II WMSG, Lille 2012: Quien me Quita lo Bailado…

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Round 2: Monaco – Venezuela : In Spanish “Quien me Quita lo bailado” means something like: “I enjoyed it, and anybody can change that”…and we think that must have been…

By Ana Roth y Fernando Lema
On 10 August, 2012 At 17:34

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Venezuela Open: Paolo Pasquini, Danny Cruz, Jonathan Hantos, Jose Maria Valdes, Lutz Donnert y Franco Gusso.
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Round 2: Monaco – Venezuela : In Spanish “Quien me Quita lo bailado” means something like: “I enjoyed it, and anybody can change that”…and we think that must have been Gusso-Hantos state of mind after the match comparison. The final numbers were: Monaco 69 –Venezuela 26.

 Hand 28: Dealer West, N/S vulnerable.    

 

9 8 5 4 3 2
10 3
K J 3
8 5


A 9 5 4 2
A 10 9 6 4
K J 7


A 10 6
K Q 8
8 7
A 10 9 6 2

 

K Q J 7
J 7 6
Q 5 2
Q 4 3

West North East South
Helgemo Pasquini Helness
Valdes
1 Pass 2 Pass
2 Pass 2 Pass
3 Pass 4 Pass
4 Pass 5 Pass
Pass Pass    

He-He stopped their bidding sequence before slam…and made 12 tricks.

In the other room, Hantos decided to bid until the last consequences and Venezuela landed in a lead proof contract.

West North East South
Hantos Fantoni Gusso
Nunes
1 Pass 2 Pass
2 Pass 2 Pass
3 Pass 3 Doblo
4 Pass 4 Pass
4 Pass 6 Fin

Lead: 9

Declarer won the lead with dummy’s A and let run a little diamond, Fantoni played his J and returned another spade. Hantos ruffed in his hand, continued with A and another diamond ruffed in dummy, when diamonds behaved…he continued with K and Q and a club to his hand to play the A and claim 12 tricks…and 11 IMPs for Venezuela.

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