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Nick Krnjevic
Nick Krnjevic
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Bridge and Artificial Intelligence in Orlando
Excellent news - best of luck with the project!
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Best wishes on a successful launch. I do hope the WBF has finally realized that deafening silence is not a viable strategy. So maybe the powers-that-be will see the light and comment on the book at Orlando.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Avon - congratulations on both the enormous effort and impressive result. It's a shame Eric Murray - who recently passed - wasn't able to read this. He was 4 times "runner-up" to the Blues. I'd be interested in reading Hamman and Wolff's comments (6 times "runner-up"). When is the ...
What are your pet peeves?
Bronze Medalists: People who loudly read out the scores achieved by every other pair that has played the board so far. Silver medalists: People who chat noisily throughout the game. Gold medalists: Bronze and silver medalists who get upset when you ask them to lower their voices.
In The Well: David Berkowitz
The prodigal son turned up at a Montreal regional later that year with the same team - the third set of pros "ont fait scandale" with their satin shorts (dentelle?) and decolletage.
In The Well: David Berkowitz
David - two questions related to Lille: a) did you and LC change your system after Lille 98 so that you could defend a re-doubled contract (first board, last round, though I suspect you don't need the reminder) b) About a decade after his British Open calamity, Jean Van der ...
The Next Step
As of October 17th 2018 the phrase "bridge at the highest level" will have new meaning north of the 49th....
The Next Step
Les -welcome to Bridgewhiners .....
A 1987 Hamman-centric NYT article on bridge...
Good catch Peg - Golf's all time great Jack Nicklaus shared Hamman's view - when asked what made him such a frequent contender in the majors, JN thought his great strength was being able to limit the damage and stay in contention to win the tournament on the days he ...
The Next Step
Daniel-the benefit accorded to a confessed and repentant criminal is inversely related to the severity of the crime. Premeditated cheating is the bridge equivalent of first-degree murder.
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