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Rick Roeder
Rick Roeder
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 19, 2010
Last Seen
Oct. 21
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Rick Roeder is an actuary and an author who has written a books on Rock & Roll  and College Football history.  

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Beating Up on Barry Crane
Bridge Accomplishments
Numerous Top 5, Top 10 National finishes
Regular Bridge Partners
Liliane Marquet, John Jones, Lynne Feldman,
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
sartorius – roeder
2 over 1 -- except competition
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2/1 except in comp
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T'Pau and the Winkle
how many decades old is your pic?
I am mad as hell and I am not going to take it anymore
Hi Dave, I get your irritation but bridge is an eternally imperfect game. For example, a regular partnership knows some of the ramifications between a 3-second hitch and a 10-second hitch in certain auctions. What to do? I agree with Ai-Tai that either a warning or a modest procedural penalty ...
Bitterman and Bendure Win Wernher
Way to go, guys! Just more evidence that the games in Ann Arbor 50 years ago were tough!
Home Team Wins GNT
Thanks to you (and BBO) for such an exciting match!! Being quarantined with a sick cat in San Diego, this made the weekend (and especially Sunday) go by more pleasantly. Congrats!
Open Las Vegas Discussion Thread
Hey, Chris Thanks for posting. First time I knew that you had standards. ") ") :)
Thanks, Fred Gitelman
Obviously, Fred's contributions to the game are clearly beyond calculation. Almost as impressive to me is that he combined expertise, class and kindness at the bridge table.
GNT Format: Going Forward
Art, I agree with all your points but one. I like the idea of multiple flights (how many is certainly open to debate). Multiple flights should immediately eliminate any thought of handicapping. No ideal way to handicap in any event.
GNT Format: Going Forward
Hi Ellis, In a 3-team final, I, too, am opposed to having one team being excused after the results of only 30 boards. That is one reason why I think some percentage of carryover from previous day head-to-head is important. But, as I said before, I was just trying to ...
Avon always keeps it real!
GNT Format: Going Forward
I want to be clear. I am in NO way an advocate of 3-team final days. However, a District may have some reason, relatively unique to its District, to do so. One of the prime objectives of any format should be to maximize the incentive for "full effort." I view ...

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