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Herreman Robert
Herreman Robert
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Basic Information

Member Since
Dec. 26, 2011
Last Seen
June 16, 2016
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Hello ! Laughing

I would like to play a lot more on BBO...and am looking for a partner ready to discuss bidding and playing.

Country
France

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Begian National Master - France:série1T
Member of Bridge Club(s)
BC Begijntje ; BC Vieux-Boucau
BBO Username
Lurpoa
ACBL Ranking
None
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Audio commentary for Euro 2016
Yes England2 and Italy 2. Monaco is France1.
Be Prepared
or Kits. A kit, to kit, kitting... :)
The Pakistani Wizard
You write as a World Champion...Are you ?
Herreman Robert's bidding problem: QT4 AQJT9 JT2 62
really 18 plus ?
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: A8763 AK42 --- KQ52
afraid of a complete misfit... Also afraid to pass. I'll go for 2.
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: K9 AQ74 QJT765 5
Trust your partner !
Herreman Robert's bidding problem: J42 8 AJ73 KQJ83
Right Nick, that is close to what Philip is telling us. But one thing - I don't think that many players do agree with a direct double of 3Hearts by N being for penalty: the doubler is under the overcaller....But maybe I am wrong...
Herreman Robert's bidding problem: J42 8 AJ73 KQJ83
It is clear, that failure to support partner's diamonds on the first round (for whatever reason-that's not the heart of this discussion), made subsequent bidding difficult. Nevertheless - and independent of the South Hand shown - may I have your opinion of what a double by South in this situation ...
Herreman Robert's bidding problem: J42 8 AJ73 KQJ83
Yes, that is what we all like to do: only double when it is winning action for our side. But can you be more precise with what kind of hands you double ?
Herreman Robert's bidding problem: J42 8 AJ73 KQJ83
@ Phillip Martin, If I understand your position: a double by south would show some hearts values and asks partner's opinion; on a more or less regular opening hand, he would pass. Did I get that right ?
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