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Selena Pepić
Selena Pepić
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Basic Information

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

I study Computer Science at ETH in Zurich and I am in love with bridge, discrete mathematics and other parts of theoretical computer science, 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
Olga Simic, Darko Parezanin
Member of Bridge Club(s)
NSBK
Favorite Conventions
Ekrens, non-serious 3NT
BBO Username
Selena96
ACBL Ranking
None
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Selena Pepić's bidding problem: --- KT83 AQJ63 AK63
Yes, I did not state my arguments for bidding redouble, you are right and I do have more information. I still think partner should always bid 3 with 5 clubs when I redouble. What I wanted to say is that I know that partner will never bid 1NT had ...
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: --- KT83 AQJ63 AK63
I agree with idea that redouble should be clear but I thought this redouble is clear. The thing is that I am still not sure neither that partner bids 3 always with four cards nor that my partner still can't have something like 6133 and absolute zero. The ...
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: --- KT83 AQJ63 AK63
For me 1NT seems like impossible bid. Double from north is likely to be 16+, knowing my RHO really well, she probably has 18+ (: So imo probability that partner has more than 4-5 points tends to zero, especially when partner is a conservative player as mine was. I didn't ...
Selena Pepić's bidding problem: --- KT83 AQJ63 AK63
I completely agree.
What is 4!H?
Michal, I only said that with 4 spades and 5-6 clubs South can start with double. I think a lot of people use this approach. And I didn't say everything is forcing, but everything is forcing after partner bids 3.
What is 4!H?
I thought you play something like that but what do you do with 1363 without a heart stopper or too strong hand to bid 3NT, no solid diamonds. If you start with 3, what does partner do with 4324 and no heart stopper as well?
What is 4!H?
I am not the one supporting that x promises 4 cards, but the other method has as many disadvantages as this one.
What is 4!H?
I agree with that, but does any of those bids set diamonds as trumps?
What is 4!H?
I have the same question for you as I mentioned above, how do you bid hand A xxx AKT9xx AQx opposite KJTx x(x) Qx(x) Kxxxx 4135 or 4225?
What is 4!H?
I disagree. If South begins with 3 should North bid 3NT with both heart stopper and 4 spades or 3? If he bids 3 partner will not bid 3NT without a stopper. This also answers your second question. If he has Qx or Qxx in diamonds and ...
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