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#21 User is offline   A2003 

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Posted 2011-January-17, 22:01

There was one thread addressing the leads.

Systems in Defense:

Slawinski leads
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Posted 2011-January-18, 01:18

View PostA2003, on 2011-January-17, 22:01, said:

There was one thread addressing the leads.

Systems in Defense:

Slawinski leads

p 39 is still missing there... :(
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Posted 2011-January-18, 08:06

You might find something interesting on Christoffer Abel Arntzen's system page: http://home.broadpar...rntz/sys_it.htm
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Posted 2011-September-11, 17:11

I added some more threads today, and would like to remind everyone that I would appreciate suggestions of good threads to add. Furthermore, I would like to remind the moderators that I would be very happy if this announcement were pinned. ;)
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Posted 2013-January-31, 10:07

It's been 25½ months since I started this; I thought I would mention once again that I am still happy to accept suggestions of threads that should be included.
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Posted 2013-January-31, 18:38

A noteworthy system that doesn't appear in any of the links below is awm's IMPrecision.

Perhaps Adam can post a link, but IMO it's one of the finest strong systems ever invented...
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Posted 2013-August-21, 22:27

Seems like the link to Gerben's page was broken once again, so I have removed it. :P
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Posted 2013-August-21, 22:59

View Postmgoetze, on 2011-September-11, 17:11, said:

I added some more threads today, and would like to remind everyone that I would appreciate suggestions of good threads to add. Furthermore, I would like to remind the moderators that I would be very happy if this announcement were pinned. ;)

View Postmgoetze, on 2013-January-31, 10:07, said:

It's been 25½ months since I started this; I thought I would mention once again that I am still happy to accept suggestions of threads that should be included.

You can actually get a good idea yourself which threads are garnering a lot of interest as follows:
1. At the bottom of each forum there is a "Filter" option.
2. Pick the one which says "Sort by" (second from the left)
3. Sort by -
...(a) Replies
...(b) Views
That should tell you what the people are interested in.
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Posted 2014-August-14, 13:11

fred article link no work
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Posted 2014-September-06, 09:22

View Postdrinbet, on 2014-August-14, 13:11, said:

fred article link no work

Fixed that, thanks.
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Posted 2015-July-05, 16:05

Wow, I wish I'd found this thread weeks or months back instead of diligently working myself through the forum archives and its search function. Thank you very much and keep up the good work goetze!
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Posted 2015-July-16, 12:07

View PostTryggolaf, on 2015-July-05, 16:05, said:

Wow, I wish I'd found this thread weeks or months back instead of diligently working myself through the forum archives and its search function. Thank you very much and keep up the good work goetze!

Glad to help and as always I welcome suggestions as to what should be added!
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Posted 2016-November-20, 09:49

Link given in the first post is no longer working? In fact the domain also doesn't seem to open. Has it been moved somewhere?
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Posted 2016-November-20, 10:49

View Postmghatiya, on 2016-November-20, 09:49, said:

Link given in the first post is no longer working? In fact the domain also doesn't seem to open. Has it been moved somewhere?

Google cache is from 17 november: http://webcache.goog...n&ct=clnk&gl=uk

So I think it is fair to assume that it still exists but has some temporary problem.
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Posted 2016-November-20, 15:39

I just tried it and it worked fine.

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Posted 2017-March-22, 06:30

View PostFree, on 2011-January-18, 01:18, said:

p 39 is still missing there... :(

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Posted 2017-October-19, 18:22

Michael,

Nice work on the BBF Systems Index. I have another one for you. MoTown Minors:

General Approach:
- 1NT = 10-14 balanced (but a minimum of 7 3-2-1 points)
- 1 11-37; 1RF; any hand not covered by another opening
* Balanced 19-22, 25-26, or 29-37
* 3-suited 11-14, 18-20, 24-26
* 1-suited or 2-suited with a natural, strong 2 opening as in Goren 1950
* 11-15 minor suit 1-suited
* 2-suited 11-15 with a 5-card major and an unspecified 4-card minor
* 2-suited in minors but too strong for a 2NT opening
- 1 15-34; 1RF; any hand not covered by another opening
* Balanced 15-18, 23-24, or 27-28
* 3-suited 15-17, 21-23, or 27-34
* 1-suited or 2-suited with a natural, strong 2 opening as in Goren 1950
* 16-(bad)20 minor suit one-suited
* 1-suited with a natural, strong 2 or 2 opening as in Goren 1950
* 2-suited 16-20 with a 5-card major and an unspecified 4-card minor
- 1/1: 11-20, Natural 4+ card major suit; 1-suited (6+ cards in opened major rebid opened major) or 2-suited (will rebid other suit 5+ cards)
- 2, 2, 2, 2: Natural weak-two bids
- 2NT: 11-15 minor suit 5-5 or more 2-suited
- 3, 3, 3, 3: Natural, preemptive
- 3NT: ANY solid 7-card suit ( and possible) without a side suit entry
- Suit Higher: Preempt or partnership agreement
- 4NT: Blackwood

Responses & Rebids over 1
- 1 response waiting
- 1NT response 10-14 bal
- 2NT response 15-16 bal
- 3NT response 17-18 4-3-3-3
- 1/1 response balanced too strong for 2NT or 3NT
- 2-suit: 3-8 Natural 6-card suit HCP concentrated in bid suit
- 3-suit: 3-8 Natural 7-card suit HCP concentrated in bid suit
- Opener becomes captain except over waiting bid

- Opener's rebids over 1
- 1: Nat, strong 2 opener
- 1: 3-suiter or 29+ bal
- 1NT: 19-22 bal
- 2/2 11-15 Nat, 1-suited
- 2/2 11-15 Nat 5 cards in rebid M w/ 4+ in either m
- 2NT: 25-26 bal
- 3 16-20 minors 2-suited
- 3 21+ minors 2-suited

Responses & Rebids over 1
- 1 response waiting
- 1NT response 10-14 bal
- 2NT response 15-16 bal
- 3NT response 17-18 4-3-3-3
- 1/1 response balanced too strong for 2NT or 3NT
- 2-suit: 3-8 Natural 6-card suit HCP concentrated in bid suit
- 3-suit: 3-8 Natural 7-card suit HCP concentrated in bid suit
- Opener becomes captain except over waiting bid

- Opener's rebids over 1
- 1: Nat, strong 2 opener
- 1NT: 15-18 bal
- 2: 3-suiter or 27-28 bal
- 2 1-suited strong 2 opening in either or
- 2/2 16-20 Nat 5 cards in rebid M w/ 4+ in either m
- 2NT: 23-24 bal
- 3/3 16-20 Nat 1-suited

Subsequent responses and rebids tend be to be natural along approach forcing, 2/1 GF, or fast arrival lines. Use your current defensive bidding and preemption methods.

:-)

Brian


View Postmgoetze, on 2010-December-07, 16:25, said:

For a while now I have been collecting threads with useful tidbits on bidding systems, i.e. explanations of specific conventions and treatments or discussion of defenses against various bids and so on. Having just spent an hour stealing some of the forum's style elements (I must say the CSS is incredibly hard to read), I now feel ready to present it to the world at large.

Are you ready? Here it is:

http://bridge.mgoetze.net/bbf.html

Feel free to suggest organisational improvements or to recommend worthy threads for inclusion.

I plan to keep this updated for the moment, so if any moderator finds it useful, feel free to pin this thread.

:-)

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