;-)
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: T9532 J6 AQ QT82
Pd second bid is strange! We probably have dominance in HCPs from one hand. But there exists (from pd's perspective) a danger of misfits. It is logical - instead of 2 - to double, having hearts and some HCPs surplus, therefore!
3!D XX - best line?
The chance here is the fact that normally makes troubles: division 1-5 of diamonds. Next time W will win the trick he he can not play trumps! In turn if E will win he must play to KJ from behind the queen.
Bridge Players and the movie world
In Poland there was one great actor: Gustaw Holoubek and 2 great writers: Antoni Słonimski and Jan Brzechwa, who were known as the bridge addicts.
3!D XX - best line?
I agree with the David's line. Basic part of it is that the hearts finesse works. From this viewpoint one can consider winning first trick in the closed hand and make this finesse at once. And then we should cash all hearts. We have to assume that at many ...
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