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Stu Goodgold
Stu Goodgold
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Member Since
March 27, 2012
Last Seen
15 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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Zonal Governance Proposals
Our local bridge club has ceded our otherwise moribund Monday nights to group of social players. They typically have 4 or 5 tables. None of them are ACBL members and they don't want to be. I believe they contribute $2 per table toward the rent and other expenses. The ...
Refresher help in fundamental principles
Ed, there is an edit button available before you choose "Publish". After that you are done modifying that post.
It took 45 years but eventually....
A couple of years ago I was on lead against 3NT, holding KTx,xx,xxx,KJT9x. The auction was uncontested: 1-2;2N-3N. I made the normal lead of the J. But the only lead that sets 3N was the K, because dummy had: Jx,xxx,AQJTxx,Ax and ...
Refresher help in fundamental principles
I could not find an edit button or any other method for modifying an article once it is posted. You have to live with what you put there, and can only correct by comments or removing the post and starting a new one.
Refresher help in fundamental principles
The most frequent use is the 1-1 sequence, which is explained as often showing a weaker hand not wanting to wrong side 1NT.
Zonal Governance Proposals
Rndy asked: "is the BOG really 125 people?" The BoG is made up of 1st and 2nd alternates and 3 BoG members elected from each of the 25 districts. That adds up to 125. Plus, all Past Presidents of the BoD (that are not currently on the BoD) and all ...
Zonal Governance Proposals
The $516K probably includes the ACBL President's allocation, as well as the expenses of all the other board members. Even so, that does sound high. And this was the 990 form for 2016, where the president's budget has been reduced since your days on the BoD, Don.
Zonal Governance Proposals
Previously, I had discussed the 'one person, one vote' proposal that failed the BoG vote. That could be approximated by having a board of 9 members, each selected by about 18,000 members. You could divide the ACBL into 9 zones: Florida, California, Canada, and 6 US zones: NE, SE ...
Zonal Governance Proposals
There are other factors which no one has mentioned that might be the most important. They are enthusiasm and willingness to work. That goes further than any expertise a candidate might possess. Not everyone has the time or energy to devote to the task, and new candidates might not know ...
Zonal Governance Proposals
Per the current ACBL Bylaws, the chair of the BoG sits on the BoD with voice but no vote. Perhaps the thought was that this should continue in some form even with a smaller BoD. Just my estimation of someone else's thought process.
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