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Mike McNamara
Mike McNamara
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 10, 2010
Last Seen
March 21, 2017
Member Type
Bridge Player
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Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
3rd World Mixed Swiss Teams (2010), Winner Bruce LM Pairs (2010)
Regular Bridge Partners
Sylwia McNamara
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Give the 27-54s some love!
Adam is right on this one. The NYC Regional stuck with it and now has a very successful two night IMP Pairs played by many working 26-54 year olds.. On another note, NYC does a great job keeping strong events like the Goldman Pairs and the two-day BAM. When every ...
Give the 27-54s some love!
Michael, You are right, "the ACBL should think harder and work harder" on promoting the game in our age group. However, they don't. We have begged them for at least the better part of a decade. They have done nothing but increase the proliferation of senior events. When we ...
Give the 27-54s some love!
Henry, I think the European solution might be the answer. Given that Sylwia is Polish I have played in Europe a lot. I like the inclusive nature of European events as opposed to here where you are excluded if you are not a senior or not a woman (Why the ...
Give the 27-54s some love!
Henry, While I qualify for the platinum pairs, what percentage of players under 55 do you think both qualify and will make day 3? Come on now? And what about day 2 of the Blues in the Fall? And even if the number was big, why should seniors have all ...
Juniors Who Play Exotic Systems
I happened to pick up a bridge book recently from 1968. The book predicted that in the "future" light openings, 5-card majors, and RKC Blackwood would be among the common conventions played by top players. I was amazed at its accuracy in predicting this and other aspects of the future ...
Recommendations to the ACBL re Zero Tolerance
The policy is great as written. However, since it is never enforced, it is in actuality totally useless. I have seen some of the most disgusting behavior at the bridge table (twice ending with the offending player being punished by a conduct & ethics committee) and on none of those occasions ...

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