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Jordan Cohen
Jordan Cohen
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 18, 2011
Last Seen
40 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

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
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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The Greatest Play
I believe I did too; sent MICHAEL a private message, but the suspense is killing me
Remembering My Dad
And then the Mets for a year or two
David Caplan (1964-2019) - Our Story
An elegant and eloquent tribute. Well done, Fred. David will be sorely missed.
Jenkins and Cronier Win Wagar Pairs
C'est fantastique!
Pro bridge - players, clients and fees
For a brief moment in the mid-70's the ACBL created a "registered professional" designation [requirment?]. I've forgoten what the ultimate policy goal was, but it seems pros, at that time did NOT want to step forward and declare themselves and it was soon discarded. The league also had ...
Pro bridge - players, clients and fees
My law firm too prefers retainers, especially for litigation, as we don't do any contingency work. Otherwise, you end up in the "I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today" school.
Pop History: The POWs Found a Way (Sports Illustrated, March 26, 1973)
I was living in Memphis between 1972-74 at the time when the Vietnam War POW's were being released. One evening, Nate Silverstein, who was Mr. Bridge in Memphis, asked me to play in a local duplicate at the M.A. Lightman Bridge Club, with Commander Ray Vohden, one of ...
Orlando Hotel Price
i thought i saw resort fees being waived for Hawaii. maybe that's what you saw
Schubiner and Wynston Win Women's Pairs
Congrats! More hardware heading north!
Carruthers and Roche Win LM Pairs
Fantastic job guys! Appropriate that the trophy return north for the first time in 49 years--worthy successors to Murray-Kehela.

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