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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 I'm still playing exclusively at my local club in Sweden.

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


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Elke Weber's bidding problem: K2 T3 Q2 A976543
3 feels automatic at the first round.
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It would be takeout, pass = optional penalty. That's my agreements. North has clubs and heart tolerance.
Benny Abramov's bidding problem: JT32 952 J93 T42
4 last turn is my choice, but this works too.
Gabriel Carrasco's bidding problem: AKT954 Q AQJ76 3
What is 4? It's not a preempt. It would be silly to play it as a natural strong jump since we would be missing 3NT. Thus it ought to be, logically, Leaping Michaels.
Danny Sprung's bidding problem: AJ63 64 K4 KJT63
I play Multi-Landy. Bidding 2 should show this hand, more or less.
Robert Schachter's bidding problem: AJ3 74 AQ9743 A9
I don't like it with two small hearts, ace-ish hand and acceptable long suit quality. But I wouldn't blame partner at all.
Meyer Kotkin's bidding problem: Q74 AKT98432 A6 ---
If you show the club void you will get a diamond lead. In that case you might be unable to discard your small diamond on a spade.
Peter Hasenson's bidding problem: AKJ75 J9762 A A2
3. If partner supports me with 4, I probably have losers in that suit, so I'll settle for 5. If partner does not support, I'll gamble that he has a singleton and bid 6. Call me crazy, but what if it works? :-)
Christopher Moh's bidding problem: A A9873 KQ876 32
Better to play 4 diamonds + major (4 asks for the major) and 4 majors. Nevertheless, this is a simple 3 overcall.
David Sackett's bidding problem: QJ93 KJ8653 KT6 ---
This hand is not too strong for 2. It has the right strength. But the wrong distribution.

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