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Jane Eason
Jane Eason
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Member Since
May 23, 2014
Last Seen
17 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

First played  duplicate bridge in mid sixties, in Memphis, TN, Nashville, TN, and Summit, NJ, as Jane Knapp.

In the mid-seventies, my husband Bill Eason and I played New York and New Jersey tourneys, and enjoyed home games with best friends, Bob and Linda Sartorious, and other wonderful bridge-playing friends in the area. On a given night, our 2-table home team games included several national champions. And we participated in all New Jersey Double K. O.'s at Essex Bridge Center, where, teamed up with the Sartorii, we were lucky to play lots of long matches against some of the area's strongest players.

Favorite tourney team mates were Bob and Linda Sartorius, and John Rengstorff/Billy Erickson. 

During a 20-year absence from F2F duplicate, I played on the Microsoft Zone as jobanjo. And I currently play with bots on BBO as MawJ.

Bridge jobs include directing club games in Summit, NJ and Memphis, TN, teaching off and on for 50+ years, proof-reading a couple of World Champion Books and a Bridge Encyclopedia under direction of editor Henry Francis.

Currently live on a small farm in North Mississippi, near Memphis and the ACBL.

Hobbies include genealogy, online word games, driving my mule, and riding my horse. 

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Serious bridge discussions with Bob and Linda Sartorius. Hilarious stories shared by Bob and Jane Teel. Putting on bridge skits. Having some of our fun hands in The New York Times, when we lived in New Jersey (One. making 3SXX on a 3-2 fit, in a National LM Women's Pairs)
Bridge Accomplishments
2nd Fall Nat'l Mixed Senior Prs, 8th Nati'l LM Women's Pairs, 1st Mexican Nat'ls Women's Pairs, Winning all matches in a NYC Regional Mixed Team Event with Bob and Linda Sartorius and Dick Celler, but coming in second in the event, 1st Zone Life Master/Microsoft Zone (jobanjo), 4th in a 10,000 table BBO daylong free tourney, winning 10 points with robot partner for section 2nd, 2400 tables in 1st Online NABC Individual, wining over 95 points and 3 flight A events in a regional, winning all events at a couple of sectionals with various partners. Winning a Men's Pairs when the director recruited me to fill in the movement. (Being a woman, I was ineligible for the trophy or overall award.) Being featured in several of Truscott's Bridge articles in the NY Times.
Regular Bridge Partners
Mostly Husband Bill Eason, but also, Brent Manley and Jack Hudgins. Favorite women pds over the years were Linda Sartorius, Sherry Maxwell, Dee Adams, Dorthy Francis, Ellen Siebert, Teddy O'Brien, Nancy Schwantes, and Becky Rogers)
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Lightman Bridge Center, Memphis, TN, BBO
Favorite Tournaments
US Nationals, Mexican Nationals, Free BBO online daylong tourneys, the huge sectionals and regionals of yesteryear.
Favorite Conventions
Multi 2D, Spiral, Rousinow leads, 3rd and 5th best leads, J, 10, 9 = 0 or 2 higher vs. NT, uda and some udc.
BBO Username
MawJ, formerly jobanjo
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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Would You Successful Beginning Teachers/Club Managers Please Help with this Decision?
The teacher who will teach my workshop students wants to do a supervised play game that awards no master points.
Would You Successful Beginning Teachers/Club Managers Please Help with this Decision?
Tom, you surely keep a high percentage of your EZ Bridge students! And they are all play outside the lessons. Way to go!!
Questions on Bridge Mates and Dealing Machines
This may well be happening at my club, Dan. I often find results for a Section C in the Bridge Mates. They don't always clear when I reset/kill after my game and then kill twice before the next game. Ping, thanks for that tip. I have never turned ...
Questions on Bridge Mates and Dealing Machines
So many useful suggestions! Thanks, y'all.
Would You Successful Beginning Teachers/Club Managers Please Help with this Decision?
Jeff and Randy, I appreciate your input. I was planning for a zero to five game after the lessons, while some others think a 0-20 game would be better. Is it possible for you guys to weigh in on a choice between these two upper limits? I have serious doubts ...
Would You Successful Beginning Teachers/Club Managers Please Help with this Decision?
Thanks for your input, Joyce. I'm a fellow member of the ABTA.
Would You Successful Beginning Teachers/Club Managers Please Help with this Decision?
Maybe I'm wrong, Chris. I've never taught it, but someone ran an E-Z Bridge class opposite one of my games. The players in my game got credit for the number of tables in E-Z bridge. And, I was told that the students could win master points (rating points ...
For Table Teachers: Has anyone tried this?
Good points, Jeff. In my experience, the best table helpers have the fewest master points. Their egos are not involved and they don't feel a need to expand on what I am teaching. The more experienced players either want to show off their knowledge or want to share it ...
Calling all Bridge Teachers
Barbara, what are the current requirements for being a master teacher?
Request to Teachers: Knock It Off with the dang POINT COUNT!
I like Jeff's method of teaching the relationship between tricks and hcpts. The side with more hcpts divides their points by three, to determine the number of tricks they will attempt to take on a given deal. For instance, if their total is 27, their goal is 9 tricks ...
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