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Jordan Cohen
Jordan Cohen
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 18, 2011
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Anytime I played with my Dad. Winning a tough Swiss in Orangeville, back in the day, to help put my wife over the top.
Bridge Accomplishments
Winning 2012 NAP and 2013 COPC
Regular Bridge Partners
Steve Cooper (the harmonica-playing one); Barry Senensky
BBO Username
Jordymc
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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Canadian National Team Championships is Live on BBO Vugraph this weekend
And Hugh Ross, and Peter Nagy and Billy Cohen...the list goes on and on
Eric Murray 1928-2018
The family recorded the celebration at Osgoode. Hopefully they will post a "Best of..." on YouTube. The law stories were more humorous than the bridge ones; the best being by a lawyer, telling how, when he was a student in a class on trial advocacy was describing to his friends ...
Eric Murray 1928-2018
Magistrate Bigelow also had articles published in the Bridge World in the 40's (and beyond). He certainly would not have needed Eric to go into great detail about bridge, and would have likely been as knowledgeable a person on the bench at the time as to the nature of ...
Eric Murray 1928-2018
As an update, the case was then appealed to the Supreme Court of Canada, which granted leave to hear it, and in a 4-1 decision upheld the conviction. The dissenting opinion to quash the conviction goes into great detail about the evidence that Eric provided at trial https://www.canlii ...
Eric Murray 1928-2018
This is the link to the 1967 Ontario Court of Appeal decision upholding the conviction of various individuals for running a common gaming house (ie rubber bridge club). Eric was the expert witness for the defence and G. Arthur Martin, one of the pre-eminent defense lawyers of his day, and ...
Eric Murray 1928-2018
Do we need to be gowned?
Eric Murray 1928-2018
Eric was someone who I was aware of since i was a kid, when my father was a member, together with Eric, Sam and Sami, of the 1964 Canadian Olympiad team that came 4th. When I moved to Toronto in 1977 to attend law school, I finally got to meet ...
ACBL Chief Executive Dismissed
Gary is correct. Paul is not related to either Ralph or myself (or Billy for that matter), although he too has a first-rate bridge pedigree. That said, i'm not sure I concur with Gary's assessment. During Ralph's and Paul's tenure as Exec Sec'y and Marketing ...
ACBL Chief Executive Dismissed
Paul wasn't the CEO; and 60K in the mid-80's was a decent salary in Memphis. That said, the Exec-sec'y's salary was not what it is today. Compensation and housing prices i suspect are two of the reasons the ACBL stayed in the Memphis/Horn Lake area ...
ACBL Search Committee Up and Rolling
As a member of a family that was involved with the Greenwich to Memphis move, i can confirm that it was that move that was decided by the razor-thin vote. The building at Democrat Road was built for the ACBL and i think suited its purposes for many years. Airways ...
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