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Søren Justesen
Søren Justesen
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Member Since
March 25, 2013
Last Seen
April 17
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Advanced player - technical bidder

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Tournament director

Country
Denmark

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Favorite Bridge Memory
u can't make an omelet without Breaking an eeg
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Steve Weinstein's lead problem: A9654 AQ5 8 AQ95
First the double is stupid, if you don't know what to lead ( have a good lead ) Second lead a small spade are also in the same categories. They will have 2 trick in this suit nearly all the times, and it can be there are 3. It can be ...
Barry Rigal's bidding problem: AQJ4 86 75 AK642
1 = 12-14 and 3 2 = 12-14 and 4 3 = 15-17 and 4 4 = the actual hand, so this is my bid!
Joshua Donn's bidding problem: KJT8 7652 9 KJ93
@Peg. 4 are slamish. normally p' will bid 4 as a cuebid. Then i bid 4 , and denied a cuebid. and P will have the key to solve the problem. Søren
Liam Milne's bidding problem: Q4 QJT7 964 T842
partner hold something like Axx/x/AKxxxx/Qxx 9 trick if opps play 2 round of hearts
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: T9763 T 9763 K32
4 slam invite. It's bridge we are playing, not tennis! 4 the record, I bid 4 last time as a splinter.
Debbie Rosenberg's bidding problem: --- KQ32 K96 KJ8753
Agree pass isn't an option. Our Double have to show hearts. And therefor 2 NT open to play in diamond also - this is my choice, 1-4-3-5 / 0-4-4-5 / 0-4-3-6 regard Søren
Winston Chang's bidding problem: K9876 5 AK943 T3
In my opinion your 3 bid sucks. There are several way to continue after 3 1. easy way Any new suit cuebid with 3+ spade. 4 = sub. minimum ( many play it as 4 ) 3 NT = natural 4 = maximum and 2. memo technich easy way ...
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: K54 AT KT KQJT72
2 and follow up with 4 , have to be slamis without any single / void. Partner can have the worst hand QJ, KQJ, QJ, and a ace = 16 HP. So a direct 6 club is out of the question. If partner reject slam with 4 NT ...
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: T9763 T 9763 K32
4, a splint in , not strong enough to bid 4 - 6 just around the corner.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: AQT765 J764 --- AT3
take a safe 6, be4 opps know anything, it will be a winner most of the time. only a little problems after a club lead.
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