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Amaresh Deshpande
Amaresh Deshpande
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Member Since
Nov. 27, 2015
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18 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I am just a (intermediate) social-bridge player; an odd-ball I think on this forum. A teacher at heart, my mission is to introduce Bridge softly to children (and adults) via my Double Dummy App - KIDA. The App is translated into 40 languages.

Country
India

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pannai
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Why am I not that crazy about Bridge anymore these days?
David, interesting story of the autobiographical book written by someone dying of Alzheimer’s – because I heard the same story, albeit in a different context. A person wanted to record his death experience – so he kept writing while sipping on rat poison. The final 'line' is a scrawl that falls ...
What's in a Name?
Bridge Saves!
First three classes
N-S are partners playing against E-W. The 13 cards that each player gets are arranged suit-wise on the table - face up. The objective is for each pair to win as many tricks in No Trump. Opening leads are by rotation. Partners are encouraged to talk aloud to discuss their strategy ...
Fortnite
https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/jul/30/fortnite-world-cup-esports When was the last big revolution in Bridge?
Fortnite
The powers in charge of Chess understood a while back what people are saying here about the spectator angle – how Rapid Chess, Blitz Chess, Bullet Chess and Armageddon Chess evolved.
Lessons and Power Point
Set up a HOOL table. From my experience, it appeals to newbies - both kids and adults. http://youth.worldbridge.org/introducing-hool-by-amaresh-deshpande/
The 3 word challenge
Relationship...Bridge...Separation
ACBL Educational Foundation - Executive Director Search
Hi Chris, Yes, you can run the Kida app on Windows PC as well as a Mac computer. For this you will need to download the (free) Nox player on your windows laptop/desktop and then download the Kida app - which the Nox player will run. https://www.bignox.com/
Xmas party bridge
A variation I heard some time back from a friend: First trick goes clockwise, second anti-clockwise - alternate clockwise/anti-clockwise till the last trick. Rest of the game stays the same.
Kida- A Double Dummy App
Ian, In the example that Michael has used, it absolutely does not matter if East plays H10 or H7 when South leads HA - I just checked it. The thing is, every problem has its own algorithm and I keep improving the algorithms as and when a mistake is spotted. It ...
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