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Prahalad Rajkumar
Prahalad Rajkumar
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 8, 2010
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

ACBL Ranking
John Adams - Prahalad Rajkumar
2 over 1
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Rajkumar Precision 2016-10-18
Precision 14-16 NT
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Raghu - Prahalad HCL 2017
Precision 14-16 NT
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An Unusual Squeeze (what else?)
Loved the position and the article!
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: 963 K8762 Q7 J53
Experienced partnerships have reasonable methods over (3X) 3NT. I suppose who you're playing against should be taken into consideration.
What is the best line in 2!S?
A spade gains only when RHO has Qxx. It is tempting to lead a club, but I think a diamond is better. If LHO wins, he is endplayed in four suits. if RHO wins, my QJ assures us of a diamond trick.
Three Player Bridge
We play a variant where each of the three players are dealt 17 cards, and dummy is dealt 1. Each player discards 4 cards with (at least) 4 points. Dummy therefore is known to have at least 12 points (unless someone was dealt less than 4 points). Players then bid ...
How would you play 3NT
Right, the lack of dummy entries is what makes this a problem (if dummy had one more entry, we can play the Q on the second round and have enough entries to setup diamonds even if West has four diamonds).
How would you play 3NT
Kit, on the A if East plays the 4 and West plays the T or 9, I assume you play the queen? In other words, in the case where East played the J or T, is the reason you duck West’s card is restricted choice?
Prahalad Rajkumar's bidding problem: AJ97 AKQJ63 --- K97
No, it would not (though a trump asking bid would be perfect for this hand).
Congratulations to John Adams
Congrats John! Here is wishing that you make Grand Life Master soon!
Thanks, Fred Gitelman
Thanks Fred and Sheri for the bridge education products, especially Bridge Master and the deals of the week. I have enjoyed and greatly benefited from them.
Curtis Cheek Wins 2019 Lazard Sportsmanship Award
Congratulations! Very well deserved. My Dad played against Curtis Cheek and a client in 2009; on one deal, Curtis’ partner did not see an initial bid, which led to a ridiculous auction, and they conceded a -2000 penalty. My Dad recounts that Curtis went out of his way to comfort ...

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