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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 mostly play at my local club in Sweden.

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


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Jarek Langer's bidding problem: AQ96532 Q KQJ6 7
Thanks Richard R, you explained it better than I could have.
The fortunes and misfortunes of my first teams tournament
Thanks, Steve. I see your point. I still have a lot to learn when it comes to card play.
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: A84 9 T987542 K6
For the full deal, check the final hand in this article: Peggy was the lone (un?)fortunate person to bid as I did before I posted the article, although I am sorry to say that nobody managed to win the Double Dummy's Choice ...
5-5 Major Hand After Partner Opens 2NT
It seems more difficult if you hold a slam invite. Perhaps transferring to hearts, rebidding 3, and again rebidding 4 over 3NT should show a slam invite with 5-5.
Jarek Langer's bidding problem: AQ96532 Q KQJ6 7
I think 4 is a practical bid with a passed partner and an opening hand on my right unfavorable. Sorry partner if we miss slam, but it's matchpoints.
Jarek Langer's bidding problem: T8754 AQJT64 --- J6
We have a six loser hand. I think 2 is a massive understatement of our playing strength.
Jarek Langer's bidding problem: T8754 AQJT64 --- J6
1, nice shape, nice texture and good lead-directional value. 26 Zars.
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: K A76432 T74 J98
If you want to open a weak two, you can bid 2. If you want to open on the one level, bid 1 (we open almost all 10 hcp hands, but this is a little bit too weak even still). If you want to preempt, those are all ...
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: 73 J9543 KQ984 7
Interesting choice. Erik knows the system context, so he knows that we play a 2 opening as showing 5 and 4+ of a minor. I passed at my first turn because while I held enough playing strength from a naive LTC perspective, my heart suit is awful and ...
Martin Lindfors's lead problem: Q7652 974 632 Q5
xx AQ x AKJTxxxx. Some might deem that hand worthy of an upgrade, but our opponents did not. Even more would not make a non-forcing 3 rebid... I think 3 or 4 would have been a better rebid. They are strong individually, but they are not an ...

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