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Stu Goodgold
Stu Goodgold
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Member Since
March 27, 2012
Last Seen
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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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The Ace of spades is missing
Law 14B applies in this case. Since you say: "The lack of the A is found out early, when drawing trumps", it is clear play has commenced. Assuming the A was not among the played tricks and cannot be found on the floor or somewhere else (and the other players ...
Russia Reinstated in World Sports Competitions
They shouldn't have much difficulty walking that extra mile - about half of them are ex-Olympians. One is a distance swimmer; maybe he swam to the Seychelles.
Russia Reinstated in World Sports Competitions
Well, there are 12 of them and they certainly are not dopes! And they are well funded - per Wikipedia: "Initially funded by the International Olympic Committee,[3] WADA receives half of its budgetary requirements from them, with the other half coming from various national governments." No doubt they picked the ...
Full disclosure?
"This is similar to people playing Flannery not alerting 1♥-1NT. But most do alert this even though technically not alertable." Technically is not the right adjective. It is specifically not alertable per an example in the Alert Procedure. And I usually hear the 1NT announced as forcing and almost ...
Lead out of turn
I posted this before: some time ago, in the old days of rec.games.bridge, the OP posted the auction and his hand, asking if you should accept the lead out of turn, noting that Bob Hamman was supposed to be on lead. The near unanimous reply was accept it ...
A question on the laws
You quoted Law 66D, which says you can ask to see the opps cards for a possible revoke or number of tricks won or lost. It does not include your curiosity of what the opps held in their hands once they accept your claim and you have no reason to ...
Department of Large Penalties
Years ago, I was dealer and vul. The auction went 1 X XX AP (against novices). Partner had his 10 HCP but was void in Diamonds. I had a 14 count with Axxx and found myself down 5 at the 1 level with 24 HCP for -2800. I could ...
Department of Large Penalties
Must be an English thing. Quite hilarious, but could have been called the Ministry of Silly Bidding. Yet still nowhere near as funny as the Ministry of Silly Walks.
Atlanta BOD Minutes and Exhibits
Likewise for the California term limits of 2 4-year terms for governor (and other offices). Jerry Brown is finishing his 2nd 4 year term and is ineligible to run again. However, he did serve 8 years in the '70s, but that doesn't count since it was before the term ...
A cute ending
Oops! Looks like I messed something up.
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