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Merijn Groenenboom
Merijn Groenenboom
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Member Since
May 3, 2018
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14 hours ago
Member Type
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about me

Bridge player of the sponsored Meesterklasse team: Het Witte Huis

2007 European champion bridge by juniors

2008 World champion bridge by students

Sep 2009 – Mar 2011 Bridge player of the Dutch national open team

Country
Netherlands

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Maarten Schollaard; Sebastian Kristensen
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Witte Huis
BBO Username
MerijnG
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Liam Milne's bidding problem: A 762 KQJ98643 6
Completely agree, pass sounds massively against the odds on a spade lead, even if partner have Ax support 3NT might not be the best contract (6d?)
Liam Milne's bidding problem: J7 K6 AQJ2 AK975
A lot of players choose 2NT, but that should be natural here. Jxx Axx Kxxx xxx and 3NT will make opposite a natural 2NT (Zia's hand)
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: Q8765 965 A8 AT9
any suggestions?
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: 94 J8652 Q5 AKQJ
Very sad indeed, thanks Ken
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: AKQT9 4 T6 K9842
I am surprised with the amount of passers? Partner can easily have a penalty pass here with a very strong hand? You have to keep it open imo. Its tricky with what bid. If you double and partner holds x AQxxx xxxx Jxx I think he will invite with 3H?
Francisco Montes de Oca's bidding problem: AKQx KJxx xx AJx
DBL over 3D we can still bid 3NT
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: 94 J8652 Q5 AKQJ
3NT. Qx is actually quite a good holding. Opposite Axx Ax or Kxx in dummy. And even if my pd have xxx it might block or they just dont take their tricks because they dont believe Qx. 3H might lead to a contract in a 5-2 fit, or 3H in ...
Winston Chang's bidding problem: T87 A6 A732 AQJ7
Pass looks normal, but against aggressive opps I don't mind to double here. This is not such a standard bidding sequence, so often the South player is guessing a bit (overshooting) , might be a 500 out of nowhere on a good day. I know it is normal to pass ...
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: AJ93 AKQ32 AQ 76
5NT followed by 6H to let partner choose between 6H and 6NT
Sukhu Nayyar's bidding problem: --- KQ653 AKJ8 K983
I dont mind playing partners prefered choice here as in practise i have not seen a penalty pass too often, while the other one happens a lot. Here you can still finish in the 5-3 fit hearts. If your partner bid 2nt you dont know whether you have to bid ...
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