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Al Hollander
Al Hollander
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 20, 2010
Last Seen
June 21
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
getting harry goldwater to laugh when opp called director on me
Bridge Accomplishments
bbo vugraph commentator, extensive library
Regular Bridge Partners
none this millenium
Member of Bridge Club(s)
none
Favorite Tournaments
none this millenium
Favorite Conventions
big club, relay, transfer/flip-flop in non-nt
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Analysis and Visualization - 54th EBTC
1) acbl team events have neither: * a round robin component * boards duplicated across matches# * specific board information (teams just report segment scores) other than what might be available if a match is on vugraph # except for some rare instances at the beginning of the millenium when both matches in the ...
European Championships current standings
just a formatting issue starting with end of entry for Netherlands after the 2 decimal points for VP total, the final 1 or 2 digits actually ranking for the next team so NETHERLANDS 317.182 really 317.18 and the 2 should be on next line to show rank for ...
European Championships current standings
Alan [b]"the winning team from the previous cycle should get an automatic ex quota admission."[/b] a cycle in the USA - for open events - consists of annual team events at the three ACBL NABCs (spring: vanderbilt, summer: spingold, fall: reisinger) plus an annual USBC (United States Bridge Championship - aka ...
Sabine Auken & Krzysztof Martens Inducted into the EBL Hall of Fame
not to take anything away from the new inductees - but chip's mention of ACBL HoF restriction makes me wonder: has anyone ever seen a definition of EBL HoF selection criteria and/or method?
Play problem from Eurochampionships
the board was played 38 times: Open x16, Senior & Women x11 but it was only shown on vugraph 4 times. so, the auction may not mean as much as the opening lead. one other consideration might be one that i had not considered until looking at the 3 travellers: many ...
the most volatile board ever?
this may be one reason why The Bridge World (among other) shows & with a solid symbol but & as having no fill - just an outline
the most volatile board ever?
you are right Alan Sorry Kieran - i did not hunt for the 1993 scores if my sliderule is correct, the average imp exhanges were U26 2015 RR17 #3 -- 13.2 Euro 2018 RR10 #28 -- 13.0
the most volatile board ever?
wow +1150 was the score THIRTEEN times for 5X+2
the most volatile board ever?
in norway vs netherlands after K lead, , , J was led and floated when west did not cover (so said the movie as i was watching the other room) btw: that is why i checked the traveller in the first place. after seeing completion of the auction, i foolishly ...
GF relays in Transfer Walsh
the Dutch pair Danny Molenaar-Tim Verbeek play a form of T-Walsh with 1-1N = RELAY, FG (also 1-2 and 1M-2) http://www.ecatsbridgenews.com/eblsystems/2018EBLOstendOpenTeams/Netherlands/Molenaar_Verbeek_REV1.pdf
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