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Brett Kunin
Brett Kunin
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Member Since
June 16, 2012
Last Seen
March 27
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

semi-retired attorney, living in northern New Jersey; Tournament Chair, NJ Bridge League (Unit 140)

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Winning KO and Swiss in same NYC regional
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Shrine Bridge Center, Livingston, NJ
BBO Username
brettnj
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Facts About Online "Support Your Clubs" Games
Kevin: TY for your e-mail to Joe Jones @ ACBL, and for this article, to get us the facts. 80% of the money going to the club is really important.
New BBO "Support Your Club" Game
I don't mind paying the $5. to support my club. However, the time for those of us on the East Coast (5 PM) is a bit awkward, as too close to dinner time, when most of us are "stuck at home", and now assist in preparation. An hour or ...
Jay Whipple, the ACBL, BBO, and clubs everywhere have joined together to set up real Black Point Club games online.
Jeff: Informative post -- thank you.
Bridge clubs and the virus
That is regretable, but understandable.
Daryl Fisher's bidding problem: AKJ8 Q7 J72 AJ92
I abstained in the poll, because I agree that the sensible bid playing 11-14 nt's was 1nt, which does NOT deny 4 spades -- partner can always "check back".
Coronavirus and Sectionals
Howard & Fred: As TC, I just sent a report to our Board. The actual table count was 161 (plus a Youth Bridge event of 12 tables), which was was down 18% from March, 2019. The real "loss of tables" was a result of few people attending from Long Island, which ...
Montreal NABC Room Availabilty
That was extremely helpful. Thank you.
Ronald Kalf's bidding problem: AKJxx Jxx KQTx x
I felt forced to abstain to your query, and a found your proposed game tries much to restrictive.
Suit Agreement and Slam Move after 2NT Open
I agree 100% with Richard. Most experienced pairs play Goldman slam tries in this sequence.
Support double vs. suit raise after 1m-(1!h)-1!s-(2!h)
Timo: I agree completely. I also like to double with extra values, and without 3 spades.
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