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Hanoi Rondón
Hanoi Rondón
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Sept. 11, 2011
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Bridge Teacher
about me

I used to work for the Venezuelan bridge federation and now for the Chilean bridge federation.

Country
Chile

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7NT On a Double Squeeze
It is a double squeeze because each opponent guards a suit and there is a third suit that both opponents guard. When one of the opponents stops guarding the common suit, the second opponent seems to be subjected to a simple squeeze. A double squeeze is a simple squeeze on ...
Thanks, Fred Gitelman
Thank you for your contributions, and also for being available and supporting with Bridge and youth bridge.
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: QJ7 K K75 KQJ974
2 is not forcing.
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: A764 Q972 8 AKT4
It's weak, leas than 10 hcp AND long, sixth.
How to Show 5-5 in the Majors
I play a direct 4 Clubs over a NT opening as 5+ cards in each Major. Responder can continue onwards after opener has chosen the Major of his/her preference.
Why was this easy slam missed?
I believe South took up too much space with 3 Diamonds and intended 3 Spades as showing a heart Fit, but either North misunderstood or the agreements after a 2 Clubs opening bid were not very good
Plan your play in this 4!H
!J to the A un dummy for another diamond to the Q. I plan to draw trumps with A and another eventually.
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: 4 AQxxx Q8 AQxxx
You don't play Last Train.
Outraged by the USBF
You cannot be in two teams at the same time in a WBF competition if the two teams are held at the same time.
Outraged by the USBF
In South America, as in other Zones of the World of Bridge which represent more than one country, the winners of the Championships are the countries, not the players. So, a qualifying team from any country can be substantially or even completely different from the team that won the qualification ...
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