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Thomas Berg
Thomas Berg
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Member Since
Feb. 26, 2011
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Member of Bridge Club(s)
One Eyed Jacks, Copenhagen.
Favorite Conventions
2-way Stayman and "Pass is the weakest bid"
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Rule of 2 and 3
But then it will be difficult/impossible for partner to know what to do/bid when you have no rules but YOUR judgement?!
Best chance?
I took the spade finesse - and went one down. West had Kx in spades and xx in hearts so spade to the ace and run hearts was the winning play. But can anyone tell me best %-plan?
How do we bid those hands to the best game?
No no- they made no mistake so why should they? :) What does "J/K" means?
Best chance?
E played 5 and then 9. Opponents played UDCA. And cause opponents did not speak english (or danish) but only polish and I speak no polish I can not explain more about their carding. :)
How do we bid those hands to the best game?
1 - 1 1 - 2 3 - 3 3 - 4 PASS 3 shows very good 4 card suit. Then N can bid 4. Known as the Norris Fit - first time bid by Georg Norris and me in 1982 in a teammatch in ...
Best chance?
To help I can tell club K is behind AQ. So you take the A - and then?
Best chance?
East played diamonds which seemed to ask for club switch.
Thomas Berg's bidding problem: Q QJ5 AKJ862 AK6
I am implying nothing. But you can post a poll with partners hand. :) Actually my partner had the strong hand - and he bid 4NT showing long diamonds and 3-4 clubs. I bid 5D and we played there. With the strong hand I would have doubled.
Calling all Mathematicians: Specious Reasoning in Probability?
@Craig Which card ( in your plan B ) do you play from hand when the second heart is played? ;)
Thomas Berg's bidding problem: Q QJ5 AKJ862 AK6
Partners hand was: J964 4 Q652 Q762 5D wins and 4H down 2.

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