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Thorvald Aagaard
Thorvald Aagaard
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Member Since
Jan. 12, 2014
Last Seen
Jan. 8
Member Type
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Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Double loser on loser play in 1989
Bridge Accomplishments
Nordic team knock out champion 1989, Danish Team Champion 2004, Danish Knock out team champion 1988 and 2013
Member of Bridge Club(s)
One-Eyed Jacks
Favorite Tournaments
Teams Knock out
Favorite Conventions
Whatever makes my partner happy
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Mixed pair lost their hearts
East should bid 4, but the real problem is the 4 bid. I really see no reason to bid 4 besides not having the needed values for that bid, it might cause some confusion about the 4 bid from East, natural or CUE with s ?
Tough lead against slam
If east had Kxx of a trump might be very normal, so your plan on a -lead should probably be reconsidered. Leading a singleton trump is often a bad idea, so on a -lead I would ruff 2 s and take the -finesse (After dropping a on the ...
Erronous analysis in Bridge Play Made Easy - Reese and Jourdain?
I think the authors just want you to throw a when caching the , as that works with the actual layout. But with a -lead, ducked, and back, you should cross to the A, and take KJ of , when West follows he can no longer have ...
Wherein lies the fault: missing game.
I think both players did some bad bidding. Normally in the reopening situation you can borrow a king (or an ace from partner), but then you have to return it if you bid again. In the reopening situation it is often difficult to describe the hand, so a jump in ...
Matchpoints blegh
Why did North not bid 1? Probably due to system agreement, but it is interesting to know if a 5-2-5-1 hand must double? Could partner have 6-card ? (ie no Weak Jumps here) Declarer seems to be 4-6-1-2 If this is right we can make 3 and forgot ...
What are the odds?
The website states: Below tables gives the a priori chance of being dealt a hand with a longest or a shortest suit of given length. So your odds each time you pick up a hand is 1:3000 that you have a 9-card suit. So about 1:5.000.000 ...
What are the odds?
From Odds to get a 9-card suit 9 card 9-2-1-1, 9-2-2-0, 9-3-1-0, 9-4-0-0 0.00037 so around 1 every 3000 hands so 3 in 50 hands is like winning the lottery Thorvald
Standard followups to Minor Suit Transfers
I used to play it as shortness (and think that is standard), but to make it harder to double the suit for a lead, we changed it to be shortness in the other major
Reisinger final round
Only display of link is fixed, the actual link is still with ? before time
Thorvald Aagaard's bidding problem: KT82 3 KJ74 QJT5
I Like these rules.

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