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James Huntington
James Huntington
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Member Since
Aug. 21, 2015
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
bridge player

Bridge Information

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How old are you?
Sure skews younger than ACBL membership...
Bridge Still is Not a Sport
Odd, since there are plenty of non-sports seemingly getting that status in the US, such as cheerleading (at least bridge teams don't choose players on attractiveness!) and gymnastics (100% subjectively judged).
James Huntington's bidding problem: A2 AK6 AKQ96 976
OK, partner shows one key card.
I Took a Flyer. How Should I Have Done It?
2C-2D-3D-3NT or whatever-6C? Doubt it, but unless you have a relay to suss out that Q, it's a tough one.
Stephen Hawking fears robots could take over in 100 years. I tend to disagree.
Reminds me of a college game in which two people were on lead against 6NT with two aces. Neither one doubled, and neither one set the contract.
Why do you play bridge?
Only poker is worse for that.
Why do you play bridge?
Bridge is simply a tremendously good game. Along with go, poker, and chess, the best human beings have ever devised.
A First Person History of a Card Boom
A valid point, but poker, with the bottom rungs torn out by the lack of limit games, is in bad shape now, and will get much worse before it gets better. ACBL bridge has been remarkably steady, and only the aging demographic seems to endanger that. The question is do ...
ATB: -800 instead of +600
I think the 5C bid smelled worst. What is it? WHY is it?
Bridge Players on Postage Stamps
The answer is "Groucho, Harpo, Chico, and Zeppo." The question is "Name three Marx Brothers and a cigarette lighter."
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