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Selena Pepić
Selena Pepić
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Member Since
Sept. 29, 2015
Last Seen
23 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I study Computer Science in Novi Sad and I am in love with Bridge, Graph Theory, Artificial Intelligence, board games and good music. I am currently playing in Serbian junior and women team.

Country
Serbia

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
gold medal from World Youth Open Championship in Opatija 2015 (girls U26) and bronze medal from World University Championship in Lodz 2016
Regular Bridge Partners
Stefan Velja, Olga Simić, Boris Altman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
NSBK
Favorite Conventions
Ekrens, non-serious 3NT
BBO Username
Selena96
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None
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What do you play against multi 2!D?
Talking about that 2 can be passed I like to know that partner will never pass in pass-out position. As for leaping michaels, I like to show my hand as quick as possible but I guess as most people play 2 as spades (over multi), 4 in ...
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: Q8532 4 JT863 A9
How do you act then when bidding goes 1-(2)-x-(3/4) or similar with strong hands including one major? I play that double suggests both majors, though not necessarily 4+4+.
What do you play against multi 2!D?
So it can be taken as points except when you can bid 2NT (not feeling too embarrassed about your stoppers)?
What do you play against multi 2!D?
And how do you show 15-17 balanced without stopper(s)?
What do you play against multi 2!D?
I am interested to know how strong is 2-p-2-p-p-x in your system and how often do you miss to penalize them?
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: Q8532 4 JT863 A9
I think that problem with double is that it gives too much space to opponents.
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: Q8532 4 JT863 A9
Actually I have played in irregular partnership and bid 3♦ followed by 3♠ over 3♥ (by RHO) and by double over 4♥ (aggressive, I know, but I felt like neither -100 nor +620 would be good scores) which my partner corrected to 4♠ with 3 spades. 4♠ doubled was down ...
BW 2/1: Opener's 3NT Rebid
I am not sure if I like more "solid 7+ major" or "a hand that didn't open 1NT just because of six majors (but if it was a minor it would be 1NT)". I voted never bid it as well.
Is it really just 37%?
You include fact they are from same suit when you divide it by (26 choose 6). That way you can say that in first example there is nothing in formulation that says they have to be from a specific hand, but there is that (26 choose 13). I agree it ...
Is it really just 37%?
If you want, for example, to calculate chance for 4333 distribution you calculate it like this: (13 choose 4)*(13 choose 3)*(13 choose 3)*(13 choose 3)*4/(52 choose 13) and it is because from 13 cards of one suit you pick exactly 4, from 13 of other ...
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