The Last Chance

We played this hand in a Cayne match on BBO. It is a good example, that we have to think with the declarer's mind to have chance to defeat a contract. My partner was my regular partner, Ferenc Zöld, declarer …

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 …

Pairs Tournament? Be Sharp!

We played this nice hand in a big pairs tournament with Gyuri Marjai, cooperating well so in the bidding phase as in the defense.

Let's see, what happened:…

When Every Card Matters

Renate Hansen invited us to play with her in Albena, Bulgaria, one of the most beautiful holiday centers in the world at the Black Sea.

I played with Jordan Gatchev, a very smart and likeable bulgarian player, and the faith …

An Ace Outside IN A Weak Two Opening

There is a confrontation about allowing or not allowing outside Aces in a weak two opening. We had an interesting hand in the International Budapest Bridge Festivel Team tournament to have an argument.…

A Well Planned Defence With Feri Zöld

We played this hand with Feri Zöld, many times Hungarian Champion, my former regular partner, against Cayne and Garozzo in a BBO Star match. Although we did well in this hand and during the whole match, at the end they …

When You Play, Play Hard!

We played this hand in a Cayne match on BBO. This hand is a story of profitable thinking and using your sources optimally. Even the best players are doing risk evaluating mistakes, and we have to be ready to punish …

Killers Are Among Us!

This hand was played in a BBO Cayne star match. My partner was Kelvin NG from Singapore, West was Roland Rohowski, East was Matthias Felmy, both from Germany.…

Being In A Constant Endplay

We played this hand in the BBO against Team Cayne with David Carlile from England. It was not the most exciting hand, the match brought more, than 160 IMPS in 28 hands, they won. But it was technically interesting, and …