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Joakim Nordlindh
Joakim Nordlindh
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 5, 2017
Last Seen
47 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
7 club bid and made on 4-3 as only pair out of 250
Bridge Accomplishments
2017 Swedish Cup Champion
Favorite Tournaments
One that both players know
Favorite Conventions
Häxan (gazilli)
ACBL Ranking
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Liam Milne's bidding problem: KQT8 K6 AK752 A2
4. with the right suit at trumph we also know if p have the Q. on 5NT we know if p got K (or enough extras to bid 7 himself). Looks like a pretty easy board.
Ulf Nilsson's bidding problem: KT753 A K86 K652
noone I have ever met plays the way you describe.
Is this "Reverse" Forcing?
The opening 2 is forcing
Was this ruling correct?
Anyone playing 2NT as NF here? Looks like South knowing about the missundestanding passed a forcing bid to avoid further disaster. If I cant suspend South for a couple of months, I'd at least give him a big PP.
Is this the correct ruling?
Yes. Om pretty sure it should be +1 (at least). He won the revoke trick when he ruffed the club. And he won trick after when he cashed a club. So 2 tricks should be transfered.
Incomplete explanation of an alerted bid
so 'Question about spades + pass' show a weak spade hand and 'Question about spade + double' show a good hand with spades, is that how i should understand the EW-agreement?
Strength Chart for Unbalanced Hands
Lol. Thats the exact opposite you told me. This Thead make so little sence
Strength Chart for Unbalanced Hands
so KQJT98 KQT987 2 - is a Avarage holding. Seems reasonable. And i dont understand why AK is ignored in long suits. AK in my long suit make the hand stronger not weaker. AKxxxxx AQ Kx xx is a "fair" hand in the chart, but Qxxxxxx Ax Kx AK is "Fairly ...
A Psych Story
If you play with somone that do not understand that he shouldnt bid 3 or 4 spades in this sequence. Then you shouldnt bid 1sp with this hand. 100% South.
Doubt over Subsequent attack
how did you come to the conclusion that the 2nd or 4th card from J72 is the 2?

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