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Alan Powell
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Member Since
June 11, 2018
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3 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

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Member of Bridge Club(s)
Owner of Essex Bridge Center, Livingston NJ
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
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Questions on Bridge Mates and Dealing Machines
Definitely To get the same effect, I take the decks from the bottom two boards and put them in the hopper before I start. As I do each board, I add the new deck on top. It makes the whole process smoother and it rotates your cards so that they ...
Questions on Bridge Mates and Dealing Machines
You should only have to reset the individual bridgemates if you had an issue during the game. If you change the ending round number or had a server crash and swapped to travelers then you will have to reset the bridgemates manually. There is an option in the settings to ...
The dividing line between advanced beginner and intermediate?
I agree with Barbara about the conventions and the beginner games. Start them playing as soon as possible. If you want to end with duplicate players, start with duplicate players. Masterpoints are great hook and they don't have to join the ACBL to get the little slips of paper ...
Honors' version of a Pro-Am
I like the idea. We haven't had a Pro-Am in quite a while. They are difficult to organize and it is hard to get enough Pros when it is one to one. There was a lot of complaining from the Ams about which Pro they were matched with. For ...
Honors' version of a Pro-Am
Also important, what do you consider an Am? Is there a minimum proficiency necessary to play?
What are the benefits of sanctioned bridge?
I vote for more rooms. I spent quite a bit of money over 15 years ago on soundproof dividers so that I could split my space in half. I keep them open while running regular games. I can run a game on one side and a lesson on the other ...
Common Game 8/8 Board 30
So after spending some quality time with the Hand Pattern Analyzer on your website,(A wonderful tool btw, thank you for providing it) I agree that the number of hands where North will have Hearts and Clubs guarded are about 2-1 over the number of hands where Hearts and Spades ...
Common Game 8/8 Board 30
All of the squeezes are simple(even if you can play them as a double) since no suit can be guarded by both defenders. We can ignore the trivial cases where all 3 suits are guarded by one defender and the failing case where South has Clubs and Hearts. Leaving ...
For Table Teachers: Has anyone tried this?
Moved upthread where it belongs
For Table Teachers: Has anyone tried this?
Yeah well its pouring here in Jersey right now, now is the time to pinch an umbrella from lost and found if I were you.
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