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Jeannie Fitzgerald
Jeannie Fitzgerald
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Member Since
March 29, 2013
Last Seen
17 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Ireland

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jeannief
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Two Fundamental Assumptions that I think BW "bashers" are wrong on
@Chris. The point about winning graciously, without celebration, was also made when the story was reported in the media. However, there has been some discussion lately about Millennials having problems coping with the realities of work and life in general, as many of them have been brought up to think ...
Two Fundamental Assumptions that I think BW "bashers" are wrong on
Some primary schools (children aged approx 5-12) in Ireland are having some success luring children away from video games with chess : https://www.irishtimes.com/news/education/make-the-right-move-how-schools-are-using-chess-to-lure-children-away-from-screens-1.3705831 “You bare your soul when you are playing chess because it’s all about you – you can’t blame the equipment ...
Down Under Coup
@Melanie. Something that incorporates both wisdom teeth and milk teeth maybe.
Down Under Coup
perhaps you should do that Michael - it might be more palatable for the reader. Filling in the gaps and getting to the root of each of these potential coups would really cap things off. It might even lead to you being crowned king of the dentist like coups.
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
@Roy Welland. Perhaps Carl Lewis is not the best example of a clean athlete: https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2003/apr/24/athletics.duncanmackay
European Open Championships 2019
re-hydration salts in the welcome pack?
0=5=4=4
A description of the Vondracek Effect, found at Bridgeguys(http://www.bridgeguys.com/sec/glossary/v/index.html): "It has been proven by Mr. Felix Vondracek, published 1956 in a series of articles for the Bridge World, that the weaker of the two fits (or even the weakest of three ...
Bad Judgment or Bad Luck?
If your system permits showing a 5 card major over Stayman, N can go on if he finds out about the 9 card fit.
The cost of a bridge game
€5 per regular club game, €8 for special/cup competitions + €50 p.a membership. Modest cash prizes paid to 1st,2nd or 3rd place depending on table count.
Printed bulletins at Ostend
Hi Barry. Happy to pay a few Euro for a paper copy of the bulletin.
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