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Khokan Bagchi
Khokan Bagchi
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June 2, 2012
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Australia

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khokan
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Gabriel Carrasco's bidding problem: 6 AKJ7642 --- KT765
IIRC, there was an importance difference, in that the distributional hand (held by Garozzo and Passell) was facing a passed partner.
A play problem from today's Swiss
This looks like one of those hands where, if the club finesse works, you don't need it, as a crossruff - planning to make two diamonds, one club and seven trumps - works just as well on nearly all layouts and picks up against stiff CK or doubleton CK on your ...
Prahalad Rajkumar's bidding problem: AT65 63 52 T9874
This hand is closer to 5C than pass, IMO, so I'll cooperate with a slam try from partner. Partner's bidding is consistent with x AKxxx Ax AKxxx, which produces a reasonable grand slam.
Bridge Players and the movie world
Ducking was the best move when playing against Harold Larwood.
Pete Marvin's lead problem: J74 63 AK73 T843
The key issue here might whether partner should signal an even number of diamonds when they don't have a trump, e.g. AKxxxxx void 92 KJxx.
Bridge Players and the movie world
A professional bridge player features in Krzysztof Kieslowski's Three Colours: White - the best of the trilogy IMO. As such, it wouldn't surprise me that Kieslowski played bridge.
Bridge Players and the movie world
Whereas Karl was a doctrinaire who insisted on splitting his winnings.
2 Day Trials Format
Deleted.
Change of Plans
True - very cute hand.
Change of Plans
Kit, what about when east is 7222 and returns a diamond after winning the SA?
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