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Sverre Johnsen
Sverre Johnsen
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Member Since
Dec. 16, 2012
Last Seen
14 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Norway

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Åsmund Stokkeland
BBO Username
sverjohn
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Flying to Lyon? Be prepared. Flying out? Leave many hours or you may miss your flight
Spent an hour and a half going through security at Manchester airport two weeks ago. Know it is not London, but understaffing seems to be a problem everywhere.
Could we have done more?
He would bid 3 on any hand that could not penalize 2. But as a Norwegian proverb says: When the origin is wrong, the result will be strange.
Could we have done more?
XX from north was really a bad bid as he has support for his pd's club-suit and therefore does not want to defend. Should have bid 4 clubs. South could have splintered first time around
Should have known better?
Why do we really have CCs? At least in team matches with 8 boards or more it should be mandatory to check the general outlines of opponents system including NT-range. But if the regulators have ordered alert of other ranges than 15-17 we just have to comply. But I really ...
Richard Fleet's bidding problem: T9876 K93 5 KQT4
A Crash-double showing black or red suits could work. 1: Works great when partner leads from his Qxx instead of Q10xxx of hearts against 3NT! :)
Psychic Partner (but not in the usual sense of the word)
When your partner bids 2, I expect you should have bid 2 if you had diamonds and spades? In that case there is no problem giving the correct explanation as you will have shown diamonds+hearts. I cannot see how this convention could be played in another way ...
Forcing?
2 followed by 2 would be invitational. 2 is GF so 2 is clearly pass or correct to 2
"Fisher-Schwartz call for WBF investigation" from NewInBridge
This statement is even more sickening than the one made by WBF this weekend. I really hope they will not be able to shift the focus from the real issues.
ACBL Score
The Swedish system is called Ruter and is used in several European countries. Right now it is used in the Norwegian mixed pairs Swiss. 108 tables - 3 boards pr. round. Everyone has their score from the previous round before having played 2 of the 3 Boards. Can handle all formats ...
Adam Parrish's bidding problem: 976 AJ87 J9 K932
Isn't the shortness the reason why we bid 2 instead of just 2? Agree With Henry and Michael.
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