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Matias Rohrberg
Matias Rohrberg
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 11, 2011
Last Seen
Feb. 21
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Former Danish junior international trying his best to "make it in the real world" Wink


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Surprising the Danish bridge community by winning the Danish Cup 2014
Bridge Accomplishments
3rd place at European Junior Championship 2011, Danish Cup Champion 2014
Regular Bridge Partners
Jesper Buus Thomsen
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Odense Bridgeklub
Favorite Conventions
Transfer over 1C and support doubles
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I think the seeding system is as good as it gets. Of course a lot will be random because performance can vary a lot from day to day especially for the lower seeds. I think there bridge technically is no big difference (as always with exceptions) between the sub-top seeds ...
This may have been said before, but given that there were exactly 13 in the board and dummys highest was infact the 8, going up with the ace to score your safe 4 tricks is safe. Had dummy had the 9, then it would still be the ...
Est. # of top 16 Vanderbilt cheaters.
I don't think it will be impossible to catch cheaters even if their methods are unknown. What started Boye's quest? FS again and again played counterintuitively, but were right. FN was the worlds best pair, especially in defence. Any top pair in bridge that cheats will be suspected ...
Congratulations Poland
I don't hate anybody. I don't like the fact that people cheat in bridge, destroying the game we love etc (somebody might have said that before me?). Being a huge fan of good bridge players and good bridge I also want to applaud the performance of this Polish ...
1M P 1N in a 2/1 structure
I completely agree with Dan here. Playing (13)14-16NTs are superior in a 2/1GF system, as I see it, cause opener will pass all bal hands that aren't strong enough to open 1NT. (Combining that with Fantunes 2M openings, you can imply that all hands bidding over 1NT ...
Matias Rohrberg's bidding problem: KQ K43 KQ4 A7432
I doubled. My partner had AJxxx Qxxx AJxx - and LHO had xx AJ10x x KQT8xx (nice surprise to find dummy with J9 tight, huh?. Understandably my partner lead a (the only suit he didn't hold an ace), leading to a disappointing "only" down 2.
After 1C-1H-? (A Sequel)
I'd rather bid 4 than 2
Transfer Walsh
It depends which partnership. 2-3-card support and weak NT for one partnership. This has one big advantage of freeing up 1NT rebid for the 18-19nt For my primary partnership I play 1-1 1 = (4)5+ 4 (transfer) 1 = one-suiters 11+, reverse +unbid suit ...
Transfers after a 2/1 game force
I am a big fan of transfers after 2/1 and have used Martens Extra Length Transfer Bids as the overall inspiration when my partner and I designed our own transfer system. Basically it looks like this: Responces to 1M: 1 = Natural (but denies a game forcing hand with ...
For those who play support doubles
I think this is a matter of what the double of 1 shows. If it is any hand with 4+, then of course the double should be a support double, but if it shows precisely 4 or a hand with 5+ not strong enough to bid ...

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