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Tony Forrester
Tony Forrester
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Sept. 14, 2015
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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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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.
The responsibilities of bridge professionals
You can always call the TD yourself. Further, I would add that of the several hundred times players have revoked/led out of turn/exposed a card etc and had any penalty waived, not one has ever insisted I enforce the Law. And I cannot remember any critical comment as ...
The responsibilities of bridge professionals
Am I to understand from your OP that if I fail to enforce a revoke (an irregularity), that I should be punished to the full extent of the Law? Please tell me I have misunderstood your intention here.
Fact Instead Of Fiction: A True Report on the Denver Regional
How about shouldn't have been posted at all
Fact Instead Of Fiction: A True Report on the Denver Regional
Just read your badge of honour post, Richard, which no doubt was aimed at me, DG and AM. And to think I believed you had mellowed. Never mind. Unlike you, I accept the contrary view to mine without having to insult it.
Is using the rules (even obscure) always ethical?
Thanks, Iain, appreciate the comment. I would be happy to volunteer but I know from past experience that my views are not welcome. Maybe DG would have a better shot. Good idea though.
Is using the rules (even obscure) always ethical?
I really feel we have all had our say. Now it's time to move on.
Is using the rules (even obscure) always ethical?
And to Phil, a Scot revoked in the camrose recently and I waived that. so, not always for England either, RJF was not captain.
Is using the rules (even obscure) always ethical?
Gonzalo. Absolutely not
Is using the rules (even obscure) always ethical?
David B, if that scares you, you have led a very sheltered life. In fact, I am perfectly happy to be used as a figurehead for anyone who deems that enforcing the (revoke) rule is inappropriate in the circumstances. Whatever they might be. Since when has leniency been a negative ...
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