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Søren Justesen
Søren Justesen
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Member Since
March 25, 2013
Last Seen
Aug. 14
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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Marc Bonnet's bidding problem: --- 873 KJ62 AT9532
4 a little hard, but try to get opps over board.
Jack Spear's bidding problem: K9765432 A A T98
4 opening bid. Agree I have 2 out side aces, but still 5 loseres, and there can easy be an ekstra in spade. And here then I see how the bidding turns out, 4 have been a winner
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: A QTxx AKQxxx Ax
@ Craig You can’t say you are in a situation, there you must hesitate in this particular bidding, you have had tons of time to think. Then you see the 3’rd hand opening, you should not be surprised, if opps. will support the , the normal bid you must ...
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: AKJx Qx x AKJTxx
2 This is the best way to go. I'll normally could bid 2, or if p are active 3 , to show a good 4-6 hand in black. The double will fail to often, I still got a 5 loser hand. Søren
Steve Weinstein's bidding problem: T8xx x K9xx KQxx
2 = minimum a good 2 Follow up with 3 , to tell I'm not joking. 3 first time will be a splinter, with nearly no points. Søren
Debbie Rosenberg's bidding problem: T3 8743 A8 K9862
In IMP's I take the money on this one here. It will not be a disaster to have only 500 vs 600/650. The problem is bigger in MP. Søren
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: Kx KT KQJxxx Axx
1 , and follow up to show 18-19 bal! A little hard then "none vul" if we have been Vul. standard bid :-) Søren
Steve Weinstein's bidding problem: T8xx x K9xx KQxx
4 There serveral +, it send opps into defence. It may be a winner. It can be a good sacrifie, this we have done every day, after opps bid 4.
Alan Shillitoe's bidding problem: Q AKT9753 AKJ72 ---
@ Phil A hand where like , will bid 4 as a artificiel good hand with club support, with or without control in
David Chinn's bidding problem: Q A6 AKT95 AJT42
3 = 4'th suit forcing. after 3 nt from p, follow up with 4 = slam invite, if not 3 nt from p I follow up with 6
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