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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 I'm still playing exclusively at my local club in Sweden.

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


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Peter Hasenson's bidding problem: AKJ75 J9762 A A2
3. If partner supports me with 4, I probably have losers in that suit, so I'll settle for 5. If partner does not support, I'll gamble that he has a singleton and bid 6. Call me crazy, but what if it works? :-)
Christopher Moh's bidding problem: A A9873 KQ876 32
Better to play 4 diamonds + major (4 asks for the major) and 4 majors. Nevertheless, this is a simple 3 overcall.
David Sackett's bidding problem: QJ93 KJ8653 KT6 ---
This hand is not too strong for 2. It has the right strength. But the wrong distribution.
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: AKT6 KJT94 4 632
If 3NT is forcing, I would recommend that you agree what it means. Nevertheless, it ought to be "neutral, waiting" punt bid if it indeed is forcing. I guess I'll bid it and see what happens.
Itzik Ezra's lead problem: 6 AKT53 432 J964
I'm pretty sure the bidding is wrong, one pass too much. Otherwise you really need to brush up on your forcing pass agreements. :-) As for the lead, seems that we shouldn't tell declarer about the unlucky heart break right away. Thus, a club.
Michael Yang's bidding problem: AKJ74 --- QJ863 KJ8
"do you expect partner to run 5m when holds 2S or 1S or void?" No, I don't. I just expect 4 to be a better contract on average than 5 of anything (or 4 doubled).
Is this alertable?
Honestly, I think it seems reasonable to alert the raise, but not the original bid. 1 in a 5533 15-17 NT system contains a 5+ card suit 63% of the time. If you open (32)=4=4 hands 1 instead (not unusual), it's 68%. Your 1 ...
What is this bid?
Ken, 3 isn't forcing in the above auction (could be 12 hcp 5/5), as opposed to 3 when the opponents keep quiet (GF). That's why 4 should be natural in my opinion.
Jack Spear's bidding problem: AJT92 2 KJ832 T2
That is why I vote 6.
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: A QJ4 A932 AQ742
What strength does the second double show in your methods? Given that it is in balancing position.

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