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Sebastian Kristensen
Sebastian Kristensen
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Basic Information

Member Since
Sept. 22, 2017
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I played bridge professionally between 2001 and 2007. I took a break for some years but for the past 5 years I have played bridge seriously again.

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
The moment I realized that bridge is so deep that I can spend the rest of my life playing it and still be learning and excited about it.
Bridge Accomplishments
Best played hand of the year 2001
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Young Chelsea, London
BBO Username
silversc
ACBL Ranking
None
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Thanks Nick and all the contributors. Great idea.
I can not type on BBO
When it happened to me I found out that resizing the screen (named "restore down" on my browser) in upper right corner and then click "maximize" screen worked.
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: KJ954 AK94 83 T7
I am not letting them off the hook cheaply in 1S doubled.
Sebastian Kristensen's bidding problem: QJ87 7 JT953 J97
Clubs.
Sebastian Kristensen's bidding problem: QJ87 7 JT953 J97
We play something similar to Kokish but our 2NT in this sequence is showing 22+.
Kevin O'Dea's bidding problem: J53 AJ432 Q Q752
3NT non serious was already an underbid (I preferred 4 which would make the auction very easy afterwards) and despite the non serious 3nt partner is still interested in slam. I think it's clear to go past 4 and force to slam if we have enough keycards ...
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: KT2 KQ63 AQT52 Q
5S which ask partner to bid 5NT which I will pass.
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: KT2 KQ63 AQT52 Q
I intend to bid 6NT if I get a 3 ace responds to 4NT.
Sebastian Kristensen's bidding problem: J985 QJ8 J875 AJ
SPOILER ALERT. Partner held A10xx, void, KQxxxx, 10xx. 4H makes, 4S is -1, 5D is -2. In theory declarer in 4H has to guess who has Ax club but in practice he should not be able to get it wrong once partner shows up with A of spades and KQ ...
Sebastian Kristensen's bidding problem: 54 J962 AK842 62
SPOILER ALERT Partner held K10xx, AKx, void, KQ109xx. 2NT was the limit so pass was the winner this time.
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