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Jef Pratt
Jef Pratt
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 3, 2012
Last Seen
Dec. 10
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Advancing Intermediate striving for mindful awareness and equanimity while fully engaged in battle.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
discovering online bridge
Bridge Accomplishments
playing face to face
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Grand Slam DBC, North Carolina
Favorite Conventions
3rd and 5th leads from nothing
BBO Username
billyjef
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Wanted: recommendations for a portable ACBLScore computer
Yup, I bought a PrimeBook for about the same price and it has been nothing but headaches. I've had very good experience with Lenovo.
Jef Pratt's bidding problem: 96 AQT954 K QJ76
My recollection of his hand was something similar to Axxxx Void QJxx Axxx. I'd have bid the diamonds before the clubs for economical rebid. I do play rebid of major to show 6+ but I can't say for sure if that would have been our agreement. My idea ...
Jef Pratt's bidding problem: 96 AQT954 K QJ76
Agreed, it is pushy, and not my normal style.
Jef Pratt's bidding problem: 96 AQT954 K QJ76
I added that information so that you would have the same information I did, which helped me try to envision his hand shape, as there was no agreement. I took 3 to show 4+ and didn't further limit his hand. I rebid 3 to hope to cater ...
Club Play...Results
Ditto
Club Play...Results
I suppose the first thing to explore is, which enterprise, profit or nonprofit, if either, does or is better at recruiting and retaining new players historically. Second, even though one might be better than the other in the past, what is best for the future? Is either method capable of ...
Image, the business of bridge, the ACBL, and pride.
". I am not sure that the younger generation is as motivated by wealth as the bridge generation is/was. But I have little doubt that the opportunity socialize with the upper classes was one of the draws of bridge in its heyday." This is one of the most important statements ...
Club Play...Results
For all three levels, bring in mindful awareness supported by current science (neuroscience) to why we behave and react the way we do at the table in competition. (He's the nicest guy in the world away from the table...) On the same note, to go against some of those ...
Club Play #2...Poll.
Several times a week regularly
Replace SAYC
It is worked into the system, the first class after the 3-hour conversion class.
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