Join Bridge Winners

Bridge Winners Profile for Khokan Bagchi

Khokan Bagchi
Khokan Bagchi
  • 0
    Following
  • 17
    Followers
  • 22
    Posts
  • 7
    Favorites

Basic Information

Member Since
June 2, 2012
Last Seen
7 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Australia

Bridge Information

BBO Username
khokan
ACBL Ranking
None
Sorry, this user has no cards yet.
What's the best matchpoint line? Common game board 24 from 6/25.
Win da in dummy and lead a low club to cj.
Opinion on ruling whether any damage to defenders happened because of different explanations
A poor decision by the Director, with an even poorer rationale, which should be overturned.
Numan Bakar's bidding problem: T863 J65 QT Q853
David C - I think you're right that a takeout double is anti-percentage, mostly because of our inadequate heart support. 3S is probably the better call.
Numan Bakar's bidding problem: T863 J65 QT Q853
Opponents have been known to revoke.
Numan Bakar's bidding problem: T863 J65 QT Q853
This is a routine takeout double as a passed hand. We could have a grand slam opposite the right hand.
Can you play this slam?
A slight improvement might be to cash the CA before leading the H10.
ATB, if any, for this missed slam
"4♦ is more flexible than 5♠ immediately, I might get useful information." It's hard to see what useful information you could get, given that you have effectively a one-suiter. Maybe partner will bid 5C with e.g. Axx Axx xx KQxxx?
ATB, if any, for this missed slam
Why do all these example hands have the magical singleton diamond? I guess partner isn't allowed to double with Axx Axxx xx KQJx, or similar. Given the preempt, 11 tricks is odds-against and, on a bad day, you could go down in 4S.
ATB, if any, for this missed slam
Why not just bid 5S over partner's double, if that's your approach? Personally, I think that's a losing proposition opposite a balancing double.
ATB, if any, for this missed slam
"(b) A cue-bid by West followed by 4♠ shows a hand too strong for a (already strength showing) jump advance of 4♠." Not a very useful way to play - see my earlier comment. BTW, I meant to write in my initial comment that 4D followed by 4S by west (not ...
Not following anyone yet
.

Bottom Home Top