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Deb Dhar
Deb Dhar
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Member Since
April 27, 2014
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
bridge player

Bridge Information

ACBL Ranking
Did The Blue Team Cheat?
So, two world-class champions and, perhaps a little less talented player, and three below average players won 12 world championships in a row. How could they have done it without a -------- system? I am absolutely certain there will be another book detailing their codes. Until then I abstain.
Combining chances
I do not know what the best percentage line is. I will play 3 rounds of clubs discarding two spades and ruffing the third. I will run the J next. If it wins low spade to Q. If J loses win the heart return in dummy. Finesse diamonds next starting ...
Play Problem
If we assume that the lead is a singleton and hearts are 7=2 then West has 5 vacant spaces and East has 6. Isn't 2=2 break now has higher probability than 1=3? The probability of 3-1 (1=3 or 3=1) break is still higher. But ...
Play problem (local unit KO match)
Similar to the line of Jurijs above. Ruff . Lead a low diamond Q. If West wins with Ace and gives E a ruff unblock 9. E is kind of end-played. Leading a heart or club gives free finesse. Will decide how to play trumps later. If Q wins cash ...
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: J52 93 J52 AT653
I thought it is still a T/O double - isn't it?
How should declarer approach 3N? (Part two) SORRY - EDITED
You are right. Lead of 3 asks partner to continue the suit. Besides, West might think it is cash out time.
How should declarer approach 3N? (Part two) SORRY - EDITED
BBO Bots will lead 9 from that hand
How should declarer approach 3N? (Part two) SORRY - EDITED
I do not understand the defense. Shouldn't West switch to diamond after winning the first spade with Q? That should establish one or more of diamonds. Isn't it better to go after hearts? I would play two top hearts after winning the first trick with Q. If one ...
Deb Dhar's lead problem: AKJ876 65 QT J52
I did not expect the lead to be anything other than one of the top spades - A or K - depending on your lead convention. This hand came up in an ACBL BBO tournament. The East Robot led Q which was successful. The West Robot had A and K. The contract ...
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: J52 93 J52 AT653
I was west and passing did not come to mind at the table. My choices at that time were 2 and 3. I bid 2. My partner felt that I should have bid 3. I see that 2 has more votes than 3. I ...

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