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Sriram Narasimhan
Sriram Narasimhan
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 28, 2010
Last Seen
14 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
India
Website
http://bfi.net.in/

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Beating Meckstroth in some midnight zip swiss
Bridge Accomplishments
Nothing so far
Regular Bridge Partners
Vijay Devadass, Jayesh Goyal
BBO Username
nsriram
ACBL Ranking
None
Copy of Basic Precision template
Copy to my cards View/Print
Followup to the Well
Thanks again Jeff. How did you get your kids interested in playing bridge?
In the Well: Jeff Meckstroth
Nice to have Meck (in the) Well. Are there any things you do to keep your edge throughout a tournament especially the long ones?
Answered all the problems ?!?!?
Thanks again for pointing out these issues. We will fix the wording/boilerplate as soon as possible. And keep 'em coming.
Answered all the problems ?!?!?
This bug has been fixed. Thanks for reporting.
Answered all the problems ?!?!?
When you are in a forum you are only shown problems targetted to that forum. The message you were seeing was misleading since it said "Wow, you've answered every single bridge problem [b]on the site[/b]!". The message has been fixed to indicate you have answered all problems ...
Answered all the problems ?!?!?
Thanks for reporting this. This is indeed a bug and we will try to get this fixed as soon as possible.
Double Dummy problem 6N
Here is the play - https://goo.gl/E0j9Jx 4 card position - You hold K AQx
Double Dummy problem 6N
Christian, Play 9 k from east a from you. back to T and exit in j and last trick to your q
Double Dummy problem 6N
And to clarify on any other defense where east does not throw a he will have to bare Q where you simply throw a and setup a trick.
Double Dummy problem 6N
The interesting twist I think comes on a spade lead. If you win A on the run of clubs strangely you are squeezed although you are playing after east. you win in hand (K) you lose the entry to your hand so the diamonds are blocked so East can part ...
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