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Martin Lindfors
Martin Lindfors
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Sept. 24, 2017
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about me

I started bridge in 2017, and mostly play at my local club in Sweden.

Outside of bridge, I'm a graduate student doing machine learning research. 


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David Parsons's bidding problem: 763 AT AT82 KQ32
Why open 1 on 5 4 if you plan on rebidding 1NT?
Bake Yourself a Multi Defence
I usually don't worry about what happens 5% or less of the time. Actually, I'm less worried about defending Multi with a strong option, because the opponents will preempt less aggressively and they will hardly never pass 2.
Dave Kresh's bidding problem: Q965 --- 932 QT7532
Thanks for explaining 1, 1NT, 2, 2, 2, and 2. Could you please explain 1, which was the actual bid they made?
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: K43 QT7 Q86 AJ63
It seems risky to volunteer 2 with a 10-11 hcp hand on your right and an almost unlimited hand on your left.
Jeroen Wieland's bidding problem: 42 AQ753 AJ92 A9
Did partner volunteer a broken five card spade suit at the five level?
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: K6 63 AK7652 JT8
You're right that partner will be able to judge better. Unfortunately, the opponents will also be able to judge better when they get in a one-level overcall. That disadvantage outweighs the advantage, I think.
how many spades?
This should be two bidding polls. But thanks for posting hand diagrams, at the very least.
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: A AKJ94 KQ AT642
Specifically (and assuming first seat): Favorable, the bid seems normal. Equal, it seems aggressive. Unfavorable, it seems outrageous.
Bake Yourself a Multi Defence
David Burn contributed a similar transfer idea, but retaining the double showing a weak notrump hand. Search for his name in the link and you'll find that it's quite interesting.
Wesley May's bidding problem: K753 QJ96 J JT94 Read Robson-Segal (link in the above post). It's a great book.

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