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Tony Forrester
Tony Forrester
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Sept. 14, 2015
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Gold Cup final stages - controversial end to semi-final
A superficial analysis. Different methods can throw up more problems, some opponents can make life more difficult and the contracts can vary dramatically.
Gold Cup final stages - controversial end to semi-final
I entirely agree that the players at one table are to blame in large part for the error, however, the TD is surely there as a safeguard
Gold Cup final stages - controversial end to semi-final
I have been lured into the fray with painful reminders of dear Gus and the Night of the long pauses. Let me start by saying that our opponents this year are really good people and a pleasure to be around. They acted in excellent spirit by keeping out of the ...
The Fallacy of Restricted Choice
In fact all top players have declared hands with PRC or whatever you call it, in mind. IF we consistently got bad results, wouldn't this discussion have already happened. NO, it works at the table over millions of hands and if proof were required, that is surely it.
Forgive and forget?
Bobby, one of the finest and most insightful opinions I have read. Hope someone else in authority is listening
True North American Championships Coming
April 1st? Guess not. If it's true it's an interesting move, but not necessarily a forward going one.
In the Well: Jeff Meckstroth
Just wanted to say a few words as someone who has competed against Jeff for over 20 years. He epitomises everything a top class performer should be. Always in your face during the action while retaining complete respect for his opponents. He is top of the players who I admire ...
BZ match against Turkey EBTC 2014. Crowd-source volunteers wanted to watch videos and record gestures.
Regardless of whether this exercise proves to be one step too far or not, I really feel we should give more respect to those who are attempting to determine the validity of cheating claims. We owe them a great deal, let's give NH some leeway here.
Big wins for the Racecars in Montegrotto.
I'm sorry, if I didn't know better I would have thought people are defending them. They cheated by coughing I think, Robson and I were convinced something was going on at the 1996 Olympiad. So, Gordon I'm with you, let's have none of this nice guys ...
Michael Seamon (1960-2017)
I must add my condolences. Michael was often a teammate of mine and a better example of how to conduct yourself is impossible to find. A true friend of mine, and a great guy all round. The bridge world has lost a jewel.
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