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Craig Satersmoen
Craig Satersmoen
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 27, 2012
Last Seen
July 11
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Don't play as often as I'd like to because of my work schedule, I'm pretty convinced I'm one of the top 5 bridge playing truck drivers in the U.S., since i only know of one other.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
playing on joe grue's team in the Vanderbilt.
Bridge Accomplishments
wins with 96 different partners/teammates at sectional/regional events
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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Five Second Rule
Partner leading back the 4 would seem to be a verification to declarer that the suit was 4-4
Jorge Barrera Wins Spring NABC Robot Individual
Is not carrying part scores bridge, or some other skill?
Fast Spingold
The top KO events are always an attraction to me to kibitz. I like watching the top players play and trying to work out their thought processes at the table. Limiting the time on a board means you're getting a diluted product and not a true test of the ...
Craig Satersmoen's bidding problem: --- QJx AJTxxxx Qxx
The other hand was AkQTxxx A xx Akx. 4 hearts was down 3, 6 spades was bid at the other table, down 1 when spades broke 4-2. Lead was a non-diamond, so he was able to take a ruffing finesse in hearts but that was offside also. So, lose 3 ...
National Champions in Limited Events: Fair or Foul?
I think Sylvia Shi would be the first that comes to mind. She's currently playing in the 0-10k swiss.
Fouled board penalty
14 cards in one hand
Housing for LV NABC
The fun part is the 2 hour sales pitch that tries to justify a 40k timeshare that rents out for $36 a night.
Future NABC sites?
Caesar's just announced it is closing a casino in Tunica, seems like it might be a chance to buy a large enough building for a permanent nationals at a reasonable price that is 45 minutes from Horn Lake.
Ever heard or seen this?
There's a whist and pinochle club in Columbus, Ohio. From their website I kind of got the idea that it was more of a social club that meets in the evening but I could be wrong. It looks like there are 3 or 4 tournaments across the country per ...
Unclear auction
If it helps you, you can assume you're playing lebensohl.

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