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Johan Karlsson
Johan Karlsson
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Member Since
May 17, 2016
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Feb. 14
Member Type
Bridge Player
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Sweden

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Raphael Hallerman's bidding problem: KJ6 KQ2 J976 KQ6
1NT is horrible. I think my hand has just enough extra strenght to make up for the bad distribution so I double. Change one of the queens to a small and I pass.
Johan Karlsson's bidding problem: KQ2 Q42 9843 JT4
Overaller has AQ to seven clubs and the A, partner Kx so 3NT doesn't make. 4 doesn't make either but is always down one while 3NT is down two on best defense.
Johan Karlsson's lead problem: 985 AT7 T642 AT3
Well done to the heart leaders. You have five tricks in the round suits and they have ten tricks in the pointed suits. I lead a lazy diamond and when dummy came down declarer commended her partner for good bidding. Dummy? x, xxx, KQxxx, Jxxx. Club game...
Johan Karlsson's bidding problem: T93 Q97652 752 T
Thanks for the votes. Opps are cold for eight tricks in hearts but pass is still the winner. You go for 800+ in everything else. Partner has a very normal takeout double, a 4144 14 count.
Johan Karlsson's bidding problem: JT96 Q97 --- AT9865
It had a small majority in this poll: https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/bidding-problem-2-4tq5uhzqm8/
Johan Karlsson's bidding problem: 9652 T42 K82 T65
How did the auction go?
Johan Karlsson's bidding problem: KJ2 A73 AKQ953 9
Passing can reward you with +200 and a top, but partner has to lead a red suit which is not obvious with T98 KT64 J87 854. Declarer has five club tricks and the ace of spades.
Johan Karlsson's lead problem: K8643 AT62 T94 T
I think it's time to reveal the deal. You have two hearts and two spade tricks but you need to cash them immediately. Declarer has solid trumps and x with AKQxx in dummy for two discards.
Johan Karlsson's bidding problem: KJ8 A9 KQJ83 KT8
So at the table I bid 3NT which made 11 tricks. It's clear from the poll though that I had a logical alternative and 3NT might not have been reached had I bid 3. Was my 3NT bid unethical?
Johan Karlsson's bidding problem: T9832 J8 K5 KT74
1NT shows ~8-10 points. With your example hand advancer would've bid 2.
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