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Robert Greene
Robert Greene
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Basic Information

Member Since
Sept. 20, 2016
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Director
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Putting together a knockout team specifically designed to be seeded 16th and playing on day 2.
Bridge Accomplishments
Junior master of the year for district 13. Won a regular club open game with Clare. Won a gold rush with Leslie. Won a 499er tournament game with Carole three times in one weekend.
Regular Bridge Partners
Bodacious Bridge Babes, Connie, Leslie.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Santa Barbara, Thousand Oaks.
Favorite Tournaments
Ventura regional. Lompoc sectional.
Favorite Conventions
Natural
BBO Username
robert2734
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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For those of a certain age
Nobody is required to play whatever they scribbled on their convention card. You can bid whatever you like. The convention card doesn't even have to show the "partnership agreement" if there is one. Since we are talking about useful rule changes. It makes a mess for the director too ...
PhD Funding for the Sociology of Bridge
They have self learning computers now. They get an electric shock when they do bad. A green LED glow when they do good. Repeat a hundred million times. Then they play bridge better than any human. And curse partner like r lee ermey. I don't know how they learn ...
PhD Funding for the Sociology of Bridge
Whenever someone fails to return partner's lead they get an electric shock.
PhD Funding for the Sociology of Bridge
Robert Putnam of Harvard "Bowling Alone" documents the decline of all group activities. I'm not from Hopkins generation but I think the invention of TV killed family get togethers.
Play plan at 4!S
My bidding comment. If 2 doesn't promise a four card major, east can't bid 4.
Play plan at 4!S
run the ten of diamonds.
Prize money in bridge?
I was looking for an order of magnitude. Is it a hundred, a thousand, a hundred thousand. There are 17,000 people that made over $20K on OPR. Next year, will we see they same people making another $20K? Do the people that made a milion dollars this year lose ...
Prize money in bridge?
See if anyone here knows. How many professional poker players have been playing over a decade and haven't gone broke yet?
Can an invitational-classed club game restrict entry in this manner?
I do want to add that words change meaning all the time and there's nothing particularly unusual about that. It seems gender means something it didn't use to mean but that's the way things are.
Can an invitational-classed club game restrict entry in this manner?
People have sex. Things have gender. The misuse of the word gender has sort of caught on.
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