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It was a great event and as the player who actually traveled the furthest from Brisbane Australia,which is an additional 3000 kms than Perth, I would go again every time without question
Aug. 28
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And a venue costs about $300 to $500k….just saying as the local bridge club not really suitable
Aug. 15
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Yes they were and yes they do…
July 14
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And if EW get to 4, if played correctly for -1 and even with a double this is only 200 against 420 determined by director…
July 14
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E thought it was that, West said otherwise
July 14
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Rather presumptive to decide you have nothing to say to the director; It diregards the matter that the director might want to talk to you…is being patient and waiting for the director really such a chore ? You satisfy your own self interest rather than all of those at the table ?
June 20
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no further answer necessary …the master has spoken
April 25
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Is arson in Royal dockyards still a hanging offence!?!?
April 25
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At what stage does the declarer have to “give the diamond”…rules 68-70 of bridge deal with disputes with claims.
I think the expression in the laws includes “normal lines play” which is covered in these rules….If it is an expert player who has forgotten the trump count, would be most reluctant to give a favourable view on diamonds. Expert should also know claim rules….Ask Laurie Kelso, a Wbf Director and a Victorian like poster of article…for his ruling…That would be good enough for me
April 25
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I gather that you visited Australia some years ago under the pretext of a meeting with Australian Olympic Committee President John Coates to seek the AOC acquiescence for the Australian Bridge Federation to be recognised by AOC.

My understanding was the meeting did not go well and you were met with a firm rebuff by Mr Coates with regard to the AOC support of ABF becoming a member of the AOC and of any Australian support at the International Olympic Committee should Bridge be regarded as a sport of any sort within the Olympic movement.

Mr Coates remains as President of the AOC and as a senior member of the IOC since 2001.

Could you confirm that my understanding of the meeting with John Coates is accurate and what do you see as the future for the ABF in any dealing with the AOC or for that matter with the ABF and the IOC when there is such a major obstacle in place being AOC President John Coates

thank you for participating in “The well”
April 16
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Having read the paper work i am reminded of the words of legendary Oil Man Red Adair

“If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur”

As Bahar was hired to meet the specification of the job of a professional CEO, it appears he was dealing with amateurs in the ACBL………….which has cost the ACBL a rather large sum of money
March 26
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Mr Maestro Burn, if I learned one thing from this, is to explain in full the detail, on the premise that I am playing with persons who will always be lesser in their understanding…that dummy was always high, how can it matter whether or not the J ♠️ Is high ? Somewhere in WBF laws 68-70 it deals with this and uses the world “normal” which is defined, and out of this, the director has decided under what is normal it would not be irrational, for my level of ability , to forget to ruff?… which is then is a subjective view of my ability….

What is your view of laws 68-70?

Discussion only seeks to understand
March 24
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It is N on lead with…..who can see the dummy …. so can there be a line of play that would be rational for NS to win a trick…..do not WBF laws 68-70 deal with claims……North is a strong player, and the highest ranked of all the players at the table
March 23
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It has already been established earlier all trumps have been drawn …. no dispute on that … seems an issue that if spade is lead towards dummy, you forget to ruff or if a diamond lead I would not let it run to kJ ..essentially normal lines of play that would be irrational not otherwise….
March 23
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Yes North was to play and cards tabled and would see a spade would be ruffed in dummy or a diamond going to dummy
March 23
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I just though it was so obvious that it required no explanation and only common sense and we were playing strong opponents……
March 23
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On a spade dummy has to forget to ruff….! There is no logic to being surprised!
March 23
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Thanks David…. a challenge to far for me!

Because the line is obvious and silent on a reasonable line of
Play the director ruled I lose a trick !
March 23
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Ooops it is better than this
March 20
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As an aside, that bridge was part of the Asian Games is in no small part due to lobbying of the games organisers that governments alone were not responsible for. Whether this is good for bridge is for each of us to decide. It was not a disadvantage in being part of the IOC family when the organisers of the Asian Games made the decision to allow bridge to be a games participant.
March 6
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