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David Sherman
David Sherman
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Member Since
Sept. 10, 2015
Last Seen
11 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United Kingdom

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Regular Bridge Partners
Hasenson
BBO Username
Shirbanks
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Opening 7NT
Which reminds me of another one who forsook bridge for poker, Ramin Sai. He was pretty well-regarded as a poker player, but died relatively young.
Opening 7NT
Viv is still around, or at least he was a couple of years ago. I used to see him regularly at the Vic - he became a poker player, and a reasonably proficient one at that. He never seemed to age, I guess he was really quite old when I last ...
Opening 7NT
Liza Shaw
Opening 7NT
There was a Dorothy (Dodo?) I seem to recall, a lady named Theo who also used to play at the London School of Bridge, Harvey Laurance, Honor Flint.... Another occasional visitor that I used to kibitz, and also a fabulous player, was the South African Brian Mervis.
Opening 7NT
As a junior I used to kibitz a lot at St Johns Wood. Once I sat behind Levitt, not knowing his proclivities at the table. His partner opened 1NT and he made a weakness takeout of 2H. LHO doubled, partner passed, as did Akram on his right. Levitt bid 3H ...
Peter Hasenson's lead problem: 8 A632 9762 9653
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Selection Problems
Spot on, KB
Tainted Boards Left In Play At EBU Event
BTW, by the phrase ' some acknowledgement by the EBU is due here' I meant 'due in these circumstances', not ' due here on Bridgewinners.com'.......
Tainted Boards Left In Play At EBU Event
Richard You are probably right - it very probably was the case that Hasenson was the only person who actually consulted the online data and that everyone else relied on paper records and other media. I'd certainly like to think so, given that he was the only one to come ...
Tainted Boards Left In Play At EBU Event
Ian I fully accept that any formal response by the EBU should derive from full possession of the facts and after proper consideration, and I don't think many people would disagree with you in this regard. Do you not think however that it would have been appropriate for an ...
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