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James Vogl
James Vogl
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Member Since
June 18, 2012
Last Seen
Dec. 10
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me
Former backgammon/poker professional. Currently a hedge fund manager addicted to bridge since 2006 but am pretty hopeless.
Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Having first monthly positive statement after 6 years at the rubber bridge club.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
TGR
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None
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James Vogl's bidding problem: ATxx Axxx x Q8xx
At the table I passed thinking at least my ace of hearts should score and most likely my queen of clubs and pard may even have something. Of course it was cold when declared could finesse my trump holding. Sounds like pard could have a club void and I am ...
Cerebral Gym
Advised I need a self-selecting filter and wanted to stay away from people thinking it's just puzzles.
Cerebral Gym
First in central London, will let you know when sign lease. Next stop Manhattan hopefully.
Cerebral Gym
Yeah can't disclose everything but target market 25-45 year olds. Design of courses and feel of website and marketing geared that way. Also hoping the word "Gym" will appeal to a younger audience even if "cerebral" doesn't. Thx
Cerebral Gym
Forgot to say we are also on Facebook, Instagram and Linked In and twitter @cerebralgym Really helpful if feel like following and sharing. Thanks so much.
SCHWARTZ Wins Open BAM
Why are Bell and Gold not part of the England team at the euros? Who is playing instead?
SCHWARTZ Wins Open BAM
Mazel tov! Not a soft field :)
Phil Ivey loses his appeal
Jim and Michael, being a top poker player and having casino gambling weaknesses and sports betting weaknesses overall are completely separate. Martin Hoffman will tell you, bookies have no problem accepting his bets even when they knew him to be one of the best card players in the world!
Phil Ivey loses his appeal
Am not sure about the freerolling argument. Perhaps Ivey saw it as a free roll and may have been pulling the same or other manoeuvres until got caught.
Phil Ivey loses his appeal
The irony is that I am sure Crockfords will have lost more than £7m in EV by not paying out and swallowing their loss and barring him going forward. If just a couple of high rollers decide to play next door at Aspinals for life as fear not being paid ...
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