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Lars Andersson
Lars Andersson
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 22, 2012
Last Seen
17 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Pretty good!


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
World Championship silver medal with EvaLiss Göthe in first international championship. Outplaying Nickell with 48 imps in Lille. Reading Zias notes on me in Bermuda Bowl then winning with 72 imps over 14 boards (Martel-Stansby-Zia-Rosenberg). Partnering Hugh Ross with Sammy Kehela and Zia kibbitzing in Geneva 1990
Bridge Accomplishments
World, European and Scandinavian runnerup :( Manytime national Champion
Favorite Tournaments
European Championships
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Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
I am sorry, I didn't get that nuance. Arguably, the actual case is complex enough in itself so a hypothetical discussion might prove even more daunting. That never stopped anyone here before though.
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
I fully agree with Michael on these issues almost every time. The consequence, what Jim describes, is that a lot of pros who are good client-handlers would suffer in their income. That is fine with me and for bridge in general. In the specific case of this deal I disagree ...
Greco Wins 2018 Player of the Year
Congrats! Very deserving
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
What we have to remember is that top players are competitive, maybe rash and very focused on winning. I don't want to judge how to handle a pressurized situation like this. Looking at it from home and with ample time to consider I find EW were too focused on ...
Fantoni & Nunes: Abandonment of Appeal
Thanks for sharing Giovanni! Looking at the career of Fantoni-Nunes an educated guess is that they started cheating once they were kicked of the Angelini team and replaced by cheaters Buratti-Lanzarotti. They returned as world beaters a few years later. Who coached them to this?
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
"... intentionally he offered this extra time to his partner ..." I think you are way in the wrong to offer this statement. South was just human, surprised that his/hers world class opponent could bid so horribly and tried to figure out if a double asked for a club or diamond ...
Fantoni & Nunes: Abandonment of Appeal
Yes, an obvious advantage. Like Zuccelli (or was it the other guy) teaching Fantoni in the national junior team. Similarily to Chiradia going to Brazil to coach.
Fantoni & Nunes: Abandonment of Appeal
Must be great to be an aspiring italian player and have these guys competing again!
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
A) beating 7N when 7 is making is a top B) South is not a top pro (as far as i know)
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
Having seen all keycards levin would surely have bid 5N or similar to confirm everything and be able to suggest 7N. That is a conclusion easy to draw playing against him, being a great player has a price that way.

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