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Giorgio Casinovi
Giorgio Casinovi
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Member Since
Dec. 3, 2016
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6 hours ago
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Bridge Player
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United States of America

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GCTech
ACBL Ranking
Non Life Master
Congrats College Pairs Winners!
If you don't mind my asking, who are your alma maters? Just curious if it may be possible to jump start bridge programs there ...
My thoughts, my heart, and my tears are with our French brothers and sisters.
I read that the towers have been spared, but the spire collapsed, at least partially.
Congrats College Pairs Winners!
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JJp9f3M1etA5e8C4TGJJP49GdQ68o3QzeBuHn5l-znI/edit
Good luck to the 44 college pairs playing this weekend!
The tournament will be played tomorrow (Sunday). Stephanie may not get to release the official results until Monday or Tuesday.
Good luck to the 31 college teams playing this weekend!
Personally I believe that finding ways to help existing college bridge clubs stay alive should be given serious and urgent consideration. Unfortunately, I don't think that there are easy or cheap solutions to that problem. If it is any consolation, one of the former UNC players is now playing ...
what is 2 over 1 over takeout double?
For additional opinions and comments on this topic, you may want to look also at [url=https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/two-level-responses-after-to-double-by-rho/]this article[/url].
Bridge Discipline and the IOC
To be fair, there are other valid reasons, completely unrelated to IOC affiliation, that may have prompted international bodies like the WBF or EBL to voluntarily accept CAS jurisdiction. Jan Kamras (the current EBL President) mentioned some in a [url=https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/do-what-is-possible-not-what-is-easy/?cj=716560#c716560]comment ...
Olympic status. At what cost?
Steve Moese writes a reply to my comment ending with: [i]Both Don and I found references using Google or searching a website. Giorgio can too. Do the work.[/i] First of all, the burden of proof for statements that are not self-evident generally falls on the person(s) who ...
Olympic status. At what cost?
First of all, an authoritative statement does not necessarily mean a "statement made by a person of authority." It could be, for example, a reference to IOC rules or statutes that spell out conditions for membership. More to the point, it seems to me that if one wants to have ...
Olympic status. At what cost?
Seriously. I did not ask for examples where our authority over discipline has been "usurped by IOC affiliation" (whatever that's supposed to mean). I asked for an [i]authoritative statement[/i] as to the exact extent to which national and international bridge organization [i]must[/i] relinquish their authority ...
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