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Martin Wuest
Martin Wuest
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 7, 2010
Last Seen
2 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Germany

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
3 National Championships: 2019 German Cup, 2018 Premier League (Bundesliga), 2009 German Cup. 3rd place German Teams Championship 2018, 2nd place Premier League 2016, 3rd Place Premier 2015, 3rd Place German Teams Championship 2016, 3rd Place Open Pairs Championship 2012
Regular Bridge Partners
Vitaliy Khanukov (BBO-username: vkhan11 ), Peter Freche, BBO- unsername: pfreche, Matthias Felmy (BBO-username: Game over)
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Koeln-Lindenthal, Troisdorf
Favorite Tournaments
Chairman´s Cup (Sweden), German Trophy
Favorite Conventions
Kickback Turbo, Gazzilli, Double Pass Inversion, 2-way-checkback
BBO Username
desert
ACBL Ranking
None
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Multiple Errors
Doubling 3 is insane. You have a chance to go Plus after the deliberate 3 bid (I dont see a chance to go Plus before), so go for it. I wouldnt have Xed 1 but bid 1N. I wouldnt have balanced after 1 pass pass. Partner ...
Cue Bids & Splinters & Forcing Passes: Redo
We play DPI (double pass inversion) when ownership and GF is established. Pass requests pd to double either with the intention to pass or show SI with a second suit but without a control in , X of 5 would be takeout promising (at least) second round control and ...
Richard Fleet's bidding problem: A52 A QJT75 8752
Being Vul I would pass but not at this vulnerability.
What's the better line?
@Leonard: To avoid all the difficult problems after 1 - 1N or 1 - 1, for me it is mandatory to open 2N even if playing strict 20-21. With this hand, I want to be declarer and I want to be in 3N (or 4!M) if pd has ...
What's the better line?
Well, i hate to play 2N ;-) and like it to be in a lot of close 3N contracts. Besides after 1 - 1N chances are, that the contract is wrongsided and that pd will take 1 less than me. Another point: Are you satisfied with a 2N rebid after 1 ...
Finding the minor fit
Prefer 5N pick a slam, a practical bid. In a partnership with no precise agreements, this will work. If pd has 4 6 will be the contract to play (SIC!)
Mirror, mirror on the wall
Well, in the actual case I will surely know what opening bids the opponents use when playing a team match. If it is pairs, a glimpse in the convention card will solve my potential problem. Here, after 2N - 3 - pass I obviously need to know what is going on.
Finding the minor fit
Play Muppet Stayman instead, where you answer 3 with no 4 card M and have more room to show various hands You can use 3 as a puppet to 3N either to play or with 1 or 2 minors and SI (sic) and 3N and above for various ...
Mirror, mirror on the wall
In my opinion south shouldnt ask after 2 as he has no intention to bid, whatever information he gets. Would he ask with xxxx,xxxx, xxx, xx, too? When you dont plan to bid, you can ask after the auction is over or when you have a decision to ...
Tim Stanley-Clamp's bidding problem: AKJ5 A7 AK97 984
I don't know what to bid now. Would have opened 2N or at least have rebid 2N. Now I am screwed.
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