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Congrats Eddie, pathetic it took this long.
March 1, 2016
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Obviously there has been no one more deserving of this award in our lifetime. Boye's deportment at the table is beyond reproach. His courage and commitment to our game in the last 6 months have been invaluable in present times and will have a tremendous effect going forward. Whether O.J. Fisher and the likes are convicted of their crimes or not the playing field has been leveled. Congratulations Boye, and thank you.
Jan. 28, 2016
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the beauty of reverse flannery is how much it defines other bids when you can rule out the hand types needed to make a reverse flannery response-although always right siding spades and sometime right siding hearts is also a huge benefit along with playing 4h instead of 2m when you are 5+-4 in majors and partner opens and rebids his minor and you dont have enough to bid on. its the same thing with playing flannery–its not the actual flannery auctions that are so great but the inferences you have when your partner bids 1s over 1h, or when your partner opens 1h and you can assume he doesnt have 4 spades unless he has reverse values. Also bidding 1nt/1h gets you a spade lead into your 4 card suit sometimes, along with bidding 1nt with 4 spades allows you to next bid “impossible” 2s to show other hand types. You are often so much better placed in competitive auctions when you know partners spade holding is limited. I can see why Reese hated flannery so much–lets just say he didn't neeeed it….
Jan. 12, 2016
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Great story, but I still vote FREDIN for President
Dec. 24, 2015
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Weinstein lost his 8th cavendish win on the last board when the Germans had this auction and played their 3-1 against Woolsey- Stewart who now won the event…
Dec. 22, 2015
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The rules of bridge must eventually change so that active ethics is practiced to a higher degree. For example, let's assume an egregious bid is made on Ui ( forget this hand, it doesn't qualify) should the bid just be taken away? I don't think so ,further penalty must be considered, so that free rolling with Ui will not be encouraged anymore.
Dec. 12, 2015
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Look at covers of acbl bulletins. Do the opposite. Look at efforts by acbl to get young people into bridge. Do the opposite. Just like learning bridge, the negative inference can be a powerful learning tool.
Nov. 24, 2015
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I would just like to say that Alfredo Versace for me is the most beautiful, natural player and bidder in the world. I have felt this way for many years. Although Steve and I usually lose to Alfredo and Don Lorenzo I can also say there has never been a moment in many, many boards where they haven't been anything but 100000% honest.
Nov. 23, 2015
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Jlall spot on as usual….
Nov. 20, 2015
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Between this and the ronconno moronic post it almost makes you want to reconsider our rights to freedom of speech. Then I read Tom Hanlon's line-“see you at the table lads” and I laughed so hard I'm almost happy I wasted 10 minutes reading this trash.
Nov. 12, 2015
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Hey Brad-thx for the Monday morning advice…
Nov. 12, 2015
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Great article, Liz. Another issue we need to address is how to make it more difficult for these low life cheats to come back and sue the leagues for depriving them of the right to make a living after they have been found guilty of cheating.
Nov. 12, 2015
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Or a small putz…
Nov. 1, 2015
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C'mon David gimme 1 guess….Lotanna?
Oct. 31, 2015
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Boye- hard to relax- we down 2-0 in World Series -but I am totally with you- teasing Michael is a lotta fun- hence my list of things he can't do was lengthy.
Oct. 30, 2015
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Boye,sorry you didn't get to see Michael Rosenberg inducted into the hall of fame. Part of my induction speech was a list of things he can't do. One of those things was accept an opponents revoke. That is who he is. As heroic as you have been, putting Michael on any “wanted” list could be a sign you need a vacation. I'll chip in, you deserve it.
Oct. 30, 2015
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The concert in Ireland is the best thing I have ever seen. 500 times.
Oct. 21, 2015
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Chris Harris - can't thank you enough that was awesome! And old buddy jim brenner- can't wait to see you in Daytona!
Oct. 20, 2015
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One of the few leonard songs where the music is great but I don't know what the hell he's talking about. Anybody?
Oct. 20, 2015
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The only aspect of the interview that I disagree with David is when he said that if Gawrys had bid 4s (as most would ) Klukowski would certainly have bid rkc anyway. In real life the best bridge players don't always make the winning bid and sometimes choose to go a little high or low in a tight spot– or just misjudge.
Oct. 8, 2015
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