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Thomas Berg
Thomas Berg
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 26, 2011
Last Seen
17 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Semi retired supreme court lawyer living and working  in Denmark and Poland. I play in danish and polish premier league.


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Silver at EBC 2010 in Ostende.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
One Eyed Jacks, Copenhagen.
Favorite Conventions
2-way Stayman and "Pass is the weakest bid"
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Christopher Donnelly's bidding problem: 953 AQT2 A53 K87
IMO 3S shows 6 spades and not so good hearts - searching for best game.
Subjective probability
I agree - but IMO South with Axx - xx - Axxx - K10xx would/should have bid 1D so a NT contract can be played by N.
Subjective probability
How? :)
Subjective probability
I play a diamond.
Subjective probability
When partner discards ( when I play the spades ) he will tell me if he has HK or not. And I will play according to this information.
Subjective probability
I take the DK and play my spades. What does declarer discard? :)
What is the best opening?
With 4-4 in minors I open 1D cause then partner knows I have at lest 4 diamonds. If I open 1C partner only knows that I have at least 2 clubs. IMO it is better to show a suit than not show a suit.
New suit forcing/non-forcing?
Forcing ( but not game forcing ) Showing at least 5-4 in majors. I bid 3H.
Some Deals Are Just too Tough
@ David. In your example (1C)- 1NT - (2D) - ? opp. bids your partners long minor as natural? If so D is take out to partners major - and 2H/S is natural NF. And in your first example (opp. bids 2S ) you double 2S asking partner to pass with spades or bid something ...
Some Deals Are Just too Tough
An upside playing Raptor is when partner bids 2 in a minor you know he has no 4 card in major/majors. And me and my partners have never had the problems mentioned above. But we have of course agreements for advancers bidding. If we have a strong NT we ...

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