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Christopher Lubesnik
Christopher Lubesnik
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Member Since
June 20, 2010
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Director

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Favorite Tournaments
wherever there is a casino with good video poker
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Gold Life Master
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Maybe they'll find a new niche in Honors' canasta games.
Who's Responsible
I believe, although I am not 100% certain, that the director can set up the Bridgemates to only start showing scores and results from other tables after a certain round, thus eliminating what are usually "meaningless" 100%s and 0%s in a large-tabled section.
Who's Responsible
Now I know why David Yates tells me I'm the only person who flunked career day worse than him.
Who's Responsible
I prefer 40/40, NS entered the wrong board number and EW okayed the wrong board number which, in my mind, puts both members directly at fault. I find it also helps to not allow automatic entry of board number - make sure North enters it each time in case the ...
ACBL Chief Executive Dismissed
Walton went 21 for 22 in 1973 vs. Memphis State.
ACBL Chief Executive Dismissed
My bad. I was thinking about Wooden's last game as coach where UCLA defeated Kentucky.
Kibitzer draws attention to a false concession
I think you tell the players what happened after the hand and then restore equity.
Unauthorized Information
I had to rule on this hand (board 8 from Tuesday afternoon March 6 Common Game) with the same auction. The North player at the table in question chose 3. My inclination was to allow it as I did not think PASS was a logical alternative and that the ...
The difference between winning and success;
I still have Coach Wooden's Pyramid of Success taped to our office wall and one of his books on our shelf. If only Bill Walton hadn't driven him to an early grave...(kidding, he died at age 99).
Best Movement for 6 pairs? (Party/non sanctioned)
One thing you might consider is running 3 team matches with 2 6-person teams. Nobody has to sit out as all 3 tables play simultaneously with team 1 sitting one pair NS at an "anchor table" and the other 2 pairs sitting EW at 2 other tables. Team 2 sits ...

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