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Thomas Berg
Thomas Berg
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 26, 2011
Last Seen
7 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"
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
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How to play this grand slam?
Playing with the odds is in the long run winning bridge. Playing for the Vienna Coup is for sure against the odds!
How to play this grand slam?
I did not notice Norths 1H. But I still play the same way.
How to play this grand slam?
Club to king in trick 2, ruff a club with S8, ruff a small heart with SA. Then KQ9 in spades and CA. Either I have two discards on the clubs or hope for D/C squeeze on S if he has Qxxxx in clubs and DK.
Crunch Time
Stay home or go to another tournament! :)
Crunch Time
But who was the best cheater - Nunes or Fantoni? ;)
Crunch Time
I was planning to go and play in Istanbul. I will NOT play in a tournament with cheaters. Now I stay home!
An Old Chestnut
It sets the openers suit as trump suit when the opening bid is 3H/S. 3S over partners 3H is natural.
An Old Chestnut
I play danish asking bid in 4C/D over partners 3 in a major. 4C/D ask for control ( first or second ) in the suit and number of keycards. Answers are: First step = no control. Second step = control and 0 keycards. Third step = control and 1 keycard. Fourth step = control ...
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.

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