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Chris Pisarra
Chris Pisarra
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Member Since
Aug. 25, 2015
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11 hours ago
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Anything I can do about this? (Bounced check for online lessons)
Stop being polite, it only works in favor of assholes. The bozo who stiffed you knows you can't sue him--he lives in another state or country and the transactional costs are more than the $400. OKB or BBO can't/won't get involved in he said/she said ...
Stratification, bracketing, and general whining
I hate Bracketed Swiss. Besides the issue of inevitably playing the same people I've been playing against for the last 40 years, there is a strong disincentive for playing with newer players. I play with my wife and her sister and brother in law. Jimmy and I have more ...
The biggest insult
My partner bought an entry in the one day event instead of the two day event, which we didn't figure out until about round 8. My wife said I should have known instantly: we were at table 3.
Statement by WBF ( Oct 9, 2015)
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition.
Boye Brogeland Bridge Personality of the Year 2015
An excellent choice. Congratulations to Boye
RIP Carolyn Lynch
Carolyn was everything a sponsor should be. Dedicated, serious, pleasant to play against and a lady at all times.
Standing Tall
More proof that you can do almost anything if you aren't concerned who gets the credit. Go Suzi!
Germany to Withdraw from Bermuda Bowl
Conscious cheating is not a 'mistake'. Fessing up in the face of being exposed is not 'class'. I do not think those words mean what you think they do.
Germany to Withdraw from Bermuda Bowl
If I ruff a trick and lead the suit right back, can I admit and promise not to do it again and only pay a 1 trick penalty? Since when do cheaters get to define their own penalty?
The Videos Speak: Fantoni-Nunes
No, we are people not automatons. I play with my right hand. Or my left. I lay the card down vertical, or horizontal, or diagonal, or I flip it onto the table and it lands willy-nilly. All completely without thinking. My mind is on what to play, not how to ...
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