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Vinoth Kumar Raghavan
Vinoth Kumar Raghavan
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Member Since
Oct. 10, 2010
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April 14
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
India

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Who was over-conservative in this Match-point Scoring deal?
I am surprised no one talked about overcall styles. In my opinion, if West's actual hand is close to the minimum expected for 2 level overcall, then 4H bid by East seems to be a good call. On the other hand, if West can be Q or K lighter ...
Interview with Gavin Wolpert
Thank you for the Good work. Loved it and subscribed. Keep it coming!
Jenish Shah's bidding problem: Q5 KQ2 AJT42 963
I think the poll doesn't make sense. If original double was oriented towards penalizing at least one major, the major is s for sure.. calling for a penalty double on this round. Poll should have rather been for the first round call from West, where there could be a ...
Hand Locked
Yes of course! Thanks Kit. I had got it mixed up.
Hand Locked
On Page 8.. "It wouldn't have helped to play the diamonds first. When declarer later leads the ♣9, West wins, leads the jack of diamonds, and East discards his last club, depriving declarer of the needed dummy entry. " Kit, if East discards a club, declarer can discard a club ...
Jenish Shah's bidding problem: T7 AJ42 J9 AT974
This is very Similar to auction in Kit's Article "Death Distribution". He had laid out a very clean treatment (on Page 2) for these situations as below: QUOTE "DBL: Either hearts and clubs, 3-suited, or red suits with longer diamonds. After you double, if partner bids 2NT that would ...
Ruling After Failure to Alert
ROFL! Peter, you made my day with the quantum interpretation of bridge laws. Thanks for the explanation to both you and John.
Ruling After Failure to Alert
I would like some opinion on general bidding mis-hap situations like this, where the offending side is in a wrong spot because of the misunderstanding. I don't understand the logic of "I would have doubled 4S, if 2S was alerted as mixed raise" because, if 2S was alerted as ...
Vinoth Kumar Raghavan's lead problem: 63 T942 KJ4 QT82
no special agreement.. (would have showed value)
Vinoth Kumar Raghavan's bidding problem: AKJT743 --- AKQJ J2
Any particular reason for majority of 4S bids? Seems a bit conservative to me. Might need only A/K of and xxx or Q of for slam. Also, I am surprised, there has been no hopeful 6 votes.
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