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7th World Youth Transnational Bridge Championship at Salsomaggiore Terme, Italy from August 7 - 14, 2022 - Indian Winners

  • Sayantan Kushari & Sagnik Roy win U 31 Pairs Event
  • Kalpana Gurjar & Vidya Patel win Silver Medal in U 26 Women Pairs Event
  • Team Blitz (Anshul Bhatt, Darwin Li, J Vahk, A Pedmanson) win U 16 Team Event
  • Anshul Bhatt & Darwin Li (Canada) win U 16 Pairs Event
  • Kalpana Gurjar wins Gold Medal in U 26 Women Individual Event
  • Pritam Das & Souvik Kar win Silver Medal in Open Flight B Pairs Event
  • India U 16 wins Bronze Medal in U 16 Consolation BAM Event
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    Mohan Lal Bhartia Memorial at ITC, Dwarka, Delhi from July 28 - 31, 2022 - Winners

  • Dhampur Sugar Mills (Ashok Goel, Vinay Desai, Kaustubh Bendre, Sagnik Roy, Kaustabh Nandi, Sayantan Kushari) wins Duplicate Event
  • SN De Sarkar & Pranab Bardhan win MP Pairs Event
  • Monica Jajoo (Monica Jajoo, Somesh Bhattacharya, Soumya Das, Sabyasachi Sadhukhan, Ayan Chatterjee) wins Consolation BAM Event
  • Ashoke Dey & Gobind Saha win Consolation IMP Pairs Event
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    Goa Bridge Festival at Clube Tennis de Gaspar Dias, Panaji from July 22 - 24, 2022 - Winners

  • Sahyadri (Kaustubh Bendre, Ashok Vaidya, Sampath Srinivasan, Nitin Shirole, Koushik Mukherjee, Vikrant Mehta) wins Duplicate Event
  • S Acharya & S Sarkar win MP Pairs Event
  • Lina Mayadas & Ravi Dudhane win Consolation IMP Pairs Event
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    Madhava Prasad Memorial at Riverview Retreat, Corbett Park from July 14 - 17, 2022 - Winners

  • Maya Meera Sneha II (Sanjit Dey, Binod Shaw, Gopinath Manna, Sandip Datta, Sourendra Coomer Dutt) wins Duplicate Event
  • Yashpal & Rahul Agarwal win MP Pairs Event
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    50th UP State Bridge Championship at Lucknow 2022

    50th UP State Bridge Championship took place at Sham-e-Awadh Hall, MB Club, Lucknow from June 17-19, 2022. This Championship was due to take place in 2020 but had to be postponed due to pandemic. 20 teams including 14 UP teams & 6 Non UP teams took part in the Championship. The UP players were from Lucknow, Kanpur, Prayagraj, Aligarh, Meerut, Moradabad, Varanasi, Renukoot, Singrauli, Noida & Johri Village, Baghpat. The three Johri village teams were not charged any entry fee either in team or pair events. The non UP players were from Delhi, Ranchi, Patna, Chandigarh & Karnal. UP players residing in Bengal also took part. The event was very well organised by Lucknow Bridge Association led by its dynamic President Wg Cdr GK Johri. This is the 12th time Lucknow is holding UP State Championship with last time being in 2014. Sri Sant Parkash Sharma was CTD. Sri TC Pant looked after technical work very efficiently.

    From 2012 the UP State Championship was made open to neighbouring states inviting one team each with a new trophy being instituted for best non UP team since 2018.

    Late Lala Sriram Agarwal Trophy for Best UP Team, Madhava Prasad Trophy for Swiss League Winner and Sahu Ravi Prakash Trophy for Best non UP Team in Duplicate Event

    20 teams took part in the event and played 7 rounds of swiss league of 8 boards after which 6 teams qualified for Super League. Ajay Agarwal - 107.15 topped the swiss league followed by Vagdepas - 93.02, Pals - 86.83 finished third, Constellation, Delhi - 82.95 was fourth, Jai Jawan Jai Kisan - 82.04 was fifth & Nawabs - 79.77 was last team to qualify. After 5 rounds of super league of 10 boards each the final results are:

    1. Jai Jawan Jai Kisan, Johri village, Baghpat (Vipin Kumar, Monu Kumar, Monu Kumar Anchar, Sanjeev Kumar, Pradeep Tomar) - 64.11 UP State Champion and Winners of Lala Sriram Agarwal Trophy
    2. Pals (TP Khare, Jitendra Pande, Vikas Mohan Gupta, HS Dua, Anil Bansal, Umesh Kumar Singh) - 52.54
    3. Ajay Agarwal (Ajay Agarwal, Om Hari Agarwal, Mukul Goel, CP Agarwal, Pullak Garga, RA Siddiqui) - 48.51 Swiss League Winner and Winner of Madhava Prasad Trophy
    4. Vagdepas (Kr Vijayanand Singh, Pradeep Anand Singh, Girish Kumar, Anil Upadhyay, Deepak Kothiwal) - 46.80
    5. Constellation, Delhi (Amarjit, Dr Nikita Kamal, TC Pant, Asha Sharma) - 46.37 Best Non UP Team and Winner of Sahu Ravi Prakash Trophy
    6. Nawabs (Yogendra Deva, Amit Nangpal, Prakash Gupta, PK Mishra) - 41.67


    This is historic victory for Jai Jawan Jai Kisan team who hail from Johri Village busting a myth that bridge is only an urban sport. The players were mostly under 30 years of age and three of them have played for UP in Junior Nationals. In western UP a card game of Duhatti is very popular. All these players have graduated from there to bridge.

    VC Agarwal Trophy for Duplicate Silver Event

    There was a Silver event for non qualifiers of Duplicate event. 14 teams took part in the event. They played swiss league of 5 rounds of 8 boards each. The results are as follows:

    1. Rohit (Rohit Mishra, Ajay Kumar Singh, SM Moin, DN Sinha, Jaieshwar Kumar) - 70.96
    2. NCR Green (GP Aggarwal, PC Gupta, Tushar Moghe, Vijay Gupta) - 65.15
    3. Jai Jawan Jai Kisan II (Naveen Kumar, Mahak Singh, Munesh Sharma, Rajeev) - 62.02



    JK Lohia Trophy for Best UP Pair in IMP Pairs Event

    50 pairs took part in the event. The event was played over two sessions on final day of 20 boards each with Scrambelled Mitchell movement. From 2018 the event is played as IMP pair event instead of Matchpoints. The results are as follows:


    1. BN Rastogi & Amitabh Tayal (Lucknow) - 70
    2. Anil Bansal & Umesh Singh (Aligarh/Kanpur) - 65
    3. AK Sinha & SQ Wajahat (Lucknow) - 50
    4. Pradeep Tomar & Monu Kumar Anchar (Johri) - 45.55
    5. Amar Bose & Ashish Vishwakarma (Varanasi) - 43


    Maj Gen VK Rattan & Cdr RP Srivastava - Best MB Club Pair


    VK Chaube Trophy for Highest Masterpoint Grosser from UP in 2019

    1. AK Sinha (Lucknow)
    2. Pradeep Anand Singh (Varanasi)
    3. Kr Vijayanand Singh (Varanasi)



    Posted: 23/6/2022 8:00 AM

    Sir Padampat Singhania Memorial Online 2022

    Sir Padampat Singhania Memorial Online Invitational Bridge Tournament took place on Realbridge from March 11 - 13, 2022. 26 pairs took part in the event. They played 25 rounds of all play all 6 board matches with VP scoring.The Prize Winners are as follows:

    1. Prakash Hegde & Arun Bapat 303.85
    2. Gopinath Manna & Sandip Datta 297.66
    3. R Venkatesh & Arvind Srinivasan 296.58
    4. Soumya Das & Sabyasachi Sadhukhan 295.77
    5. Raju Bhiwandkar & Subhash Dhakras 292.84
    6. Arun Jain & Swarnendu Banerjee 267.61
    7. DK Tewari & JB Sengupta 267.04
    8. AK Sinha & Shambhoo Nath Ghosh 265.10
    9. Avijit Sarkar & Gautam Biswas 263.91
    10. Raju Tolani & Ajay Khare 255.47
    11. PS Mukherjee & Aloke Sadhu 250.63
    12. Subhash Gupta & Sapan Desai 248.13


    Courtesy: http://bridgefromhome.com

    Posted:13/03/2022 9:45 PM

    63rd Winter Nationals Online 2022

    63rd Winter Nationals took place online on Realbridge from January 8 - 26, 2022. The flagship duplicate event was played in Gold & Silver categories both attracting 52 teams each with Gold having 14 team more and Silver having 20 teams less than 2021 Online Nationals. The reason could be that Silver event was played on BBO in 2021. The event was very well managed by BFH and team of directors. The summarised results are as follows:

    Ruia Gold 52 Teams

    1. Formidables (Kiran Nadar, B Satyanarayana, Rajeshwar Tewari, Keyzad Anklesaria, Jaggy Shivdasani, Sandeep Thakral)
    2. Seligman (Martin Seligman, Jacek Pszczola, Kamil Nowak, Michal Kwiecien, Wlodek Starkowski)
    3. Aristos (Sanjoy Bhattacharya, Mukund Jaganathan, Kaustabh Nandi, Badal Das, Partha Sartha Mukherjee, SN De Sarkar, Pranab Bardhan, Kaustubh Bendre)
    4. Indian Railways B (RK Jain, Hasibul Hasan, S Sarkar, Pritam Das, Shouvik Kar, P Agarwal, P Roy)


    Losing QF: Monica Jajoo, Indian Railways A, Free Bid, Sahyadri

    Losing PQF: Rampage, Liberty, BD Bridge Lovers, Rainbows, 8 Wonders of World, Smiling Assasins, Jackalls, Jupiter

    Ruia Silver 52 Teams

    Silver event is for teams who can not play more than two National Master or above ranked player (Those with at least 600 Masterpoints out of which 500 should be Federation level)

    1. TBP (Sagnik Roy, Meenu Dugal, Shouvik Das, Arya Chakraborty, Soumadeep Ghosh, Saswata Bhattacharya, Saptarshi Chana, Subhajit Chowdhury)
    2. Dr RL Sanghi (Dr RL Sanghi, Sunil Kumar Sinha, Prosenjit Manna, Pradip Ghosh, Umesh Kumar Singh, Mithun Biswas)
    3. Easybridge (Tapan Bhattacharya, Bablu Roy Chowdhury, Arnab Guha, Bijit Dutta, Subrata Guha, Tapan Jyoti Chakraborty, Asim Das, Saikat Mandal)
    4. Aceofclubs.in (Karthik Srinivasan, Kalyan Mohan, Kunal Jaiswal, Prasanth Sriram, Alok Rathi, Tejas Nitin Lad)


    Losing QF: K2, Avengers Assemble, Dilip Atha's IV, Team Saju

    Losing PQF: Unpredictables, Musketeers, Strata, Jaguars, Borivali Sports Club, Jiya, Diamond Harbor, Sampann

    Shree Cement Gold MP Pairs

    1. Puneet Gangal & Satyabrata Mukherjee
    2. Arun Bapat & Milind Athavale
    3. Rana Roy & P Agarwal
    4. Sandip Dutta & G Manna


    Shree Cement Silver MP Pairs

    1. Bikash Dutta & Subrata Sadhukhan
    2. Anupam Ghosh & Aloke Kumar Sardar
    3. Sanjay Raha & Subrata Adhikary
    4. Rajesh Shaw & Abhijit Pal


    Murali Deora IMP Pairs

    1. Subrata Saha & Sukamal Das
    2. Swarnendu Banerjee & Abhijit Chakraborty
    3. RA Agarwal & Avijit Sarkar
    4. Soumendu Bhattacharya & Sandip Kumar Mondal


    Ladies IMP Pairs

    1. Ritu & Subhashree Basu
    2. Smita Govilkar & Surabhi Lele
    3. Hema Deora & Marianne Karmarkar
    4. Anjali Karthikeyan & Ritu Bagaria


    Mixed IMP Pairs

    1. Kiran Nadar & B Satyanarayana
    2. Nermeen Qasim & Humayun Sumar
    3. Marianne Karmarkar & Sandeep Karmarkar
    4. Puja Batra & Subhash Gupta


    Ashok Ruia Senior IMP Pairs

    1. Subrata Saha & Sukamal Das
    2. Raju Tolani & Ajay Khare
    3. Vibhas Todi & S Lahiri
    4. Ravi Goenka & R Krishnan



    The detailed results are available at http://bridgefromhome.com


    Courtesy: BFI & BFH

    Posted:04/02/2022 3:00 PM

    18th HCL Online International Bridge Championship 2021

    18th HCL Online International Bridge Championship took place on Realbridge from September 18-26, 2021. The tournament carried a prize money purse of Rs 20 Lac ($ 27000). The flagship duplicate event was played in Gold, Silver & Bronze categories with Gold attracting 54 teams (down 1 from 55 in 2019), Silver 67 teams (down 35 from 102 in 2019) and Bronze 9 teams (down 19 from 28 in 2019) clearly showing that not all bridge players prefer online bridge. Over 100 international players took part in the event. The international players were from countries like Russia, Bangladesh, Israel, Argentina, UAE, UK, Singapore, Malaysia & Indonesia. Apart from smoothly conducting the championship the organisers must also get credit for keeping a rest day for teams reaching finals/play offs. It was a matter of immense personal pride that an all UP team without any National Masters "Ganga Gomti" coached by me finished runners up in Silver Teams event. The summarised results are as follows:

    HCL Gold for Naresh Tandan Trophy, Day 1-7, 54 Teams, 20 Prizes, Total Prize Money: Rs 10.54 Lac

    Day 1-2 Swiss League of 10 rounds of 10 boards each. Day 3 16 teams played Pre Quarter Finals knock out of 4*10 boards. Day 4 Quarter Finals knock out of 4*10 boards. Day 5 Semi Finals knock out of 4*10 boards. Day 7 Finals/Play Offs of 4*12 boards.

    1.Texan Aces (G Venkatesh, Anil Padhye, Milind Athavale, Raju Tolani, Ajay Khare, Sunit Chokshi, P Sridhar, S Sundarram) Prize Rs 3.5 Lac
    2. Formidables (Kiran Nadar, B Satyanarayana, Keyzad Anklesaria, Rajeshwar Tewari, Sumit Mukherjee, Debabrata Majumdar, Sandeep Thakral, Jaggy Shivdasani) Prize Rs 2 Lac
    3. Solaris (Aniruddha Bhattacharya, Shibnath De Sarkar, Pranab Bardhan, Pinaki Khan, Badal Das, PS Mukherjee) Prize Rs 1 Lac
    4. Shree Cement (Ravi Goenka, Arun Bapat, Himani Khandelwal, Rajeev Khandelwal, R Krishnan, Raghvendra Rajkumar, B Prabhakar) Prize Rs 0.6 Lac


    HCL Silver for Mohini Tandan Trophy, Day 1-7, 67 Teams, 20 Prizes, Total Prize Money:Rs 2.8 Lac

    Silver event is for those Indian teams (foreign teams require approval from technical committee) who can not play more than two National Master but below Life Master ranked player (National Masters are those with at least 600 Masterpoints out of which 500 should be Federation level) and not in partnership. Day 1-2 Swiss League of 10 rounds of 10 boards each. Day 3 16 teams played Pre Quarter Finals knock out of 4*10 boards. Day 4 Quarter Finals knock out of 4*10 boards. Day 5 Semi Finals knock out of 4*10 boards. Day 7 Finals/Play Offs of 4*12 boards.

    1. Dr SSMC (Amiya Ranjan Das, Bikash Dutta, Goutam Das, Shyama Prasad Chatterjee, Somnath Mitra, Subrata Sadhukhan) Prize Rs 0.8 Lac
    2. Ganga Gomti (BN Batra, Umesh Kumar Singh, Anil Kumar Srivastava, Wg Cdr GK Johri, Dr VK Rattan, SK Garg, Anup Kumar, Anand Srivastava) Prize Rs 0.5 Lac
    3. Prayas (Dr Vikram Jain, Kamlesh Gupta, Amitava Ghosh, Sagar Bhuiya, Santanu Ghosh, Swapan Sardar, Tanmoy Mazumdar, Tapas Kumar Roy) Prize Rs 0.3 Lac
    4. Dr Sanghi (Dr RL Sanghi, Arya Priyamber, Prajjwal, Pradip Ghosh, Prasenjit Manna, Rakesh Ranjan, Suresh Kumar) Prize Rs 0.2 Lac


    HCL Bronze for HCL Rising Stars Trophy, Day 1-2, 9 Teams, 8 Prizes, Total Prize Money:Rs 0.505 Lac

    Bronze event is for those Indian teams who can have two players with less than 100 Masterpoints and other four with less than 50 masterpoints. Day 1-2 Swiss League of 9 rounds of 9 boards each. Day 2 2 top teams played Final of 3*8 boards.

    1. Urbane Gaming (Abhishek Sarkar, Akash Saha, Sanjay Chakravorty, Soham Chakraborty) Prize Rs 0.15 Lac
    2. Crackerjax (Aswin Sanghvi, Madhuri Gokhale, Pankaj Tanna, Shruti Savle, Parag Savle, Vinesh Kamdar) Prize Rs 0.12 Lac
    3. Dhanu (Aman Tyagi, Kinjal Desai, Ranjit Chugh, Devendra Patel, Supriya Sen) Prize Rs 0.075 Lac
    4. Vagabonds (Neela Khanage, Vasant Kumar Tiwari, Anagha Kadolkar, Dilip Vaidya) Prize Rs 0.06 Lac


    Open Matchpoint Pairs for Neena Bonarji Trophy, Day 4-9, 16 Prizes plus Prizes to Top 2 in Eliminations & Prizes to Best Ladies and Mixed Pairs, Total Prize Money: Rs 3.74 Lac

    Day 4-5 First Elimination 226 Pairs played 2*24 boards. Day 6-7 Second Elimination 124 Pairs played 2*24 boards. Day 8 Third Elimination 70 Pairs played 2*24 boards. Day 9 Final 28 (27 + 1 sponsored) Pairs played 3*18 boards.

    1. Rajeshwar Tewari & Keyzad Anklesaria Prize 0.8 Lac
    2. Subhash Gupta & Sapan Desai Prize 0.6 Lac
    3. Anant Somani & Rahul Khambete Prize 0.5 Lac
    4. Rajeev Khandelwal & Himani Khandelwal Prize 0.4 Lac


    Open Matchpoint Pairs Silver, Day 4-9, 8 Prizes Total Prize Money: Rs 0.605 Lac

    Day 9 Silver Final 28 Pairs finishing 28-55 in Third Elimination on Day 8 played 3*18 boards.

    1. Swapan Some & Swapan Kumar De Prize 0.15 Lac
    2. SK Bandopadhyay & JB Sengupta Prize 0.12 Lac
    3. Sandeep Karmarkar & Marianne Karmarkar Prize 0.10 Lac
    4. Prashanth Kandulakunta & V Mohan Rao 0.08 Lac
    7. Anup Kumar & Anand Srivastava (UP) Prize 0.03 Lac


    IMP Pairs, Day 8-9, 16 Prizes plus Prizes to Top 2 in Elimination & Prizes to Best Ladies and Mixed Pairs, Total Prize Money: Rs 1.81 Lac

    Day 8 Elimination 208 Pairs played 3*18 boards. Day 9 Final 90 Pairs played 3*18 boards.

    1. Swetadri Saha & Krishna Das Chakraborty Prize 0.4 Lac
    2. Paresh Gupta & Anukul Mandal Prize 0.3 Lac
    3. Hasibul Hasan & SM Moin Prize 0.2 Lac
    4. Levy Stern & Lior Urman Prize 0.15 Lac



    The detailed results including hand records are available at http://www.hcl-bridge.com


    Courtesy: http://www.hcl-bridge.com

    Posted:06/10/2021 5:55 PM

    Inter State Bridge Championship would take place at PYC Hindu Gymkhana, Pune from September 14 - 18, 2022.

    Kabra All India National Women Pairs Championship would take place at PYC Hindu Gymkhana, Pune from September 19 - 21, 2022.

    HCL International Bridge Tournament would take place at Hyatt Regency, Gurugram from October 11 - 16, 2022.

    64th Winter Nationals would take place at Sawai Madho Singh Stadium, Jaipur from December 8 - 17, 2022.



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  • Obituary

  • Sri BB Lal went to his heavenly abode today 8th August, 2022. He was 94. He was doyen of Lucknow Bridge Association having served as its President for many years and was its founder member. In 1968 he organized 10th Winter Nationals at Lucknow. He was affectinately known as Mr Good Morning in UP Bridge circle. His team used to take part in most of the tournaments in UP and had a healthy success rate. I had the privilege of playing with him when I moved to Lucknow from Mumbai. He was a thorough gentleman who lived the life to its fullest. May his soul rest in peace. Om Shanti.

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