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Sabrina Miles
Sabrina Miles
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 17, 2015
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I'd rather be lucky AND good!

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning my first open pair two session event at a Regional as a C player
Bridge Accomplishments
Moving from club master to Ruby Life Master in less than 2 years.
Regular Bridge Partners
Marianne Bechet, Darryl Legassie, Arnold Berman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
BBO, Westwood Bridge Club, Newton Bridge Club
Favorite Tournaments
Saratoga Regional, Ocean State Regional
Favorite Conventions
2 way drury
BBO Username
Smiles3usa
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
Favorite CC
2/1
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Miles and McPhee
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Orlando - The ACBL Reacts!
I think this is a great move! It demonstrates that the ACBL does listen. I must admit that I found the parking situation in Orlando very aggravating. I did like Orlando in November/December. Hopefully an equally attractive location can be found without the ugly drawbacks.
Nathan Finkle's bidding problem: J963 AKT752 --- KT6
I am curious why there was an invitation with 11 HCP, a void, opposite p's opening 1NT (15-17).
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: K953 Q653 7 K943
I was a bit confused about the system; I thought that std american and 2/1 were two separate and distinct systems, no? In both systems, however, a cue of the opponents system shows a limit/limit+ raise of partner's suit.
Toronto hotels within walking distance of NABC?
With all the talk of the NABC's dying out, it seems to me that hotel reservations must be made as soon as ACBL opens them....and alternative arrangements must be made at least 6 months before to secure a decent price...with close proximity (if you are willing to ...
Poll for those who watch vugraph
Occasional remarks about the other table (closed/open of the same team), ok; but I've chosen this table. Sometimes I choose a table because there is no voice commentary...or very little written commentary at the table(s)/pair that I wish to watch. To see much written commentary ...
Another GNT Fiasco
In contract construction, the often used rule holds that specific and exact terms are given greater weight than general contract language. When the COC says that with 19-24 teams entered there would be carryover, one might expect that with 20 teams entered there would be carryover. Granted the COC was ...
Another GNT Fiasco
@Tim....that's what happens when one does not read the entire COC. There is/should have been carryover when there are over 19 teams. But if one reads only a portion, it is easy to come to the wrong conclusion. Apparently, many did not bother reading the entire COC
Another GNT Fiasco
@Tim, apparently the TDs don't read it, unfortunately.
Another GNT Fiasco
Just because the district decides on the COC does not guarantee that the Directors follow those COC. For flight B in D25, they didn't. Carry over was done away with because the COC was not followed.
Is there something better than BBO?
As someone who LOVES BBO, I would say that the robots could use some fine tuning. What I'd like to see is an option for players to check off what additional/fewer conventions that the bots could/would not play; e.g., check puppet and the bots play it ...
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