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I would be amazed if EBU clubs were not to follow such an edict
March 15
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I so love this board! Thanks, Debbie :)
March 13
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Congratulations also to Alex Hydes and Peter Crouch on winning the silver medal
March 9
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Janice and Gus were living in a flat in the lower end of Frognal in Hampstead a few years ago. It was for sale and I went to see it. Gus told me he hadn’t played for quite a while but still taught bridge.
March 7
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Yes, a great find. Well done Shireen. Those was the days - 58 pairs in a weekday evening duplicate and not a sponsor/pro pair in sight! Happy Days!
Feb. 29
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Martin Hoffman. Adrian S. Pablo C. Rob Eaton playing I think with Bernard Magee. Alison's partner that night Bob James. Angus. Ian Payn. Malcolm Pryor. And I think i spotted Dimitre Stoev.
Feb. 28
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And surely the problem with RKCB is that slam may well be cold opposite KoD but not AoH.
Feb. 28
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Surely 4 Clubs agreed Diamonds. If so, does it not follow that 4 Diamonds was the weakest option!
Feb. 28
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That being the case would you have simply bid 4NT last time round?
Feb. 28
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Maybe a WC that should be held online?
Jan. 26
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Interesting to note the lack of funding. England has also taken this position. I do rather question the need for this event as well as the ability of NBOs to fund it. A WC too far?
Jan. 25
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Replacing the weakest pair (by far) from the last trial with perhaps the strongest pair in the Country was always going to add to the ave.
Jan. 7
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@Adam: That appears to be the direction of travel
Jan. 1
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I double - as I did at the table yesterday
Dec. 28, 2019
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We know!
Dec. 26, 2019
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@Henrik: “…the clubs with qualified directors are always the most popular clubs…”

This is not true in London, UK where I live and play
Dec. 26, 2019
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Any pair playing Flannery deserve the full force of the law
Dec. 25, 2019
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OK. Got it:

From Gianarrigo Rona
President

Lausanne, 23rd December 2019

I am very pleased to let you know that the 2020 World Bridge Games will be held in Salsomaggiore Terme, Italy.

The Opening Ceremony will be held on Friday 21st August and the Closing Ceremony will be on Friday 4th September.

As you will be aware, the event is for National Teams (one per WBF Member Country) and National Pairs (for which there is no specific quota). More information about the event can be found at :
http://www.worldbridge.org/competitions/wbf-championships/world-bridge-games/

Full details will be sent out in January, but we thought you would like to have the dates as soon as possible so that you can arrange your trials and calendars accordingly. More information will also be on the WBF Website in due course, at www.worldbridge.org
Dec. 23, 2019
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I heard this rumour a few days ago. What is your source?
Dec. 23, 2019
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Unknowingly, many novices play EHAA!
Dec. 22, 2019
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