A Classic 4 Heart Contract With 4-3 Fit

Spending a lot of time with different (not too serious) health problems, I had to keep pause writing bridge articles. Now I am back, and I played some interesting hands, that are worth to analize. One of the most interestings …

VS How Should We Show Extra + Fit To A Jacoby Transfer

The old fashion players are normally showing 3 trumps with supermaximum, using 2NT rebid as opener to a Jacoby transfer, and they bid their useful doubleton if they have 4 trumps with supermaximum.

Their jump exception showes 4 card fit …

Great Fight for A Four Spade Contract

We played this hand at the teams championship with Eva Csiby. Although we were on defense, this hand gave us excellent joy. Let's see, what had happened?…

A Hand History In Memorial Of My Father

I like playing with my nephew Attila Vikor, because he became a great and fair player and we are doing pretty well most of the times. We played the G-20 Tournament in Budapest together. G-20 means, that one player must …

A Special Defensive Double Dummy Problem From Mautern

I played with Eva Csiby, a client of mine in Mautern. Thanks for the big help of fortune, the lot of trainings, and the constant, sharp play, we won the tournament, the largest tournament in Middle-Europe. It would be normal …

The VS Peferred Honors Asking Relay In Practice

This article will be published together with the "VS Peferred Honors Asking Relay" article in the expert area. We played this hand with a student of mine. Eva Csiby did a nice job in this hand, playing live high level …

VS for Asking Preferred Honors Via Grand Slam

This solution I invented for grand slam bidding sequences, hanging on the method, that after discovering our strength and keycards, we can discover special, preferred honors in partner's hand, which have main importance not only via grand slam, but also …

A Wonderful 3NT Declarer Play Problem

We played this hand With Feri Zöld, my regular partner, against Jimmy Cayne and Dano Defalco. Feri played this hand wonderfully, I still decided to show this hand as a problem, because it worth wasting time to solve it. Let's …

A Nice Defence From Mautern, Austria

We played this hand against Nanev-Danailov, national players of  Bulgaria, my partner was G. Marjai from Hungary. We had a great run, and we won also in this match, thanks for the solid performance of the team. At the end …

A Little Bit Of Everything

My nephew, Attila Vikor was the declarer player in a BBO team match. Although the bidding was a little bit extravagant, the declarer play contented two beautiful steps, an end-play and a Guilmard Coup.…

VS for the 4NT Quantitative

The 4NT quantitative slam invitation bid is something every bridge player uses, but it's important to clear up a few things about this convention. Usually when the 3NT would have been a natural sign-off, the 4NT is a natural, non-forcing …

VS for “When our cuebid in competition is doubled”

It happens very often, that we are strong in a competing situation, and we get doubled after our forcing cuebid or 4th suit forcing bid.

In order to function efficiently, a good partnership should be on common grounds in this …

Lavinthal Convention

If we think that partner has led a singleton and we gain the lead, then we return the suit to give him a ruff (providing he has trumps, i.e. not after trumps were drawn), partner's next problem is going to …

Lebensohl and Its Variations

The Lebensohl Fast or Slow convention can be extremely useful in competitive situations, especially where the game contract is still available.…