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Paul Linxwiler
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July 1, 2010
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Bridge Bulletin executive editor. Member of the Bridge Bulletin editorial staff since 1997.

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United States of America

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Member of Bridge Club(s)
M.A. Lightman Bridge Club, Memphis
BBO Username
plinx
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Henry G. Francis
Farewell, Henry. The Bridge Bulletin family will miss you.
Email from BBO: ACBL NABC Online Indiv Update - First practice tourney and some event basics
Nick Straguzzi, where are you? You simply MUST write a story about Chtonic playing in this event.
Greco is 2016 Player of the Year
They say confession is good for the soul, so I feel I must apologize to everyone (especially Eric and Jeff) for incorrectly reporting that Jeff had the POY race locked up in the Daily Bulletin on Friday, Dec. 2. I was aware that drop-in players were eligible to receive the ...
ACBL Junior Memberships: What do you think of new policy?
Gene, Postage/Freight each month varies slightly between $52K and $54K. (Freight makes up about $3K of this total.) These numbers are solely for the Bridge Bulletin: Other ACBL mailings have their own budget lines.
ACBL Junior Memberships: What do you think of new policy?
The numbers for printing and mailing described in this thread are correct. Roughly speaking, each issue of the Bridge Bulletin costs about $100K to produce. Note that this is not the fully allocated cost of the magazine, i.e., it does not include salaries or ad revenue. The print run ...
Injunction Lifted
Where can the appellate decision be found online? Or is this an April Fool's joke?
Carmichael and Humphreys Win Mixed Pairs
Congrats, Jenni and Greg!
Spingold Comparisons / Trophy Presentations
Kirsten, there are very few folks left after the last quarter of these long KO matches, and press won't show up at arbitrarily late times to see a trophy presentation. I've been doing this for 18 years as part of the Daily Bulletin staff and I can tell ...
ACBL Board Atlanta Discussion Item: NABC Appeals Committees
ACBL conducts polls on starting times at the NABCs. The results reveal two distinct populations: one that favor m/a games and one that a/e games. I agree, Jonathan, the m/a schedule plays havoc with meetings. I myself prefer a/e games. But the results have been pretty ...
ACBL Board Atlanta Discussion Item: NABC Appeals Committees
If the afternoon start time is 3:30 for screened events. that means 7:30 or 8 for finish times, not 9. And as far as m/a start times, ACBL polls show that there is NO consensus on what's preferred, although there is some split among those who ...
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