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Thomas Berg
Thomas Berg
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 26, 2011
Last Seen
22 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Semi retired supreme court lawyer living and working  in Denmark and Poland. I play in danish and polish premier league.


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Silver at EBC 2010 in Ostende.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
One Eyed Jacks, Copenhagen.
Favorite Conventions
2-way Stayman and "Pass is the weakest bid"
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Technical question: is this 3!h bid forcing
Then it is the 2S bid which is forcing and not the 3H bid.;)
Technical question: is this 3!h bid forcing
When your partner force YOU to bid by his 2S bid - then your bid IMO can not be forcing.
Against suits, playing 3rd from even, low from odd,
If pip is too important you lead 4`th. :)
How do you play 5!h in this sequence?
Any way - this is the way I have bid with my partners since 1974. We all grew up with Acol and a little Standard American. :) With your example I bid 3S. IMO the most important in a situation like this is to find out the quality of the heart suit.
How do you play 5!h in this sequence?
Asking for quality of heart suit. Better than expected or not? :) If I am looking for slam missing a spade control I cuebid 5C. And if I have a strong hand with clubs or diamonds I do not double but bid game in the suit.
Thomas Berg's lead problem: T7432 T65 984 KJ
The only lead to give declarer a problem is 5 or 6. Then he must guess correct later to take 10 tricks.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
@Damo Noir So it is only a hypothesis. :)
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
@Damo Nair Did they (Belladonna - Avarelli) or did they not change their system from 1959 to 1966?
You be the judge!
Partners hand was: AK8 K9 AK1072 AQ5 Table number 2 open room.
You be the judge!
It is the only option when partner has denied a club control!

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