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Martin Lindfors
Martin Lindfors
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Sept. 24, 2017
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about me

I started bridge in 2017, and mostly play at my local club in Sweden.

Outside of bridge, I'm a graduate student doing machine learning research. 


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If South bids 3NT on the third round, what does it show? Since bidding a NT game after bidding fourth suit, and not having bid 2NT on the second round, it might be South's actual hand.
Eric Hamilton's bidding problem: Q9732 A42 J4 982
Mixed raise seems right here.
Donald Lurie's bidding problem: KQ A7 AK9853 KJ5
4. Forcing.
Mason Barge's bidding problem: 75 JT98743 7 T85
I am certainly not denying seven cards in opener's suit. And I'm not denying 8765432 in a side suit.
Donald Lurie's bidding problem: 9642 Q6432 Q 986
... I doubled, and I certainly don't think it's penalty. Over 4 of a minor, I will bid 4 to play.
Donald Lurie's bidding problem: 9642 Q6432 Q 986
For me double is takeout. But even if partner takes it as penalty, we rate to be okay.
Mason Barge's bidding problem: 75 JT98743 7 T85
I can't begin to understand why so many are bidding 3 or passing, but so few are bidding the golden mean: 2.
Rafael Sacramento's bidding problem: KQT653 J872 8 74
Good point. I missed the fact about 11-14, so I'm just transferring (changed vote).
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In this case you should certainly be in the slam. The opponents might still be half asleep, since they failed to make any further noise with their 11 card fit. Should you double? Well, 4 is an underbid, but the double is a little risky. I like cue followed ...
Hank Meyer's bidding problem: KT3 AKQ9 --- AKQ987
Starting to describe your hand at the three level isn't my idea of efficient bidding. I'll accept it with a less interesting shape, but 3-4-0-6 is just too much stuff to describe.

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