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Christian Vennerød
Christian Vennerød
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Aug. 25, 2015
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Feb. 17
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Selector and npc of Norwegian National open team: from 2010 until .....?


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Wanted: Spectacular mistakes by Swedish star Peter Fredin...!
As Norway's NPC, I was sitting between Boye Brogeland and Peter Fredin in the European championship in 2010. The very first board: None is vulnerable and Fredin's partner, Bjørn Fallenius, opens 1 spade and Boye enters with 1 NT. Fredin had: 64 EJT82 QT7 KJ5 Fredin doubled. Two ...
UI issue, how to defend
Wonderful, David! :) Have you tried it in real life?
Improving vugraph
Nothing beats a good journalist as commentator. Ok, maybe 2 journalists :)
Improving vugraph
The commentators today have often the wrong approach: Far too often they start each board with an assessment like: "Here we have a nice 4 heart contract. If North finds the trump queen, it is lay down." They are looking for the solution to the hand, not the challenges. The ...
Return To Sender
Very interesting, Mr PuczyńSki! Very well done. The world of bridge needs more people of your caliber.
In the Well: Brad Moss
Hi Brad What are Your Sources of information about these drug effects?
10 weeks
I played against Collings in the European Team Seniors Championship and he was rude the whole time. But he oozed table presence and competetive spirit. Personally, I find such players colorful. But they are of course terrible Ambassadeurs for the game, and best used as examples of how not to ...
10 weeks
I think we should use golf as an ethical standard to learn from. Do you remember Jack Nicklaus,at the final hole of the biggest tournament (Ryder cup in 1969)? He gave a long put (2 feet)to his opponent (British Tony Jacklin). Nicklaus knew that giving the put meant ...
10 weeks
The Solheim cup incident is an interesting parallel. The Us player, Allison Lee, made an error; she thought she had been given the put and picked up the ball. But it had not been given. So the TD had no choice but to say that Lee (and the US) lost ...
10 weeks
Michael, you are of course right that in a 7 board match it is never easy to win by a landslide. The real point of discussion here is: do we really believe that the player would not make 7NT if he spent 10 seconds thinking? No, we do not. It ...

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