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Stu Goodgold
Stu Goodgold
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 27, 2012
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Residing near San Jose (No. California). 

Board of Governors member

One time D21 District Director;

Former D21 President.

D21 board member.

Unit 507 board member.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Being dummy at 7D in a regional holding Kx,-,AKxxxxxxxxx,-. I laid down the all-time best trump support.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
San Jose, CA
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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Delicate Probe
After 1-1;1!N-2;2 has does responder show both 4 card majors? After your comment, I corrected the auction.
Opening 1Nt with a singleton (again) in superchart.
"Is there anything else we need to know?" Yes. If you are coming to Orlando for the World Bridge Series this Sept. you do need to know that this is a WBF event, not an ACBL event. Even though it is in the USA, ACBL Conditions of Contest do not ...
Wrong view on multi 2d by ACBL
"No defence to the Multi is perfect - and that is precisely the point: it is a very good method. In banning it, you are banning a highly effective bridge bid. Why would you want to do that? " Forcing Pass also very effective. Why do a large majority of world class ...
Can an invitational-classed club game restrict entry in this manner?
If someone can't follow suit anymore, that sounds like a real reason to deny them permission to play. Read Law 44. As I've related before on BW, in college we often had to scroung up a 4th. We coerced one student who was reluctant to play. After one ...
Can an invitational-classed club game restrict entry in this manner?
You'd have to make a determination of what "don't have it anymore" means. We have a woman who plays regularly in our best club game and can hold her own. But she doesn't quite yet meet your criteria - she won't be 100 until this July. Seriously ...
Can an invitational-classed club game restrict entry in this manner?
The code that Steve refers to also states: 2.1 An invitational game is one that limits or places restrictions on who can participate in its events. Participation commonly is limited to: a. Members and guests of the organization that holds the sanction (such as country club or fraternal organization ...
Rubber Bridge at the NABC in Philly
I stopped in a couple of time to see what was going on. Dave Berkowitz was at one table (of 4 in play) with a large group of kitbitzers surrounding him. He gave a basic explanation of each hand (bid and play) after it was over. Jay Whipple was also ...
ACBL's Bridge Bulletin Columnist: A Change of Pace
While I had not problem with Karen's series, I was put off by the March article "What is Active Ethics?" (p.32). When discussing conventions, the article said you should know your conventions, if not all situations, at least "you should know the more common sequences." It then concludes ...
ACBL's Bridge Bulletin Columnist: A Change of Pace
"I find it a bit odd that such a column (more to come) has been deemed appropriate by the Bulletin's editorial strategy shift of "catering" to today's less experienced players." Her column is in the section for Advanced Players rather than Newer or Intermediate Players.
In The Well: Chip Martel
Also, do you know of any others who also had a full-time non-bridge job (aside from sponsors)?
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