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Roy Welland
Roy Welland
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 19, 2010
Last Seen
May 18
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
winning Vandy with Christal
Favorite Tournaments
any KO
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
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Thank for clarifying that your accusations against me were based on your own interpretations of my statements and not on what I wrote. I am willing to discuss this subject with others, but our conversation is finished. Your willingness to publicly misconstrue my statements about my intended actions, and my ...
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Felix, According to you, I stated that I would not attend any event in which FN were entered. It is hard for me to disprove a negative, so I ask again (after not finding any such statement in your above post,) please help me by showing me the post in ...
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Felix, You also seemed to have missed my point about Rosa Parks. I tried to be very careful not to compare my minimal risk actions to her very brave stance, but the real point was only to show that it is not necessary for everyone to participate in the same ...
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Felix, As a basis for your accusations against me you have continually referred to my statement that I would "boycott any event F/N participated." followed by "And that now he is only going to stand up when F/N is at his table." I would be strongly supportive of ...
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Jürgen, What I meant by my statement was that after seeing the video evidence that came out, I don't personally know a single bridge player who thinks FN or FS were anything but completely guilty of massive collusive cheating. As to your other point, it's true, I was ...
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Randy, Rosa Parks, who famously refused to give up her seat to a white person on a bus in Montgomery AL in 1955, was the only one in her row of 4 seats to refuse to relinquish her seat, the other 3 stood up and moved to the back of ...
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Tom, The tournament organizers you are referring to already barred many of the cheaters from playing, it was only because they were able to get a ruling from a non-bridge related (and possibly corrupt) entity that might allow them to enter, that is not the same as them thinking they ...
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Tom, I don't understand your viewpoint. There have been many instances of federations failing, or even allowing known cheaters to continue to play in sanctioned events despite factual evidence they were cheating. Practically all efforts (outside the ACBL) to prevent cheaters from infesting competitive bridge have been unsuccessful, sometimes ...
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Greg, please watch the videos again, but starting before play begins. I think you find some compelling confirmation of your theory. FN arrived early to most matches in order to change the standard configuration of the furniture. There is never supposed to be a table visible to both sides of ...
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Sabine, Please don't waste your time with Felix Shen. He will argue with and criticize anyone taking a stand against cheaters. He appears not to understand that we are all just trying to figure out the best way forward for competitive bridge. You and I know we don't ...
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