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Bart Bramley
Bart Bramley
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 19, 2010
Last Seen
16 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Grew up in Connecticut. Lived in Boston, Seattle, Chicago and now Dallas. Learned bridge from my father. My mother was a Life Master. Go Yankees!

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning 2002 BR Pairs w/Sidney Lazard
Bridge Accomplishments
Won 17 Nationals - 2nd in World Par Contest
Regular Bridge Partners
Kit Woolsey, Judy Bramley
Favorite Tournaments
Any National
Favorite Conventions
Flannery, Step Responses, Rusinow
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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RIP Harold Lilie
This is sad news indeed. I saw Harold during the Nationals in Las Vegas in July and he seemed fine. Harold was an integral part of my group of bridge friends while I was going to MIT, though he never lived in Boston and never went to MIT. He and ...
Truly trivial
I agree. My best hope is to be third. Aces are my only controls (!), so making them the start card should max out my chances. I also look for unusual fantan hands while playing bridge. And to show you that it's (slightly) more than a mindless distraction, one of ...
Unethical Conduct Accusation
This particular accusation is ludicrous. The only possibilities are stiff ace and AJ tight. The (alleged) hesitation is clearly meaningless, as the defender will ALWAYS win the ace with either holding. Declarer is basically insisting that the defender MUST give him a reliable tell. If the defender had won the ...
I met Ken Lebensold last night
In 1969 or 1970 Ken was playing against George Boehm (Augie's father) in a New York tournament and spotted the word "lebensohl" on George's convention card. The following conversation (approximately) took place. KL: What's that? GB: You should know, you invented it. (Describes convention) KL: No I ...
Lose the Trials Semifinal with Me, IV
If you're going to defend double-dummy, I'm going to play double-dummy. In your ending North must pitch TWO clubs. But after ONE club pitch, I exit in clubs instead of cashing the last spade. Now there is no squeeze. Dummy saves three hearts and two diamonds, while declarer ...
Penultimate segment
And I surely would have led a club without the double, based on my only other experience of this type. In the 1998 Rosenblum semifinals I opened 3, first seat favorable, on Qxx-xx-Qxxxxx-xx (vile, but I had a feeling). LHO, Versace, bid 4 and we passed the tray ...
A GNT Debacle: Too Many Winners
1. Dazed and Confused - Led Zep 2. F***in' Up - Neil Young
Three Deals from the USBC Semifinals
I'm not understanding the math. Let's assume that the only possible outcomes are making and down one, and further that the same number of tricks are taken at each table. (If one table makes and the other goes down, the IMP swing from that will dwarf the extra ...
USBC QF Board 119
Yes. By the way, Vanderbilt and Spingold use the same numbering scheme of 30-board sets. Thus, Board 30 is none vul, East dealer, and Board 31 is none vul, North dealer (like Board 1).
USBC QF Board 119
And to clarify even further, this was actually board 29 of a 30-board set. In this event the dealers and vulnerabilities recycle starting with Board 1 in each set of 30 boards. The opening bidder was North, the dealer. The spade hand was East, in second seat. Craig is right ...

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