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Mark Aquino
Mark Aquino
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Basic Information

Member Since
Dec. 5, 2010
Last Seen
June 30
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
75% game to win 1036 table Olympiad Fund Pairs with John Hrones, Jr. in first tournament I ever played in - 1970 Boston NABC
Bridge Accomplishments
Winner 2015 NAP Flight A with Shome Mukherjee, 2nd 2004 LM Pairs with Jon Green, 2nd 1995 Las Vegas Invitational Calcutta with the late, great Charlie Coon, 3rd 2009 Silver Ribbons with Shome Mukherjee, 4th 2015 Werner Open Pairs with Andrew Chesterton
Regular Bridge Partners
Susan Aquino, Bob McCaw, Pat McDevitt, Selen Hotamisligil, Shome Mukherjee, Andrew Chesterton
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Westwood, Bridge Spot
Favorite Tournaments
NABCs
Favorite Conventions
Jumpball
BBO Username
shark621
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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USBF invitational 1: My adventures on BBO part 3
I agree with Leif-Erik that a heart shift is marked, but I think there is a flaw in his analysis. On the hand he suggested, even with the heart shift, declarer can win the club shift in hand, cash a diamond winner pitching a heart from dummy and run his ...
ACBL: CAN IT BE SAVED?
I applaud Bob Blanchard for this posting. Highlighting the need for detailed business planning to deal with our current and projected needs due to the current shutdowns is vital. I think we have to use his thoughts as a starting point - and even now, in the midst of this horrific ...
Jay Whipple, the ACBL, BBO, and clubs everywhere have joined together to set up real Black Point Club games online.
Jeff, Kudos to you, Jay Whipple, BBO and ACBL for taking quick and bold steps to try to help our clubs and our players at a time of crisis. Some of the questions and criticisms may have some validity. Nothing is perfect the first time it is attempted. We need ...
What’s Next?
Hi Steve, I guess I wasn’t very clear. I’m not suggesting we can get ahead of the authorities. What do you think I’m suggesting - that we establish the criteria for acceptable gatherings in an attempt to avert or override current medical and governmental restrictions? That’s not ...
What’s Next?
Hi Peg, I think there is a lot of opportunity to improve the public health and hygiene of our bridge gatherings. Some work has been initiated due, in no small part, to the input and contributions of BridgeWinners staff and readers. Problem is, the efforts have yet to achieve the ...
What’s Next?
What can we do now to help ensure we will be able to get back up and running acceptably safe and sustainable face to face bridge competitions in the future?
SiVY A Story of Youth Bridge Success Part 2
Debbie, Thanks for sharing this amazing success story, and thanks for the incredible amount of work you and your fellow volunteers have done over the years. I hope your example may be emulated by others across the ACBL. I just want to add my endorsement to yours about Louis Sachar ...
Bitterman and Bendure Win Wernher
Congrats, Bob and Mark!
Junior Entry Fees at ACBL NABC
Hi Don, I’m certainly not advocating violating any tax laws. I don’t know if the argument has been previously tested that the very fact that our public and private educational systems Inherently are providing some of the skills we develop as Bridge players might be argued by a ...
Junior Entry Fees at ACBL NABC
I think all full-time students under age 25 should be allowed to play for FREE in all ACBL events at NABCs. The monies for this should be funded out of the ACBL Educational Foundation. I have no idea how the mechanism for this would work, but I trust that the ...
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