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Greg Coles
Greg Coles
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 28, 2010
Last Seen
15 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Club Manager, ACBL Tournament Director and certified teacher.
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Excerpts from ACBL/BBO Individual
I hope that on the last board in your claim statement you were clear that you'd be winning the 13th trick with the 7. Congrats!
NABC Online Individual
Try this: http://live.acbl.org/events/NABC181
Crazy Director Ruling
Your title is a little confusing. I'm a "Crazy Director" but my rulings are generally correct. How do I know my rulings are correct? The voices tell me that they are.
Sports Cheating - Russians Barred from Olympics
Not exactly. They state in one of the final bullet points "The IOC may partially or fully lift the suspension of the ROC from the commencement of the Closing Ceremony of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 provided these decisions are fully respected and implemented by the ROC and by ...
Movement Question
What's wrong with a 17 table web?
If BBO can't get ADVANCED bots to play like something better than a novice...
Simulations told the bot that it was a long-term winner, hence the bid.
Can the Director do this?
No, this would be a textbook example of what the opposite of a correct ruling is.
Two ACBL Live questions
I can answer question #1 for you Debbie. Up until just a few months ago, it was not possible to post an event until it was completed (ie a KO after a session or two). This functionality has now been added and all TD's have been asked to start ...
How Would You Rule?
John, that's a new one for me. Where exactly in the Laws does it say that the TD can have the board re-played when they decide that making a ruling is too difficult for them?
BBO Raises Bot Game Price by 25%
My club's table fees have increased by 67% over the same time period (from a whopping $3 per session to $5 per session) and we increased our annual membership fees by 100% (from $5 to $10). There was no monopoly involved, I just wanted to be able to afford ...
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