Posts by Zar Points @en

Zar Points by Zar Petkov Part 8

By Zar Petkov • 18 February, 2014

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We will assess the accuracy of four different methods of bridge distribution evaluation via some standard common mathematical approaches.

Zar Points by Zar Petkov Part 7

By Zar Petkov • 14 February, 2014

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The Restrictions What restrictions? Good question.

Zar Points by Zar Petkov Part 6

By Zar Petkov • 11 February, 2014

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So do you have to be aggressive or conservative in bridge? I hope you know the answer to that question – it’s both

Zar Points by Zar Petkov Part 5

By Zar Petkov • 7 February, 2014

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Fit Re-evaluation: The fact that we have a 6-card trump suit, for example

Zar Points by Zar Petkov Part 4

By Zar Petkov • 7 February, 2014

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So your partner has already opened, the main consequence being that YOU are in offensive bidding while the opponents have been already pushed in the defensive track. How does this affect your hand evaluation?

Zar Points by Zar Petkov Part 3

By Zar Petkov • 5 February, 2014

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What kind of weight to put on the components you consider valuable is not a matter of "expert judgment", but a…

Zar Points by Zar Petkov Part 2

By Zar Petkov • 3 February, 2014

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If Zar Points look a bit aggressive to you, let’s have a look at several opening hands from the just-passed First Open European Championship in Menton, France.

Zar Points by Zar Petkov Part 1

By Zar Petkov • 1 February, 2014

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Never miss a game again? That’s easy – simply bid a game on every board :-) While Bob Hamman’s note that “Bidding is only 3% of the game of bridge” may be true, if you don’t bid your games…

Zar Points: 5) The Footprints

By Ana Roth • 12 April, 2012

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Aggressive Bidding Hand Evaluation