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Imtiaz Husain
Imtiaz Husain
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Member Since
June 8, 2016
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about me

Chessmaster (used to be Ranked 50th in Canada)

Had taken up club level bridge 5 years ago. I devote a good amount of time to studying bridge. I am a solid player, regularly winning or placing in various club events with pick up partners. I am interested in playing in national events in the top brackets.  I have won (as a team-player) a couple of zip  knockouts in NABC events)

I primarily play in midwest area but am willing to travel to various regionals.

Currently studying Rudinesco, Martens etc

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United States of America

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Bridge library for sale
Or me - Being a relative newcomer to competitive bridge - I am also looking to build my library
Another huge finish for 15-year old Finn Kolesnik
Awesome job!!! Finn
Trick 2 Defense
South is very slightly favored to have the A. Ducking intuitively feels right. But I think logic strongly suggests otherwise.
How do we take all our tricks?
To handle the 5-0 split (void) - makes sense
How do we take all our tricks?
Sounds like a fair comment: That's the real novice mistake: The circular assumption that goes as follow - by ducking he shows that he doesn't have a stopper in diamonds or spades. Hence he should not have the J either. I can even force him to hesitate when he ...
How do we take all our tricks?
"Declarer could have Kx, J10xx, Axx, AKxx - or other hands" I am a bit of a novice here, so please forgive my miscalculations as I don't see to deeply at this stage of my bridge level. I really appreciate the critique of my analysis, though. I am trying to ...
How do we take all our tricks?
This analysis assumes a hcp 15-17 NT. After partner plays the Ace, you know the JT984 are out. When partner returns the 9 you know partner is very likely to have the 4, as declarer played either the J or the T. So now you should ...
Forcing or not?
Also see http://www.bridgematters.com/gadget.htm
Forcing or not?
The default is non-forcing unless you have an agreement otherwise. See http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/third-suit-forcing/ for Third Suit Forcing options
Forcing or not?
Thanks Dale. I have been mainly looking at some old Mike Lawrence hands I guess.
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