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Prahalad Rajkumar
Prahalad Rajkumar
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Member Since
Oct. 8, 2010
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
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Bridge Information

ACBL Ranking
John Adams - Prahalad Rajkumar
2 over 1
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Rajkumar Precision 2016-10-18
Precision 14-16 NT
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Raghu - Prahalad HCL 2017
Precision 14-16 NT
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What is your line of play?
Edited to specify IMPs scoring.
What is your line of play?
Thanks Kit, edited the text to reflect that East played the 4, UDCA.
In The Well: Chip Martel
Hi Chip, Thank you very much for being in the well! Playing against you at the table was a true privilege. 1) What are the factors that distinguish a world class player from an above average player? 2) How did you make the transition from an expert player to a ...
Prahalad Rajkumar's bidding problem: Q965 4 KQJ9765 K
Duh. You're right.
Prahalad Rajkumar's bidding problem: Q965 4 KQJ9765 K
The main question I had in posting this hand is, should we be looking to try for a 4-4 spade fit? At the time of this comment, only Drew has bid 3S. Is there a case for double to be played as showing 4 spades?
Henry Sun's bidding problem: A AT2 Q643 A8532
An aggressive double for me. Not routine by any means.
Who underbid?
The actions taken seem very reasonable. I would not bid Michaels with the East hand, nor would I take any other action than 3 over 2NT. West could potentially have passed 2 out for 200, but his actual action seems normal, as -100 would be bad. Sometimes you ...
Who is to blame for this disaster
I agree with the comme thus far, both North and South made poor calls: - South has an automatic 3C overcall - I would have started with 2NT rather than double with the North hand - North should have bid 3NT rather than 3D over South's 3C free bid with nice major ...
Oren Kriegel's lead problem: K8 AT6 KJ43 J532
In lead problems such as this, it seems to me that specifying lead conventions (3rd/5th or 4th best) would be useful, so that e.g. the 3 and 2 voters will be counted together, giving a feel for what percentage of people led a club vs a diamond.
Prahalad Rajkumar's bidding problem: J9754 A65 K2 KJ6
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