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Brad Coles
Brad Coles
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Member Since
Oct. 12, 2015
Last Seen
July 26
Member Type
Bridge Writer
about me

Editor of Australian Bridge Magazine

Country
Australia

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Same as David Thompson's favourite memory
Bridge Accomplishments
Most recently, national silver medals in the ANC Teams, VCC Pairs and New Zealand Teams
Regular Bridge Partners
Fraser Rew, Erin Tewes, Bob Sebesfi
Member of Bridge Club(s)
NSWBA
Favorite Tournaments
Cavendish, ANC
Favorite Conventions
Transfers, the solution to every problem
BBO Username
redgrover
ACBL Ranking
None
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To Sabine and Roy
My favorite is when current affairs TV shows say something like, "After the break, are cell phones killing your kids?" Followed by a report which in no way justifies the question.
Fisher-Schwartz Granted Second Postponement in ACBL Hearing
Peter, the mail fraud in your memory is probably from The Firm. "There's 250 acts of maiI fraud there... That's more than you had on Capone."
Calming Nerves
This probably isn't practical at an NABC, but the first two times I played representative bridge I was really nervous, and I asked my captain to arrange a quick game before the start of the event. We turned up an hour early, I sat in my assigned seat (with ...
Where were the journalists?
Tomasz, George Bilski gave me a copy of one of the Polish magazines when I took over Australian Bridge Magazine. It was intended, and received, as something for me to aspire to. I was extremely impressed with everything about it, and am very sad to hear it is now struggling ...
Bidding Box Jury: Grumpy Extended McKendrick (GEM)
Ian G, my objection to your auction is that McKendrick didn't give you any useful information. It did show that opener had 17 instead of 15... does that mean you wouldn't have bid the excellent slam if opener hadn't held the Q? Slam is good opposite a ...
Double-dipping on opponents' misunderstanding
In 2013 a friend of mine won the Parnis England Junior Sportsmanship Award, which is "granted for acts of sportsmanship by bridge players that define how we should all act." He received the award in part for allowing an opponent to retract a dropped penalty card, costing the contract and ...
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