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Martin Lindfors
Martin Lindfors
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Member Since
Sept. 24, 2017
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58 minutes ago
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Bridge Player
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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Spingold, Vegas on Twitch!
I am lowkey hoping you guys put up (at least some of) the sessions on Youtube. It's good stuff, I feel bad for those who miss it!
Golden Rules
Let me start by saying that I'm the opposite of a bridge pro or a top player. I think the bridge community should recognize that these events are partially decided by player skill and decision making, partially by appeals proceedings, and partially by luck. A solution would be to ...
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: KT9754 Q8 --- K8743
Nobody has voted for an enterprising 4. That is what I perpetrated at the table.
Moss and Demuy Win LM Pairs
I agree. Furthermore, when the results have been updated, I can imagine several more suitable article titles than the previous one appended with "But Not Really". :-D
Ron Steele's bidding problem: AQT52 QT8 J75 AQ
Maximum single raise in with values in . Could be a 4 bagger wanting to direct the lead. Could also be as Dave wrote above.
Daryl Fisher's bidding problem: AQJ954 K842 T82 ---
The 1 overcall is usually fairly solid. I am happy to game force here. Not sure what I do over partner's 3NT rebid though. Perhaps 4 if that would be interpreted as a choice of games cue bid, but it might also be interpreted as a slam ...
Ian Grant's lead problem: 53 K9873 8653 J8
2NT = 18-19? Wow. That's suicidal. Partner is a medium-size dog with a big-size bark.
Zachary Madden's bidding problem: AQxxxx AJ --- QJTxx
Don't see any point in doubling. Passing works just as well except it gives less information and options to the opps.
Rafael Sacramento's bidding problem: AT7432 --- KQ AKJT3
I don't know if I would have bid 4 or 2 last round but I'm quite sure I would have bid something rather than doubling.
Floyd McWilliams's bidding problem: A53 832 Q864 T62
I would never contemplate passing with 3 card support and an ace last round. Congratulations, you played yourself.

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