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A.J. Stephani
A.J. Stephani
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Member Since
June 28, 2011
Last Seen
12 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

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ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Upcoming, Challenging NABC's?
The only info I have is the negotiated room rate at the Hilton, which is $159.
Upcoming, Challenging NABC's?
The info we were provided included a $159 room rate at the Cosmopolitan. I'm not sure if that is subject to change.
On the road to bridge: Whist
@Jeff: Do you have a link to the contract chart you mentioned? Or send me one via private e-mail? I really like that idea, as I find my Minibridge beginning players are overwhelmed at having to select a contract with no guidance.
Hawaii NABC Needs Your Support
Echoing Cheryl and Steve, and as D11's representative to the BOD for Columbus, I think you'll all love Columbus!
Lebhar IMP Pairs in Memphis
Right, Linda. . . .That was the best we could do with the current lineup of NABC events. We had to choose between leaving everyone under 60 without an event to play in Sunday (and Monday, if not entering the Vandy), or leaving non-seniors over 10K MPs without sufficient platinum points to ...
BOD Journal Motions for Atlanta
Item 182-23 originated as a motion made by the Board of Governors. Not every motion is a nefarious self-indulgence by a member of the Board of Directors. :)
BOD Journal Motions for Atlanta
I can't speak for the NABC Review Committee, but the Codification requires a review of this event: For any NABC+ event with or without a set masterpoint award, whenever entry is fewer than 30 tables for three consecutive years, the ACBL Board of Directors must review continuing this event ...
The Death of 4-Session KO's
I suspect the primary culprit affecting the decline of the 4-session KO, and IMP team play more generally, is our steadily aging membership base. Look at the average age of teams entered in your next 4-session KO (I will try to do so next week at Cincinnati's Flying Pig ...
One Glaring Example of ACBL's Bloated Bureaucracy
@Michael: Consider yourself surprised and wondermented (!). The ACBL is indeed incorporated in the state of New York. A quick check to the ACBL Bylaws would have provided you with the answer. It's right up front: Section 1.1: "Name. The name of the organization is the American Contract Bridge ...
One Glaring Example of ACBL's Bloated Bureaucracy
The requirement that every Committee of the Board have at least 3 members is a function of New York governing law. See New York NPCL sec. 712(a) ("The certificate of incorporation, the by-laws, or the board may create committees of the board, each consisting of three or more directors ...

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