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Paul Wrigley
Paul Wrigley
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Basic Information

Member Since
Nov. 7, 2013
Last Seen
21 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Played bridge seriously in England from 1974 - 1980. Moved to Portland, Oregon in 1980 and played very little until a cruise in September 2013. Discovered I still enjoyed duplicate. Started playing at the local club and looking for a serious partner.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
With age, can still smile when partner leaves me in a 4-1 fit.
Bridge Accomplishments
English Pre-Camrose Trials in 1978 and 1979.
ACBL Ranking
None
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Who owns this disaster?
Playing Precision, I raised to 3
Balancing 2NT
18-20, balanced, spade stop
SEARCHING FOR EARLY WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BOOKS
Shipping to Australia is expensive since from the USA it has to go airmail. Postage for a 2lb book is $22. Australia still has a surface rate for books. I just bought 26 books and the shipping Australia - USA was only $60. Took about 4 weeks to reach me. A ...
What are the most effective ways to use 4C/4D openings?
10. OPENING FOUR-LEVEL BID transferring to a known suit.
The Truth about Terrence Reese
What were the scores of the other pairs - NA, British & Italian?
An open appeal to Marc Smith
You can find a beat up copy @ $16 in England and a Near Fine copy @ $27.50 from Bingo Books in Vancouver WA (Use Coupon Code A46LP8 to get a 5% discount)at www.abebooks.com.
Polling of peers, and possible pitfalls
Playing 4 card majors, Opener may have just 4 spades & 4 hearts in this sequence
New ACBL website
Almost hidden on the left hand side of the “Charts, Rules and Regulations” page , you can find the link "Helpful Documents"
Paul Wrigley's bidding problem: --- KT853 KJ96 AQT4
New partner. In the short time we had to discuss the system, we agreed not to play support doubles.
whats the plan with this big hand?
Playing Acol, back in the 70s, the system we used was: 1NT - 2 - 2Any - 3m showed 5 of the minor and 4 of an unbid major. 1NT - 2 - 2/2 - 4m showed 5 of the minor and 4 of the bid major. This allows the double ...
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