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Allan Graves
Allan Graves
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Member Since
March 19, 2011
Last Seen
April 23
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Bridge Teacher and professional player Interested in : Bridge Teaching focus and methods Meditation ( Mindfullness /Awareness training ) practice for bridge players. Member Canadian bridge Hall of Fame , 2017 Senior world Champion , 15 Canadian and USA National Championships.  Feel free to contact me for more information and resources. University major and credentials in Student Centered Education. 

Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Favorite Conventions
18-19 balanced 2D opener
BBO Username
algraves
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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PhD Funding for the Sociology of Bridge
What a wonderful program.
Finally...
Thanks
Finally...
I just logged in , a day late and a dollar short of course , I like the idea of the first club pitch from two . I am going to remember that. The wooden diamond reminds of an article perhaps by Kit titiled " the useless fifth " ,
An Absurd ACBL Procedure
I couldn't agree more with Debbie . Use Truscott cards that also have the table letter and # and then use the caddies Justice must be seen to be done and it is utterly trivial to provide the solution using existing practices and resources.
I've never seen this before
If you are somehow playing in a game where the players might forget what the final contract is, how on earth could you enjoy getting a good result by an opponent's error caused by them not remembering what the final contract was?
LEVINE Wins Senior KO
Well done
SCHWARTZ Wins Open BAM
well done richie
Hugh Ross 1937-2017
Yes I played against Andrew often back in the old Vancouver days. And would occasionally have coffee with him in a Granville deli we both frequented . I agree with everything said about the Ross brothers . Sad .
RIP Steve Landen
I am saddened by this news. I wish Lynn well. Great player in his day.
Retiring TD -- Roger Putnam
I was born and raised in Vancouver BC and played a lot of bridge in Seattle from 1966 until the late seventies I certainly agree with everything said. He Took up directing when he was quite young . When he first came into bridge he was a very talented player. He ...
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