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Narsingh D Agnish
Narsingh D Agnish
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Basic Information

Member Since
Dec. 6, 2010
Last Seen
Nov. 4
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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USBC Final Results For Open and Women
Since this is considered a zonal championship, are the players awarded master points by WBF, ACBL, both, or neither? is time to consider an electronic Bridge Bulletin & Daily Bulletin?
I would be willing to forego printed version even if there is no reduction in my dues. At least save a tree or two.
Playing Double Dummy in the Vanderbilt
This happened many years ago. I held a yarborough on the first hand and a 24 point hand on the next board. As I was thinking whether to open 2 clubs, 2 NT, or 3 NT, my RHO opened 1 NT. I doubled. LHO looked at me with scorn and ...
Are Meckwell leaving the Nickel team?
Thanks a lot for this clarification.
Simple Blackwood
An "improvement" over Mike Kopera's "solution" to the problem (how to stop and play in 5 NT). Bid 5 NT, fold your cards, put them on the table. and tell LHO that it is your lead.
When does a "Takeout Double" of 1!C become Ineffective?
It already is. An overcall of 2 over opening bid of 1 to show clubs is an alert bid (as is natural 2 over opening 1).
When does a "Takeout Double" of 1!C become Ineffective?
I think the bigger problem is opening bid of 1 which more and more often is based on one or two . My preference: a double of "could be short" 1 is a take out double of 1 (in standard auction, the opener would have bid 1 ...
Experts playing against newcomers and director calls
Thanks Bill for your kindness towards novices. By the way, if I revoke, lead out of turn, or perform any irregularity, I ALWAYS call the director no matter who the opponents are.
Ethics applied to a playing director
Perfect hand to bid 3 NT but what if there were no club Queen. Suspecting that 3 NT "... was doomed from the actions at the other table", would a pass raise some suspicion. Is it possible to look around for another playing director who might have already played the hand?
Experts playing against newcomers and director calls
Not if you calmly explain what the irregularity was and what the penalty would have been had you called the director. And also explain why you are not enforcing the penalty (I would have gained two undeserved tricks or you would have lost two properly-won tricks). Remember, this post is ...

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