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Rajesh Tibrewala
Rajesh Tibrewala
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 26, 2014
Last Seen
June 17
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Am 47 years old. Have been playing competitive bridge for about 15 years. Started bridge about 30 years back, but work took priority. Was a software engineer for 17 years. Worked at Motorola, Microsoft and Intuit. Retired from the profession about ten years back, and have spent most of the time trying to discover myself. 

 

Morten's visit to India in Feb 2017, coupled with the enthusiasm of the children from Raibidpura, the village with the highest density of bridge players in the world, for the game of bridge acted as catalysts for me to start my second innings. And of course,  Amaresh's spirit and Simon Stocken's positivity played a big role too.

 

My life mission now is education through bridge. I am appalled at the current education system in India, and I think bridge at schools can provide a breather to the children, if taught the right way. 

 

Can hold my cards in national level tournaments. Visualisation is one of my greatest strengths. And match points my favourite format as I like to take risks. I believe in hard work off the table when playing serious bridge. 

Country
India

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Played Quarter Finals in National Open tournaments on a few occasions, Finished 7th at HCL Open Pairs 2016 with quite a few international pairs in the fray.
Favorite Conventions
Non-serious 3N in gf auctions with Major fits
BBO Username
r_tibre
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None
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Rajesh Tibrewala's bidding problem: --- 2 AJTxxxx KQxxx
I presume 4 is forcing.
Entries are open for the Michael Seamon Junior USBC
Thanks Jan!
Entries are open for the Michael Seamon Junior USBC
Is there a link to the details about the WYBT at China? Couldn't find any on the WBF site
Stolen Cue
If double is penalty in the first case, and you pass when you do not have a stopper or a penalty, what does partner do with Qx Akx Qxx JTxxx on your pass? Is partner's double now penalty?
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: --- AJT93 AKJ72 J32
2N, assuming good-bad is an option. 3 would be a bigger hand
Bachelor´s thesis involving bridge and youth
Did your dream come true? If yes, can I get a peek it?
How to play trumps ?
I think W is almost marked with a picture... kq and no ak. A forcing pass on 5. So I play w for k at least.
Rajesh Tibrewala's bidding problem: xx T KQxx AKQxxx
Thanks to all who voted. It was a hypothetical holding. The actual holding was JTxx T 86 AKQTxx. I think I got the vulnerability wrong too. On the actual deal, both were NV and opps reached 6.
Rajesh Tibrewala's bidding problem: xx T KQxx AKQxxx
You have the T, and 8. Can be significant I agree.
Rest days
Mindfulness and meditation practice helps a lot in building endurance as far as my personal experience goes.
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