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Rohit Gupta
Rohit Gupta
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Oct. 19, 2015
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I found the books by Rixi Markus and Martin Hoffman to be good reads. None has mentioned them. Of course I love Match points over other forms, so that has a say.
The Best Bridge Writer
Anyone tried to match Adventures in Card Play with Deep Finesse?
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: 5 AKQ7 AKJ3 Q974
No. Of course you're right as far as I am concerned. What he intended was to tell me, 1st. minimum hand.2nd. not suitable for NT.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: 5 AKQ7 AKJ3 Q974
>> Partner's 4♦ bid denied a spade and club control<< Or in this case he meant, that's all I have. All had a laugh at the table when he responded 5 to 4NT. 6 is on ice(well for big boys). 7 could be fun. AJ1084 ...
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: 5 AKQ7 AKJ3 Q974
Craig why? abstained?
WHAT IS SPORT?
Losing it at a different game from Bridge. We here have one such game, called Rummy.
Is that how one should tackle this?
So why can't the minimal answer(to you) be full disclosure?
WHAT IS SPORT?
The problem lies with developing card sense. Which can't be developed, just by playing bridge, one needs to "gamble" at other card games to develop it.
Is that how one should tackle this?
>> “I've asked twice for an explanation, and I still don't feel I've been given a complete one << Why? Is there something you know which the person explaining doesn't? And if you do know it great, why convey the same to your partner?
Is that how one should tackle this?
Distraction :). RHO was ostentatiously vocal while LHO was unusually calm. Should have rung a few bells.
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