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Merijn Groenenboom
Merijn Groenenboom
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Member Since
May 3, 2018
Last Seen
Feb. 21
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Bridge player of the sponsored Meesterklasse team: Het Witte Huis

2007 European champion bridge by juniors

2008 World champion bridge by students

Currently Bridge player of the Dutch national open team


Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Maarten Schollaard; Sebastian Kristensen
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Witte Huis
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Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: 86 9765 9652 Q95
In practise 2S was passed out. the 1NT opener had 3 spades and 15 points and did not want to dbl as they would prob run. The other hand also passed with 4S 5H and 7 points. It was just a partscore deal in the end. Partner hand was Axxx ...
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: 432 QJ742 9 8654
Question for the passers: Is partner allowed to bid 2D if that is his longest suit and you take that gamble? Or should partner first choose only between spades and clubs ?
Steve White's bidding problem: 52 K86432 87 QT6
What was the winner in practise?
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: JT A9532 AKT2 A2
In practise partner hold AKQxxx xx QJxx x . Against 6S redoubled they lead a dia which was ruffed and the contract went down 1. 6NT was cold
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: Q432 AQT432 Q72 ---
Seems like everybody is just bidding slam and I agree. At the table I thought without spade and dia cue and only AQ of hearts I must have a clubvoid for the slanted, but I can ofcourse also easily have qx aqxxxxx axx x or somethijng. So my Partner passed ...
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: 3 AT876 AQJ86 T6
I am not so sure about this. 5NT by us would mean looking for the right contract, especially after we had very little room so far. - Jxx AKJx AKJxxx for example.. So after pass and dbl by partner 5nt shows invite for 7 as well. Hence (5S) p (p) x ...
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: J942 93 KT9732 7
Ok interesting. And if you bid 6S straight away. Does that mean you always both pass 7c/h? Or is partner now allowed to bid 7S without any tricks as 6S probably means I dont have any tricks either?
Marten La Haye's bidding problem: KQ9 KT82 843 T74
These raises on 4crd often give problems later on. I like to play mixed raises in all these situations, then you have easy dbl now
Marten La Haye's bidding problem: A7 QJT872 Q964 4
2H is 8-11 and 3D is NF. Never played 2H as 8-11, but I suppose 4D then is invite and we definitly want to play game?
Simon Weinberger's lead problem: 982 A 863 986432
What was the right lead in practise?

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