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Narsingh D Agnish
Narsingh D Agnish
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Basic Information

Member Since
Dec. 6, 2010
Last Seen
13 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
The very first hand I ever played: I led out of turn
Bridge Accomplishments
winning open pairs at a sectional
Regular Bridge Partners
Vish Vishwanathan, Dirk Enthoven, KS Rao
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Saskatoon (SK), Ridgewood (NJ), The Bridge Table (Franklin Lakes, NJ)
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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Interference after a transfer
May be showing hearts and diamonds. Without interference, responder will bid diamonds first (transfer to hearts) and then diamonds (to indicate a 2nd suit).
The Best Bridge Writer
Victor Mollo for the sheer enjoyment and Reese for his brilliant and serious writing.
Unusual Pairings and names.
In the Comox Bridge Club (BC), I played with Dorothy Branch on one occasion and with Cynthia Tree on another. I was told that the two (Tree-Branch) have played together.
Congratulations Bridge Winners
Congratulations, a well-deserved award (about time).
Lyon Quarterfinal Results
It is a shame that one team had to lose in the USA1 vs Bulgaria quarter-final match. Bulgaria won the sixth set rather handily (58-26) even though USA1 had their front line fighting it out. I was hoping for a USA1 - USA2 semi-final but that was not to be.
Kickback applied to Jacoby
Lot of players play inverted minor suit raises which leaves no bid for the range of 8-11 points. I have seen many of these players play jump shift in the other minor (e.g., 1♣ - 2♦) as a limit raise.
ACBL Regional Tournament Attendance/Cost Issue
Since we can win gold and silver points in club games, why would we want to sectional or regional tournaments? I am looking forward to the day when I'll be able win platinum points in a club charity game!
New Monaco Pair
so, then which Monaco pair is out?
Do YOU play any of the "Worst Conventions?"
These days when opponents pre-empt on any excuse (including a ragged 5-card suit), may be Fishbein should be played more often.
I AM SO Embarrassed!
I remember under-leading a King against a grand slam. The declarer promptly finessed the queen in the dummy. After the hand was over, I asked the declarer why she took a risky finesse when she had 13 tricks without the finesse. My partner chimed in: she was trying for an ...

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