A Little Bit Of Help

It happens often, that you have to guess, which opponent has a Queen to finesse it. More rarely it happens, that you can play a ruffing finesse or a finesse agains a King. But playing finesse  against a King without …

A Beautiful Elimination Play From The Marathon Tournament

It happens, sometimes, that we all make the mistake of bidding very aggressive game contracts in pairs tournaments, alhough it has a large negative expected value (EV). Also in the following hand, making the 4 contract was 90% score, …

Don’t Double The Magician 2.

The first hand history with the same title was a great succes some years ago, it was published in several magazins and homepages.

We played this hand last Tuesday, and my birhday came on the 11th of October, which was …

A Squeeze On The Defensive Line

It is always great feeling to make a succesful squeeze. To make it in the defensive line, it comes very rarely, and funny way most of the times against a 1 NT contract. Just like it happened some days ago. …

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 …