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Peter Gill
Peter Gill
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 5, 2010
Last Seen
June 19
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I've won over 30 National Championships and usually play for Australia (2017, 2016, 2014 etc) unless I lose our Playoff Final by one imp, which I've done three times (2015 etc) in the last decade. I'm a Sydney bridge pro who plays, directs and teaches bridge. I used to commentate on BBO a lot, but I don't have as much spare time for that volunteer task at present. My best recent result was 4th with Adam Wildavsky in the Platinum Pairs in Kansas City in March 2017.

Country
Australia

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Going minus 4000 when I should go minus 4600 and actually gaining a lot from it - google Smile Sweetly After Disaster for full story.
Regular Bridge Partners
Eric Leong, Andrew Peake, Liz Sylvester, Martin Bloom, David Hudson and Elizabeth Gilbert.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
NSWBA in Sydney, Kings and Queens in Sydney, North Shore Bridge Club in Sydney
Favorite Tournaments
Gold Coast Bridge Congress in February in Australia, American Nationals
Favorite Conventions
None - is that too many?
BBO Username
petergill
ACBL Ranking
None
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Peter Gill's bidding problem: AK862 A QJT9875 ---
Correct. Partner had QJ3 K76 K43 AQ42. 6D was a big winner due to a diamond ruff sometimes beating 6S. 3NT scored OK. Nobody bid to 6NT. 4S scored below average.
Ulf Nilsson's bidding problem: 84 762 95 KQJ632
At the other table, my opponent Alfredo Versace bid 3C over 2D after the exact same start to the auction.
Scoring errors
While the above ideas are good, I do not share Kit's enthusiasm that such changes will make scoring errors virtually vanish. Example 1 In the last session of the 2015 Reisinger, there's this typical scoring error where Multon and Zimmerman got an impossible plus 90: http://live.acbl ...
To Sabine and Roy
Al - it wasn't a Howell - it was a Snake movement (a faulty Snake movement too, in my opinion, but that's another story). The sequence of tables from 1 to 26 had been reversed for that session so that 1 was now 26, 26 was 1 etc, i.e ...
Wroclaw - the Pairs Schedule
I liked the shorter breaks on the last day (Saturday - 9.30am instead of 10am start, finished at about 6pm instead of almost 8pm). I know that was intended to get play over in time for the Closing Ceremony, but it seemed better than the previous days, in my opinion ...
Open DC Discussion Thread
I think pairs of the calibre of Meckstroth - Rodwell dropping into 64th place is just right. In fact, dropping them in to anywhere from about 30th to 80th seems fine in my opinion. The event they came from - the GNT - is a strong open event. In Australian events, for many ...
EBL Convicts Fantoni-Nunes
John - omitting Monaco players, Giorgio Duboin ahead of Zia Mahmood, Alfredo Versace and Jeff Meckstroth (who is up from tenth to fourth), ref http://www.wbfmasterpoints.com/rankingOpen.asp
EBL Convicts Fantoni-Nunes
The #1 and #2 bridge players in the world right now on the WBF's http://www.worldbridge.org/people-search.aspx are Fantoni and Nunes. I think this could do with an update, with Helgemo becoming #1.
Mysterious video. Does anyone have information about it or its origins or content?
A very good point. In addition ..... Before the tray is passed to the other side of the screen during the bidding, it should be written in the rules and encouraged for players to have the right to rearrange their screenmate's spacing of Bids and Pass cards.
Mysterious video. Does anyone have information about it or its origins or content?
My previous comment was based on the 6 min 40 sec youtube video for which Giovanni Bobbio provided a link. Laura Villa in her comments in this thread provides a link to a 13 min 36 sec youtube video. I think that video is even weirder than the other one ...
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