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Clyde Kruskal
Clyde Kruskal
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July 31, 2013
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BBO Bots score 70% at the club
Thanks.
BBO Bots score 70% at the club
Thanks.
BBO Bots score 70% at the club
Can someone discuss the mechanics of this? Is it easy to get the hand records in? Does someone need to be operating the program, or do the players do it somehow?
Play in Washington DC
Check out the websites for Washington Bridge League (WBL, Unit 147) and Northern Virginia Bridge Association (NVBA, Unit 218). Both websites have lists of local clubs. Both run their own unit games on Thursday nights. The WBL, at least, has someone to contact for partners Thursday nights.
The never never land
It looks more like a 9 card suit than a 7 card suit.
An Absurd ACBL Procedure
I could not find this person on the ACBL website. Seeing what Margot Hennings wrote, it looks like this person is supposed to oversee directors to make sure that they provide good customer service.
An Absurd ACBL Procedure
Maybe that is the big idea: create a mechanism for the ACBL to look at little issues and fix them. I have some ideas how to make this happen, but someone has to care.
An Absurd ACBL Procedure
It is also important to work on the smaller issues. In fact, there have already been a number of good suggestions here. The hard part is to get the ACBL to change.
An Absurd ACBL Procedure
That explains it. A few years ago at a Nationals (but not a National event), my partner asked the caddy to move the boards in a three-way match for us. A while later the director came and told us that the caddy was sitting in the hallway "distraught" because she ...
Misclaim
You have to read the whole law. Notice the "or" between 1 and 2. Part 1 applies here. 1. if a player conceded a trick his side had, in fact, won; or 2. if a player has conceded a trick that could not be lost by any normal* play of ...
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