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Narsingh D Agnish
Narsingh D Agnish
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Basic Information

Member Since
Dec. 6, 2010
Last Seen
4 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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Lead out of turn accepted and then what
I agree. A player who has a history of out-of-turn leads needs to be identified and appropriate actions taken against him.
Lead out of turn accepted and then what
Just to add a note of clarification (which I should have included in my original post). Again, a direct quote from "Ruling the Game:"... even if declarer made an honest error when he called for the A from dummy and the next player followed, Law 72C still applies. Intent is ...
Your preferred defenses vs. 1NT
I agree 100%. It is best when both partners play the same convention. Reminds me of an "accident." Over my one heart opening, partner jumped to 3 clubs which I play as preemptive and weak while my partner plays as Bergen raises. It was an utter disaster.
Save Bundy's Sanity
How about introducing chess clocks?
Declining the revoke penalty
Thanks Alex for the kind words. Yes, I really enjoyed playing for many years at the Saskatoon Bridge Club, met a lot of wonderful people many of whom are sadly no more.
Declining the revoke penalty
"... and to take away any advantage gained by an offending side through its infraction." In my case, the declarer clearly had 13 tricks and her revoke on trick one did nor harm the non-offending side nor the offending side gained any advantage (she was going to win the first trick ...
Declining the revoke penalty
Alex, I don't think you would have done that and, yes, I'll do the same when a similar situation arises in the future.
Declining the revoke penalty
You are 100% correct. I spent the next two minutes trying to calm down the lady who was really upset and was practically in tears.
Declining the revoke penalty
I felt that it was worth a discussion. The example cited in the Bulletin's "Ruling the Game" is very similar to my situation. Dummy wins the club lead and has two good diamonds. But because the declarer revoked on the club lead (won by dummy's ace), the director ...
World Bridge Series Team Winners
Looks like the Smith team conceded the match after the fifth set.

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