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Erik Hansson
Erik Hansson
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Basic Information

Member Since
May 17, 2016
Last Seen
13 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Swedish junior, 18 years old


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning the youngsters European Championships by 1 imp in 2017
Bridge Accomplishments
U21 World Champion 2018 and U21 European Champion 2017
Regular Bridge Partners
Castor Mann
Favorite Tournaments
The Swedish Bridgefestival in Örebro
Favorite Conventions
Gazilli and Jacoby 2NT
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Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: AT6 Q542 A853 K3
I will :D
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: AQ94 T QJT862 87
agreed, no way you can double there. I heard that the opponents were on top of all strong and experienced players
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: AT6 Q542 A853 K3
2N and then 3M after partner shows min. Is 2N really GF?
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: K8632 764 AK4 K9
This is why you should play pass as non forcing. Bigger chance of getting to play 1N & it puts a lot of pressure on the doublers partner. You are never going to be allowed to play in 1NXX...
Erik Hansson's bidding problem: AK52 AQ82 AK96 J
4♠ is probobly meant as natural since north should have some spades for his pass
1NT p 2NT showing diamonds
Opener also accepts with Hx, if you have both m's you'll be forced to play on a 5-2 fit. It's worth it in my opinion
Erik Hansson's bidding problem: 3 --- AQ96532 KT852
Erik Hansson's bidding problem: 3 --- AQ96532 KT852
Just realised that W bid 2D = both majors and not 2C. Sorry my bad
Erik Hansson's bidding problem: 3 --- AQ96532 KT852
3D = Natural Forcing
Erik Hansson's bidding problem: AKQJT9 AJ --- JT973
I picked up this hand at the club and passed after 4S. Partner had xxx K10xxx QJxx Ax. We played 4cM so he didnt want to bid 2S (forgot to say that in the poll). I made 4S+2 since the clubs broke 3-3 and the trumps broke 2-2.

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