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Martin Wuest
Martin Wuest
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 7, 2010
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

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
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Liam O'Brien's bidding problem: Q72 KQJT93 T6 K9
Ok, but what about the K of ? It might be decisive whether you have that card or not.
Liam O'Brien's bidding problem: Q72 KQJT93 T6 K9
Yes, partner would have passed in a flash. But you wouldn’t have shown your strength.
Chris Gibson's bidding problem: JT94 KT83 AQ4 K3
I prefer the first double after establishing ownership to still be takeout and subsequent doubles to be penalty. Playing this style I would have an easy pass, knowing that pd doesn’t have a takeout X of 2, thus I won’t miss anything. Actually, I have a difficult ...
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: AQT976 AKJT A4 K
If you fear that, bid 4 and pass partner‘s 4 bid. For me in a GF auction where an 8+ cards M fit has been established and slam is possible, 3N isnt to play and cant be passed.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: AQT976 AKJT A4 K
I don’t like the 4 bid, prefer 3N (-> pd can cue in Clubs). Would 4 have been last train? In the current setting pass is the only reasonable option.
Richard Fleet's bidding problem: AK7632 872 KJ8 J
I probably wont, but there still is a small chance. But I agree that deciding what to bid with this hand is a matter of style.
Richard Fleet's bidding problem: AK7632 872 KJ8 J
2? NVul against Vul? Facing a passed pd? My partners would expect SIGNIFICANTLY less :-). Can´t pd have Qx,xx,ATxx,xxxxx for example?
Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: AKJ9 T5 T843 862
Being VUL with very bad spades, opener surely will have compensation: a good side suit and probably 7 spades. Playing pairs I might risk to pass but not in a KO match.
Gazzilli: Continuations after showing 5-5 - forcing or not
I do. It is like Pecision, where a 3 bid would be obvious You might occasionally get too high, but describe your strength and your distribution perfectly.
A 1!d response to a 1!c opening by partner...
Doesnt nearly everybody play transfer walsh nowadays?

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