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Mark McEnearney
Mark McEnearney
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 18, 2010
Last Seen
July 24, 2018
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Non Life Master
MM basic 2/1
2 over 1
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Interview with Steve Weinstein
Enjoyed the camaraderie and comments about Hamman's play, Steve's take on what it feels like to play in clean tournaments now where winning is all about playing well in a fair fight like the incredible battle between Harris and Rosenthal yesterday. Wow! Good stuff. Thank you both.
Bates and Kasle Win IMP Pairs -- Retracted
And to give credit where much credit is due, well done Aaron and Sylvia!
In the Well: Justin Lall
Good morning Justin. I followed your team during the 2011 US trials and the Bermuda Bowl finals in Veldhoven. That was the most fun I've ever had kibbing high-level bridge online. You mentioned in your reply to Felix that being a good bridge player is being honest, unbiased and ...
Solid Suit
Enjoyed your article Kit. Do you also use solid suit RKC after 2/1 sequences such as 1S 2H 3S?
Jenny Wolpert Video Interview
So good to hear this beautiful description of our game from such a wise, young bridge player. Thank you.
FIREMAN wins Roth Open Swiss
Congratulations to the Fireman team and to the Breed team and my bridge hero, Jeff Roman, for finishing second in a tough field.
Las Vegas NABC, Day 4, Life Master Pairs Finals
Well done Polly! Enjoyed the writeups.
In the Well: Bobby Levin
Good morning Bobby. In a 1998 interview in the ACBL Bridge Bulletin, you talked about a guy at a regional in Daytona who failed to take the setting trick in a hand he defended against you which cost him the win. You said he looked like he wanted to kill ...
Free Android DD Solver
Thanks for your thoughtful reply John.
Free Android DD Solver
Hi John. Can Bridge Solver do this: load a previously played hand from, say, the BBO Vugraph Archives or Hand records repository; kib one player (hide hands for other 3 players); step through the auction one call at a time; and step through the play one card at a time?
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