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Jack Lacy
Jack Lacy
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Member Since
June 27, 2010
Last Seen
Dec. 9
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I am a retired IBMer having worked for the I've Been Moved company for 29 years.  I was a software developer and manager.  I have been playing bridge since I was 17 and was hooked almost from the first game.  Besides bridge, I am a fanatical baseball fan and love movies.  

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Many regional wins. Fourth in IMP Pairs in NY Summer Nationals.
Regular Bridge Partners
Tom Breed, Alex Labry
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Bridge Center of Austin
BBO Username
jacklacy
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
Double dummy challenge -- (please don't spoil it for others)
:)
Jim "Jake" Jacobson
RIP my friend. Such a good guy. We will miss you, Jake.
Something very stragne going on with The Common Game
I have also noticed what seems to be a lot of very distributional hands in the last couple of months .. outside what one might expect given the relevant statistics. I have had several discussions with the Common Game folks .. Sarah, I think .. and have been assured that a good statistician ...
Where Do We Go From Here?
Great article, Steve. I get asked a lot (daily (or more often) when the scandals first surfaced) by club level players about the scandal and what the ACBL is doing about it. I have not really been able to articulate what is happening. At least with your article, I now ...
The Whole Story
Mike, I read the little tiny sneaky article in Monday's bulletin with disbelief. I did not believe it then and I don't believe any of it now. You are a player with possibly the most integrity of all that I know. I am proud to call you my ...
Board 7 from the 12/17/2013 Common Game
I certainly agree that bidding 2H is of no use. I bid 3H at the table and it insured that the opponents could not now find the grand .. or at least if they find the grand it would be a guess. If E doesn't bid at least 3H, then ...
Board 7 from the 12/17/2013 Common Game
Kevin, surely some, maybe most Easts will bid some number of hearts. That would change your analysis considerably, I think.
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