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Espen Kali Grebrof
Espen Kali Grebrof
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Member Since
July 26, 2012
Last Seen
17 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Teaching my daughter Crazy 8s and Casino
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Søgne BK, Pattaya BC
Favorite Conventions
Stayman :)
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Tom Townsend's bidding problem: --- KT85 KQT52 KQJ9
I would also bid 2. I want to show my void and my 5th . P knows that I am 5-5 in minors or 54 with a void. If I have a single, I will always dbl. Bridge is easy :)
Defend 3NT at IMPs
I always tell my students to PASS with that hand :)
What Are We Going To Do About Slow Play?
99% of all bridge players play too fast. Myself included :)
Michael Rosenberg's bidding problem: K4 AQT762 753 94
I play 2 as semi-forcing, so with no ruffing values and a minimum hand, I will pass
What's in a Name?
I once made a poster that I put up in the small town where I was living. From a distance you could read the following text in different colours: "Do you love your mother?" When you went closer to the poster, you could read that in between those big colourful ...
Pretend it is 1993 and you’re at a bridge club.
I hadn`t started playing yet in 1993 :D I started in 1996 and when I went to the library a couple of years later, I found bidding books written in the 1930s-1950s, so I asked them to replace them with newer books. They did ditch the worst ones, but ...
Where is that "very easy" 6NT post?
We all make mistakes. If I was to have a "brainfart", I would surely have no problem people indentify me. You make a mistake and you move on to the next board. As Bob Hamman said so beautifully (I often use that phrase when teaching): "Even we pros make 2-3 ...
Is this forcing? (Basic stuff)
I use 3 as an artificial F1 after 1-1M : 2 (and 2 as the same after 1-1M : 2) So for me this is invitational.
Raise to 2NT
I guess you have double checked and can confirm that your hand is balanced :)
RIP - Jan Janitschke
”Where’s the hand you held during the auction”. Jan Janitschke Perfect! Sorry for your loss

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