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John Moschella
John Moschella
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Basic Information

Member Since
Sept. 23, 2012
Last Seen
June 4
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Bob Dennard, Susi Ross, Paul Dennis, Tanus Aksu, Scott Weiss, John Brady
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Orlando, FL and Deland FL.
BBO Username
johnm123
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Use of UI
xxx Axxxx ATx xx And I am on a finesse for slam. Wait partner opened and cooperated over my spade splinter. How can I not keycard.
"Playing Up" - An open letter to Jay Whipple
Actual think this would be a valid solution. When I first started playing in Boston area. Regional had flighted pairs and either 0-99 or 199. If all of gold rush moved into open pairs then I expect would not be an issue. Local club had a 0-1000 pt game and ...
The Death of Teams
Yes but I expect that pair was an exception. Yes pairs are paying more since "gold rush" adds to them significantly. I actually believe that teams are reducing not so much based on masterpoint shifts but in smaller tournaments the bottom of the top bracket is moving to teams bringing ...
The Death of Teams
http://live.acbl.org/masterpoint-winners/1805018 was path on live I used. Probably did not pull in last day swiss for some reason. I agree top team in Raleigh but your suggestion implies that team awards should pay more than they do now to be more in line with what ...
"Playing Up" - An open letter to Jay Whipple
Response to Jeff #2. A bracketed Swiss concept is to play all the other teams which is why it is limited to 9. We have run open Swiss and bracketed B/C/D and the bottom of the open usually is not very happy. Less overall awards than a bracketed ...
"Playing Up" - An open letter to Jay Whipple
Jeff those teams were already in the 2 bracket. Extra teasm either fill the top bracket or the bottom bracket in a bracketed swiss. They filled the bottom here. Actually n the event we were talking about the 8th and 9th seed actually came in 1st and 2nd of the ...
The Death of Teams
Peg, I looked at the 6 Regional tournaments over the Memorial Day Weekend. Raleigh, NC the top 15 master point winners for the week mostly played teams. Denver the top 11 were teams. Next 2 were a combo. Illinois the top 5 were teams then started pairs players. New York ...
"Playing Up" - An open letter to Jay Whipple
David, my understanding in junior players can play up when space is available as in the top bracket of a knockout that does not have 16 teams. This event however was a bracketed swiss limited to 9 teams. Which of the 9 teams do you think should have been removed ...
The Death of Teams
Peg, I know that the pairs games pay more to first place. I looked at the Gopher Regional. Open pairs on Saturday and Open Swiss on Sunday and found the following. Assuming each Swiss team award was paid to 4 players. I know some had 5 and 6 but they ...
Ruling
I would not dream of bidding 3H with East hand with several partners when KQxxx KQxx xx xx could potentially bid here.
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