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Mikael Groenkvist
Mikael Groenkvist
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 3, 2012
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Swedish (Junior) International

I have played, taught and written professionally but nowadays work as a management consultant at Agima Management



Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Playing the third day of the Reisinger 2013 with our junior team
Bridge Accomplishments
European Mixed Champion (2019), Junior World (2018) and European (2017) Champion, several Swedish Open championships
Regular Bridge Partners
Ida Grönkvist
Member of Bridge Club(s)
BK S:t Erik (Stockholm)
ACBL Ranking
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Segment from Hell
Thanks for the write-up! Swedish team Skalman had a very similar experience in the Swedish club championships two months ago. We won the event by more than a match but still lost a match 0-20. That's a little bit unusual but not remarkable. What was worth to note is ...
Gender Variance and Conditions of Contest
Well done FBF and thanks for sharing, Esko!
In the Well: Mikael and Ola Rimstedt
@Sibrand: Thanks for bringing that up. It still hurts a little :(
In the Well: Mikael and Ola Rimstedt
I have a tough hand that I would like to ask Ola about. You have xxxx AKQxx x AKx. Partner keycards with clubs as trumps. How many keycards do you show? Also, what is your favourite Swedish mixed junior sibling pair to have as teammates (in ...
T/O rather than penalty just means that they get you when clubs are 1-4/2-4 rather than 4-2. It's tougher to deal with 3m if you play Dbl as penalty and you don't have a hand that wants to penalize.
Guidelines for BBO Vugraph Commentators
Used to?
World Junior Final - Board 73
I agree with Mike. It was obviously unsportsmanlike of EW to have a team mate that can't keep quiet in the vugraph room when his team makes an amazing play during the last session of a close World Championship final. A PP would be well deserved.
Mikael Groenkvist's bidding problem: x x Tx KQJT9xxxx
This problem has generated some discussion on a Swedish site. I thought I would get a second opinion and apparently so did Petter, just a couple of hours later.
The Nicest Guy
I had to unlike this so that I could like it twice. Nick
the most volatile board ever? is not as "bad" but close. Worth noticing is that the two pushes are in 5 X +2

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