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Len Fettig
Len Fettig
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Member Since
Jan. 7, 2017
Last Seen
8 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
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District 15 - Communications and Marketing Coordinator

1st Alternate to the ACBL Board of Directors

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Gold Life Master
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Keep Bridge Alive Solutions
Ian, Ten weeks!? I'm an advocate for 20 minute lessons; followed by one hour of play. After three weeks, they should be playing rubber bridge with a group. Then several months later, a follow up session. The only convention that should be taught is Blackwood.
"Social media"
What I heard was that we must treat Gates and Buffet just like any other bridge players. Further, the ACBL cannot try to benefit from their celebrity status. This information was attributed to the support staff of Gates and Buffet.
The Longest day
The idea of having an affiliation with other organizations can provide mutual benefits. I took my concerns about our 'one-way' deal with AA to Bahar Gidwani. He assured me that he had renegotiated the arrangement so that the ACBL received something in return. He did not provide any details. Bridge ...
"Social media"
Also before unleaded gas, color TV, 8-track tape decks and many other things. None of which contributed to the decline in bridge play.
Is Bridge "Dying" or are the demographics simply changing?
It used to be called the Brooklyn Bridge, before Jeff bought it.
What’s the Point of Keep Bridge Alive?
This is the only 'study' of bridge in school that I've seen. It is not research, but still interesting information.
Challenges and concerns for the bridge community
When we have an issue and we don't know how to deal with it, we can try these approaches: - regulate it, make rules - throw money at it - do a survey - form a committee - do nothing - complain often What is missing?
Challenges and concerns for the bridge community
Alternately, we could try to keep people from learning to play Bridge. Tell them it is a pilot program and they have to qualify to be a part of it. If turned down, they can reapply up to two more times to get into the pilot group. Their friends, neighbors ...
Memphis Board Journal
Bravo. In D15, to get a team to go to the NABC, we sometimes go down to the fourth place qualifying team. The ACBL should not try a one-size fits all solution. Let the Districts implement their FAIR selection process. BTW, we are going to ramp up our commitment to ...
The 3 word challenge
A rewarding experience.

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