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Michal Czerwonko
Michal Czerwonko
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My NABC Online Practice Tourney Day 1 - "The Wild Way"
Another skill to learn is card reading since bots are generally predictable. Here's a hand that also involves a squeeze: http://tinyurl.com/yd7v96d8 It wasn't even a top - somebody bid and made 6N
1!H-1N; 2!H-2!S
Why is it a CB? If it is, with xx,-,xxx,AQJT9xxx you are forced to pass since 4 would be taken as CB
Craig Zastera's bidding problem: KT3 62 4 AKQT863
If you bid 3N, do it with the confidence of the Hog
1!H-1N; 2!H-2!S
The first been covered, I'd take the second as exceptionally good 3- or 2-card raise, say Axx,Qx,KTxx,KTxx. From all I know partner is allowed to hold x,AKJxx,AQxx,Qx
My NABC Online Practice Tourney Day 1 - "The Wild Way"
David, you learn quick that against NT contracts bot first lead is most of the time as passive as it could get unless bot holds 100 honours in a suit. Under that, opening NT with a small stiff gains you a tempo
My NABC Online Practice Tourney Day 1 - "The Wild Way"
It improves one's game in two ways. First, you operate in so many ways that you learn quite a lot about operating. Second, bot defense yields ridiculous number of squeeze opportunities. Regarding the fun part, a big part of it comes from the competition with other humans in wilderness ...
ATB missed grand
In France?
Second trick carding
Was X of 3 meant to add a degree of freedom in describing the strength of the overcall?
How not to bid misfits...
If your robot beats the contract, you buy him a drink instead of demanding refinements
David Parsons's bidding problem: Q2 KT QT8763 T43
Then why do you ask if you know the answer?
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