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Thomas Berg
Thomas Berg
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 26, 2011
Last Seen
12 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Denmark

Bridge Information

Member of Bridge Club(s)
One Eyed Jacks, Copenhagen.
Favorite Conventions
2-way Stayman and "Pass is the weakest bid"
BBO Username
beccamin
ACBL Ranking
None
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Thomas Berg's bidding problem: K74 KQ853 94 863
Partners hand: A A764 AK52 Q1095 If you pass partner will D again and you will get to 4H. But if you bid 4H at once will partner then go on with a cue in 4S? Thx for your answers. :)
Accusation of Plagiarism against Mark Horton
Wonder who will have the last word in this thread?! :):) Any bets?
my spingold fantasy is incomplete - what do I do wrong?
Go back to your fantasy bracket and edit. Then it works - at least for me when I had the same problem one hour ago.
Thomas Berg's bidding problem: 85 J JT9876 AQJ9
@Ben. Always interesting to learn about new bidding theory. Who else than you play this way? I have not seen anyone play this way on BBO rama ever.
Thomas Berg's bidding problem: 85 J JT9876 AQJ9
Why are you supposed to have a second heart?
Thomas Berg's bidding problem: AK7652 762 AQ 84
Partners/Souths hand was: J AKQ54 K643 J96 Easts hand: Q109 8 J109 AKQ1072
Thomas Berg's bidding problem: 73 AKQ72 A5 KT82
IMO 3C shows 5-5 and not a minimum= min.15hp. D shows min.15 hp and either 2533 or 2524 or 3523.
Thomas Berg's bidding problem: AK7652 762 AQ 84
East can be a little smart some times and an expert playing in strongest danish league
Thomas Berg's bidding problem: AK7652 762 AQ 84
IMO 2H is forcing for at least one round. Partner must not pass.:(:(
Thomas Berg's bidding problem: AK7652 762 AQ 84
Yes!
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