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Tore Marskar Eek-Jensen
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June 28, 2012
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Top Bridge Pros' Tax Woes Continue
The case as it stands, unless overthrown by the appeals court, is that they lived in Norway. If they spend enough time in a country Norway has a tax agreement with (like Norway and Monaco have) they pay their tax to that country and avoid double tax. The other way ...
Top Bridge Pros' Tax Woes Continue
Tax is personal so it would not matter. But of course you don't have to visit Norway that often if your family is in Monaco. Again I don't know the details of the law but tax cases in Norway are inverted compared to criminal cases. The accused has ...
Top Bridge Pros' Tax Woes Continue
The issue in this case is probably more about how many days pr year they spent in Norway. It's quite common in Norway for athletes compeating abroad to move to Monaco for tax reasons. I don't know the details of the law but there is a maximum amount ...
Başak Ikizkaya's bidding problem: AK93 K87654 94 6
3 Hearts is forcing, with a non-forcing hand you would have bid 2 Hearts the first time. Partner is unlikely to have 4 Spades but can easily have 2-3 Hearts. If partner support Hearts I would make a slam try. You might go down in 5 H, loosing 2 Diamonds ...
Spingold Final Session 4 Board 28
Theoretical let's say a contract either makes 1 NT or 3 NT dependant on a 50-50 finesse. 1 NT is no longer an option, so would you rather play 2 NT or 3 NT? I'm not arguing that Espen's bidding was great. 2 Sp was a small ...
Spingold Final Session 4 Board 28
Everyone is discussing as if this was the first board of the match. Context was; You are trailing and need to pick up IMPs. In my opinion 2 Sp was a slight overbid. East didn't support spades and West didn't rebid spades. Hence you 'know' partner has spade ...
Waltraud Gruening's bidding problem: 842 AKQ74 AKJ2 9
Ok, I'll agree to that. All the more reason to be looking for slam in Diamonds. The worst that can happen is ending in 5D when 3NT was better. Ending in 6 or 7D when 6 or 7NT makes is still plus score in most MP tournaments.
Waltraud Gruening's bidding problem: 842 AKQ74 AKJ2 9
Not sure what you mean, what should West bid over 2 Clubs holding 4351?
Waltraud Gruening's bidding problem: 842 AKQ74 AKJ2 9
I fail to see the problem. If partner has the ace of Spades I want to play slam. If partner have both I probably want to play grand slam. Club ruffs and your 5th heart will get your trick count up. Partner might even have 6-7 diamonds making the play ...
Better Notrump Leads Part 2
Funny story. After my comments on Part 1 I was declaring 3 NT after 1 NT - 3 NT. A former European Open teams champion to my left chose not to lead from AKxx of hearts, but lead high a diamond from xxx. Found partner with AQ behind the king and ...
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