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A VERY nice guy and a really fine player and person
Dec. 3
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Kaufman played bridge almost non sop on trains from NYC to LA. One time a novice person cut into the game. Kaufman asked him when he learned the game? He continued I know it was today but what time today?

Someone once asked him how he should have played a hand? Kaufman replied under an assumed name.
Nov. 7
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File a recorder message with Robb Gordon
Sept. 9
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I have as hard a time believing that pun as I do of Phil Martin misplaying a hand
Sept. 2
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agreed but funny
Sept. 2
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Hear Hear
Aug. 5
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A very exciting last few boards.
Aug. 4
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I agree
Aug. 4
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Honors polled the players who opted for this feature. I hate it. Slows down the game, can hear conversation at the next table, etc.
July 22
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Congrats to the Rosenthal Team
April 23
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Robb: You aint no slouch
April 7
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If I remember correctly, there was a third brother but he did not play bridge. Won my first tournament (a BAM at a sectional in Barre VT) playing with Ray Jotchem. Hugh and Jim were the other half.
Nov. 21, 2017
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Played with Ross in pairs and on teams back in the 60s when I was in college and just learning the game. He was a pleasure to play with or against. Dined with him a few times in NYC at tournaments and he was funny and oh so smart.
Nov. 21, 2017
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Pete: If you still in NYC, there would be a drive home
Nov. 4, 2017
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In a sectional in Montreal, Buddy Marsh (a very good player) said that he held an average of 17 HCP for the session. This does not include what his partner held. This was before the days of computer dealt hands–yes it was shuffle and deal
Oct. 12, 2017
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Bravo on that appointment
Sept. 26, 2017
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I would say yes, especially knowing Jeff
July 31, 2017
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Am I the only one who saw this was posted on April 1?
April 1, 2017
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Margie: Why Steve Altman known as Antelope. I understand the others.
March 28, 2017
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I too remember The Mole. If a part of the room was dark, the director would that is OK we will place the mole there.
March 27, 2017
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