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Steve Willner
Steve Willner
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June 14, 2013
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Live and play in Boston area.

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United States of America

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The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Thanks. I just ordered from "jeremy," who seems to be cheaper than BB.
New ACBL Convention Charts - general club impact
Thanks for the information. I wish it had been available from an official source.
New ACBL Convention Charts - general club impact
Polish Club, in particular the 1 opening, will not be legal under Basic+ so far as I can tell. The article in the Bulletin claimed it would be legal, but I've received no response to my query about which provision allows it. I don't see any. It ...
New ACBL Convention Charts - general club impact
In general, the Open chart will allow a wider variety of competitive methods than the GCC does. Over natural openings, a known suit will still be required in most cases, but the bid to show it need not be in that suit.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Any update on the book's availability in the US? I put my email address on a list but have seen nothing yet.
Stuff about appeals that some people may find boring
"It doesn't matter how likely it is judged that West would have bid 3." That's an interpretation I've never seen before. Law 12C1b says the Director "should seek to recover as nearly as possible the probable outcome of the board had the infraction not occurred." (Wayne ...
Do What Will Motivate Governing Bodies; Not What is Easy
Steve has an interesting idea, but is the amount enough? Having 70 teams contributing $500 per team is only $35000. Would that even make a dent in litigation cost? If the potential cost is as low as that, I wouldn't expect it to be much deterrent to the ACBL ...
Why does Harvard hate bridge?
The MIT club keeps a low profile and isn't exactly a high priority with the MIT administration. It does retain enough status to get a free room, though.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Avon: could you please check the reason Sheinwold was barred from captaining an American team? My memory is that it was because he didn't tell the then-ACBL president Lew Mathe about the accusations against Zuchelli and Facchini (sp?) at the 1975 BB. (That proved to be a good decision ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
I have no trouble deciding which is more upsetting.
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