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Ron Feldman
Ron Feldman
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Member Since
Jan. 24, 2015
Last Seen
Jan. 19
Member Type
Bridge Pro
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Founded the Association Of Professional Bridge Players, the first organization of Professional Bridge Players accredited by the ACBL.  Represented  the U.S. in the World Championships in 1982, 1986, and 1994.  Recognized by Who's Who In California and Who's Who In Lodging.    

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ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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Ed Marzo -- DealMaster Pro Developer
Sorry to hear about the passing of your friend. Very nice of you to take the time to let everyone know about him and his contributions to Bridge. Thank you.
Bakersfield club game
Bruce, having served on the National Conduct And Ethics Committee for over ten years in the past, the Opponents actions confirm that they acted inappropriately. To me, it is clear. And, in because this is a Social Media Forum, I wanted to share my personal views.
Bakersfield club game
To Whom It May Concern: In my opinion, Bruce Maclin is an ethical, polite, and skilled bridge player. It is people like Bruce who make tournament bridge worth playing. Besides Bruce being 100% right on all fronts on this bridge hand, it is worthwhile for me to let everyone know ...
Online NABC - Congrats to Phil Clayton
Very happy for Phil Clayton.
Remembering My Dad
Matt,good story. My guess is that your Dad knew the late Johnny Rau, who did well in the Asbury Park tournaments in the early 1930's. Became friends with Johnny when he moved out to the West Coast in his later years. And, he introduced me to Michael Gottlieb ...
Beth Palmer (1952-2019)
Universally liked... Bridge has lost one of its top players.
RIP - Jan Janitschke
Mark, thank you for taking the time and communicating the warmth in your remarks in the memories of Jan and Craig.
RIP - Jan Janitschke
Devastating news for Bridge. Jan was the best player from Denver for nearly half a century. He had impeccable character. He was a dear friend, bridge partner, and bridge teammate. He was an accomplished musician, and avid bicycle rider. He and his late brother Craig had wickedly dry unique humors ...
Did anyone who reads BW ever play against Buster Keaton -- or know someone who did?
You might ask Billy Eisenberg, as my recollection is that he may have played bridge with the likes of Dan Adams (Get Smart) and George Burns (Burns and Allen).
The Best Bridge Players On Wall Street (as of 2011)
Surprised that Nick Nickell was not included in the list on Nick combines great ability and character.
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