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Anne Symons
Anne Symons
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 16, 2011
Last Seen
14 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Scottish Lady Internationalist.

United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning first ever match - and trying to act cool!
Bridge Accomplishments
Represented Scotland in Lady Milne/ Camrose/European Ladies/ Olympiad ladies
Regular Bridge Partners
Sheila Adamson, Helen Kane
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Falkirk, Scotland
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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Spectators looked on in awe
Indeed, they did compete to 3S
Spectators looked on in awe
I think we should also give credit to the declarer in the other room (Smit) who played the same way to go one down in 4
A difficult ruling?
I was that East, and nothing was said until the auction was finished and my partner was leading ( I honestly can't remember if his lead was already on the table). North then said that his partner should have alerted and that they were playing transfer responses. This was the ...
Dennis Bilde is 2017 Player of the Year
I kibitzed Dennis for a couple of sets in the EBU Spring Fours last year, and it was such fun! If there were more players like him, Bridge might even become a spectator sport. Congratulations :)
Introducing BBOH (anti-cheating device)
I wonder about misclicks and how this will work. Is there an "undo" as in traditional BBO? And if so,is there a time limit so that the genuine error can be corrected?
Will People Please Stop Saying Meta-Rules When They Mean Rules?
Eugene, I agree. "Semi-forcing" is a pet peeve of mine
Are Smith-Peters pants or is it me?
Sarah, I'm with you on this one. I've tried ordinary and reverse ( Peter Smiths?) and both failed on the "3 and out rule", that is if either of us, usually me, forgets 3 times, it's off the card.
Humorous Bridge Happenings You’ve Experienced
We were missing a card one evening, and checked with the next table who had passed the board. They had definitely played with a complete deck. Searches of floor, handbags and clothing ensued but - no card. Well, it couldn't have disappeared in such a short time/space! After a ...
Humorous Bridge Happenings You’ve Experienced
I used to help out at the beginners class at our local club. There were 3 or 4 tables of mostly individuals who paired up randomly each week. One evening, I was watching a table bid a hand, standing behind a lady with a flat 6 count. Her RHO opened ...
Captains meeting
I found it amusing that after the electronic toss-up confusion, not one of the four officials had a coin in their pocket!

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