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Donald Mamula
Donald Mamula
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Member Since
July 17, 2012
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about me

Trying to do what's best for the game, often by clearing up misconceptions and misinformation.  All opinions are my own and reflect no bridge organization or group.

Past: Served for 9 years on ACBL BoD, 4 years as BoG chairman, lifetime member of BoG, 9 years on D19 board, almost every unit job from grunt labor to unit president.  Proudest bridge admin experience was being "first spouse" to a great BoG chairman.

Current: Retired, but sharing my experience and knowledge.

United States of America

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Hawaii NABC Needs Your Support
Don't forget that the BoD had a policy goal of NABCs being a profit center, with an annual "profit" of at least $500k. I don't know if that is still in the current budget and operating plan, but it's something to remember.
Hawaii NABC Needs Your Support
If your unit does not hold a board election where unit boards are chosen, they are operating outside the regulations of the ACBL. may be that they only have X number of candidates for X number of positions. In that case, an election is unnecessary.
Hawaii NABC Needs Your Support
I believe that a new meeting planner has already been hired. I know of no other details.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
And, for another source of info on Italian amnesties, perhaps one might inquire to:
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
Ira Corn being a major exception.
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
Look at the concept of a "derivative suit".
An unethical behavior (in my view) happened at a regional - what should I do?
Depends who the opp is. Gotta bait those traps.
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
Absolutely correct, Nick. And sadly so.
The most popular card game in Italy
This reminds me of years ago, when bidding boxes had the following cards: There was a red card with a large "D" for double. There was a blue card with a large "RD" for redouble. Finally, there was a brown card with a large "TD" for when a tournament director ...
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
From my time on the BoD, I heard "can I be personally liable?" said way too many times by board members. The former legal counsel often said that his primary role was to prevent the ACBL from being sued. And that litigation-adverse mindset overwhelmed the desire to do the right ...

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