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Tom Dressing
Tom Dressing
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 26, 2011
Last Seen
Jan. 11
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America
Website
http://www.bridgeinchicago.com

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning GNT's in 1991 - Albeit Flight C
Regular Bridge Partners
Linda Trent (sister), Ken Wolf, Dave Marker, David Langer, Mark Ginsburg
BBO Username
tedressing
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Web Movements Help
I was able easily grab this webs.zip file, and then copy the movements into the C:\ACBLSCOR\MOV directory for easy access. Thanks!!! So far, so good!
Web Movements Help
On Jan 2017, the file on the mit.edu website is no longer available.
Stephen Hawking fears robots could take over in 100 years. I tend to disagree.
Side comment... If this was on BBO in a robot tournament, I can win ACBL Masterpoints for this type of play by my opponents??? I think this a funny hand, don't get me wrong... :-)
Proper Auction
Maybe at your table, it went: 2-P-4-X; P-4-P-P; P
Proper Auction
When you say "proper" -- I'm thinking you mean that you get your LOL's at the local dup to bid it??? I've seen the local dupe's you play at! ;-) LOL's at my club shiver to think about bidding a weak 2 with a 5 card suit ...
Ruling and Ethics at the local club
Thanks to all that commented with suggestions as to how to handle this situation. I wanted to tell you how the story ended: -- After talking with a couple of other EW pairs, they confirmed that the board was not fouled by the time that they played the hand. -- I since ...
ACBL API? for Tourney Trax
Too bad! Let me know if you hear differently.
Ruling and Ethics at the local club
I am the new club owner, and have directed for years. (just two months at this club)
Ruling and Ethics at the local club
Yeah, and it was even the holiday Party too... what a Grinch!!
Ruling and Ethics at the local club
It is unlikely the board was fouled. Looking at the board in question -- this happened in the first round. Most players were in 6, making 6. There were 25 tables in play in two sections. (I don't score across the field -- but want to!)
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