DN1: The Final
Fulvio Fantoni explains some hand that helped Zimmermann team to win the French DN1. Photo: Nunes-Fantoni-T.Bessis
On 27 January, 2013 At 14:53
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At the first round, board 9 shows that sometimes all you need is the right convention at the right moment.
Multon, unsheathes his 2 opening (major + minor, weak) and now everything is downhill: my team-mates find the clubs fit and can bid and make the game with only 14 points in their line.
At the Second round, at board 30 Quantin and Bompis use high precision weapons and hit the target:
The 5 bid shows the spades void. This is a good agreement and (if you still didn’t) I suggest you to insert it into your system: when you and your partner find a suit, if you jump-bid another suit this means that you have the void in it.
7 is a very good contract, makeable with spades 4-3 or without diamond lead.
Board 31 turns out to be propitious to us thanks to a good juncture between bid and defensive play:
Both the tables reach the 4 contract and both the leaders select the 7, covered with the K and taken by North’s Ace. Now, looking at the diagram, you can see that declarer has an only chance to make his 10 tricks: Click Here to continue reading
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