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BBO Movie: Battling Lauria Versace - Hand I by Santaj Hans

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Posted 2012-November-18, 17:11

Link to this BBO Movie: Battling Lauria Versace - Hand 1

This is, obviously, a single hand movie. The intersting thing, it is a hand played from the Day 3 of the 2011 Bermuda Bowl netween Italy and Australia, and is presented by one of the participants showing the hand from his point of view during the the competition. The author places you in his seat, makes use of colored text, and bidding quizzes during the auction. The hand is analyzed from one critical part of the play. There is no voice tract. Depending upon how long you consider the various problems presented, the time this movie takes could vary. I think 12 to 17 minutes would be normal for most people. There is no voice track.

Santaj is one of the first authors to make use of a hyperlink, as he provides a llink to Jens Auken's Bol tip on kill point in a bridge hand.
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