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Peter Hasenson
Peter Hasenson
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Basic Information

Member Since
Nov. 6, 2011
Last Seen
53 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Bridge player, adminsitrator, photographer, journalist & historian. Day job = real estate consultant

Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
2016 English National Pairs champion and currently (12 August 2016) placed 31st in EBU rankings - www.ebu.co.uk/ngs
Regular Bridge Partners
David Sherman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Young Chelsea, TGRs, Pinner
Favorite Tournaments
TGRs Auction Pairs
Favorite Conventions
The fewer the better!!
BBO Username
11818
ACBL Ranking
None
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Convention Chart Revisions
I applaud the ACBL for both posting this on BW but more importantly for its open dialog with its membership on these matters. I would like to think that ACBL has set the standards in these respects and other NBOs will follow suit in future.
Post 10. Captain Ewart Kempson & the first British broadcast of a Bridge programme Friday 15th September 2017.
Stayman In 1939, Jack Marx thought of the idea of using a two club response to a one no-trump opening to enquire about length in the majors. He wrote about his ideas and gave copies of these notes to friends but the outbreak of World War II prevented publication. When ...
Post 10. Captain Ewart Kempson & the first British broadcast of a Bridge programme Friday 15th September 2017.
Bridge on the Television By George Baxter BBW September 1937 A hand of Contract Bridge makes an excellent feature for a Television display, and two highly successful experiments have been carried out. The method of procedure is that the hand to be played is shown on a large board, and ...
Post 10. Captain Ewart Kempson & the first British broadcast of a Bridge programme Friday 15th September 2017.
Captain Ewart Kempson By Hubert Phillips BBW March 1935 At the end of Ewart Kempson’s recent book - his account of the Fourth Annual Bridge Contest between representative teams from North and South - is the mysterious caption “Thus ends my Swan Song.” What this means will not be clear to ...
Post 10. Captain Ewart Kempson & the first British broadcast of a Bridge programme Friday 15th September 2017.
Captain Ewart Kempson 1895-1966 By Bernard Westall BM June 1966 The sad news of the death of our dear Editor, Ewart Kempson, has been received with deepest sorrow not only in England but in all parts of the world where Bridge is played. Ewart was one of the last personalities ...
Name that Call?
And now for something different... THE OPERATION WAS A FAILURE BUT THE PATIENT THRIVED! The great Irving Rose playing with Barnet Shenkin in the 1988 Staten Bank pairs held: 8 9 KJ7543 KQ972 Barnet opened one spade. Heinrich Berger, next to call, stuck four hearts on the table. What could ...
Name that Call?
How can it possibly be slammish in Hearts!?
Vote as you wish
I am not sure that the result of this poll will settle anything other than to prove that more BW members feel it should be one way or the other. Surely this matter is worthy of far greater in depth research.
ATB - another slam missed
I would rather blast 7 spades then bid 4 spades to play! Clearly North is to blame for his lame 4 spade bid.
Beating The Drum
@Patrick: You have clearly a) Never hosted in a club, or b) played rubber bridge!
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