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Deb Dhar
Deb Dhar
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Member Since
April 27, 2014
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
bridge player

Bridge Information

ACBL Ranking
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: Kx AJ8xx JT AJxx
I agree that I should not have signed off in 4 - which I had done at the table. I did not know how to proceed. Suppose, I bid 4 RKCB and partner responded 5 - 2 key cards with Q. I would not know whether he had AQxxx ...
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: Kx AJ8xx JT AJxx
4 would be RKCB for
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Instructive Hand
Dave, Agree. Criss-cross is inferior to Vienna coup. Did not see the triple squeeze or the trump squeeze.
Instructive Hand
Winning the first trick with K and play for Vienna coup is the best. However, does not Criss-cross squeeze work even if I win the first trick with A? In three cards ending dummy will have Q9 K opposite A 72; cash the red suit West un-guards first.
4!H play problem
I am not sure if the contract can be made by ruffing the first diamond if West has AK9. East should have A in that case; otherwise East has spade QJ heart J and clubs J. Not sure if that is enough to bid 1D (see Frances Hinden's comment ...
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: AJT A52 97 AJ843
You guessed right. Their cc had they were playing Mini-Roman. LHO forgot. I made the mistake of not calling the Director after the board. I talked to the Director after the round. The director informed me about the importance of calling him after the board instead of after the round ...
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: AJT A52 97 AJ843
We did not have discussions about Mini-Roman. I guess partner would bid a good major if he had one or double with 12+ HCP.
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: J8762 --- A8765 AKT
I did make up my mind, initially at least, to try for slam. That was the reason for 3 HGST even when I was always going to bid game at IMPs - even if partner signed off in 3. My hand improved after partner bid 4. I did not ...
ATB - Missed Game
I was East. My partner suggested that I should have bid 3, instead of 2, in the second round with a 4 losers hand. I thought 3 would show strong spades but not much tolerance for other suits. How do people play such jump after double?

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