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David Corn
David Corn
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Member Since
Oct. 9, 2014
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Barry Crane complimenting me on the play of a hand, oh, so many decades ago.
Favorite Tournaments
Penticton, B.C. Regional
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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How light are preempts these days? CLUB GAME PABC MATCHPOINT SCORING
I wonder what Len might rate AQJ10xx as? What is the Ogust response for an "excellent" suit?
What Are We Going To Do About Slow Play?
Betting this club holds no Fast Pairs events....
What Are We Going To Do About Slow Play?
Different world here. Only realllllyy slow pairs I have encountered are in NABC pairs games.
What Are We Going To Do About Slow Play?
If a person and/or team do not want results decided by slow play penalties, my suggestion is to speed up and play within the prescribed time limits. Seems a simple solution.
What Are We Going To Do About Slow Play?
This long-time rubber bridge player avers that he has never encountered a hand that can not be solved in 5 minutes.
What Are We Going To Do About Slow Play?
Agree, agree, agree Hank. Bridge organizations, especially the ACBL need not re-invent the wheel here. There are already Laws/rules on the books regarding slow play. All the director's need to do is ENFORCE. The tortoises will get the idea soon enough.
How could we avoid losing 10 IMPs here
As one of all bridgedom's unluckiest opening leaders, I feel especially unqualified as to what the best opening lead should be.
How could we avoid losing 10 IMPs here
Anyone know how Bird & Anthias would have led?? By the way, I have been in far worse 4 of a major contracts than this.
How could we avoid losing 10 IMPs here
Zia would have led a Diamond??
Strategy for Winning NABC Pair Event
Since I play much more, admittedly "small-time", tournament golf these days, rather than bridge, imagine you have played 63 of the 72 holes of a golf tournament and find yourself 5 shots down with 9 holes to play. One thing to recognize is that for 3.5 days your opponent ...
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