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52 הטיפים של Andrew Michael Robson

פורסם ביום 23.01.2013; עודכן ביום 03.07.2016

וכעת, כתבה חדשה " 52 הטיפים של Andrew Michael Robson "

Andrew מחבר הטיפים, יליד שנת 1964, הינו שחקן ברידג', כותב ובעל טורי ברידג' בעיתונים  "The Times ו- " The Sunday Times " ואלוף ברידג' עולמי בתחרות ברידג' לצעירים בשנת 1989, אלוף אירופה בשנת 1991 וסגן אלוף העולם בשנת 2004.

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לחץ כאן

The tip

 'מס

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With trump length, lead length

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Lead from shortage when holding the ace of trumps

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Avoid minor-suit games

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Avoid minor suit games but not minor suits

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Play a minimum opener to have five + cards in the suit opened Assuming a Weak Notrump is being played

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Think before making the reflex play. When defending, work out partner’s possible holdings in the suit he has led

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Take a split second before playing any card that is not completely routine

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As a defender, lead a trump when you have a surprisingly good hand

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Is your hand better than it might be? If the answer is yes and your partner is inviting you to keep bidding, accept his invitation

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Play bridge with confidence – especially when making a frisky bid

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The five-level belongs to the opponents

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Opening the lower ranking suit then rebidding the higher ranking suit shows a five-six shape

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When the opponents are in the one contract you are confident of defeating, do not double or they may remove themselves to a contract you are not confident of defeating

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Do not bid a suit you do not wish to be trumps

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When leading a suit for partner to trump, a high card asks for a return of the higher ranking suit, a low card asks for the lower raking suit

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Do not bid bad suits on good hands

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A jump rebid in a new suit by Opener is forcing to Game

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When the first three bids between a partnership are in different suits, a bid of the fourth suit shows a game going hand and asks partner to describe his hand further

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Do not play partner for perfect cards. As soon as you find yourself saying “If”, take the cautious route!

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A 1NT Opener should rarely bid again

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If you are unable to make your planned Notrump rebid because of an intervening bid, Pass

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Consider things from partner’s point of view, and be prepared to take control if you know what to do and partner may not./S

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A victorious defence is better than a victorious post-mortem

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 If you open the bidding in a suit, you must make a second bid if partner changes the suit

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When one opponent plays a critical card in a suit, play his partner to have the adjacent card in the same suit

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 Do not re-sort you hand when you have run out of a suit or declarer may use the fact that you are void to his advantage

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 Do not confuse genuine support with mere preference

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By counting your sure tricks outside trumps, you can plan how many trump tricks are required for your contract

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Defending a trump contract, generally lead ace from ace-king in preference to any alternative opening lead – including a singleton

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Discount queens and jacks outside trumps when responding to a preempt

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Be wary of letting the opponents uncover a ♠ fit – adopt cautious part-score tactics with short ♠s

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Are you playing with a “thirty point pack”? If so – be bold

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As declarer, play the highest of touching cards to leave the defenders in the dark

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Make partner’s life easy in defence

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 Do not double a contract unless you will be happy if they run to an alternative contract

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Do not double a freely bid Small Slam on the basis of holding two – even three – aces

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The double of a freely bid Slam asks partner to find an unusual lead

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 Do your thinking about what to lead to the next trick before winning the last trick, not after. Perhaps it is wrong to win the trick at all

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When you know the correct contract, bid it

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 If you know how to defeat a contract, do not give partner the chance to do the wrong thing

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Keep re-evaluating your hand as the bidding progresses

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Work out declarer’s hand-pattern using clues from the bidding and the play to date

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Keep equal length with dummy

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 A player bidding Notrumps should leave the choice of final contract to his partner

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 When partner has revealed his hand very accurately, play the hand in your mind during the auction in order to choose the final contract

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As a defender, duck when declarer takes a repeatable finesse

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 Generally play the missing high card to be with the opponent holding greater length

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 As a defender, don’t trump a low card

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When responding, bid four card suits “up the line”

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 If in doubt, play in Notrumps after an opponent has preempted

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 Bid to the “total trump level” in support of partner’s overcall

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 With 10+ points and 3+ card support for partner’s overcall, bid the opponent’s suit – an Unassuming Cue Bid

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המקור: arobson.co.uk

חדש! לקישור לכתבה " Andrew Michael Robson, OBE " Andrew Robson has been appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire – לחץ כאן

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