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Barry Plotkin
Barry Plotkin
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Oct. 2, 2013
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Multi 2D/Mini-Multi 2D and the new ACBL convention charts
This should ABSOLUTELY have been done. The ACBL's refusal to come into the modern world is one of the many things choking the game we love.
Hawaii NABC Childcare CANCELLED
How the hell do you do this to people on this short notice? **** the ACBL.
Lightening Strikes Twice
Many, many moons ago I was playing in a club game, and one opponent got back to the table a couple of minutes after the round started. My partner jokingly said "We played them for you already. All three boards, in 7NT making." I think you might know the nest ...
Anyone who is found to have cheated in an ACBL sanctioned event, at any level, should be banned from the ACBL and ANY ACBL-sanctioned event, permanently.
No, Peg, but attitudes like yours--which I'm shocked to see from a player of your ability and experience--surely will kill the game.
Anyone who is found to have cheated in an ACBL sanctioned event, at any level, should be banned from the ACBL and ANY ACBL-sanctioned event, permanently.
If you think looking at hands yet to be played is a "less serious" form of cheating, I don't think I'd want to play in any game you run, sorry.
Anyone who is found to have cheated in an ACBL sanctioned event, at any level, should be banned from the ACBL and ANY ACBL-sanctioned event, permanently.
There is a difference between "doing something wrong" and cheating.
Anyone who is found to have cheated in an ACBL sanctioned event, at any level, should be banned from the ACBL and ANY ACBL-sanctioned event, permanently.
When I say level I mean level of EVENT, from a club game to the NABC's.
Anyone who is found to have cheated in an ACBL sanctioned event, at any level, should be banned from the ACBL and ANY ACBL-sanctioned event, permanently.
ANY ACBL-sanctioned event.
What is the logic of Senior events now considering...
The average age is 72. There's no point to having Senior events that exclude a small percentage of the membership. If the age limit were say 65+, or even 70+, that would make a bit more sense.
What is the logic of Senior events now considering...
Lack of events to play in? Low table counts at side events during senior tournaments, WHEN they're even made available?
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