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Alex McGregor
Alex McGregor
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Member Since
Jan. 28, 2011
Last Seen
7 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

former D18 board member


Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
nothing much
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Saskatoon Bridge Club
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Helgemo and Helness situation
Donald Lussky No education and still make 300-500k/year-not too bad and we all know people who make more then that ------------------------------- as in all NFL players, about 80% of whom are broke within 3 years of retirement:
Your Opinion on This Director Call and Possible Re-call?
I've been a club director for about 40 years. I think I'm one of the best in my club. If I'd been a player in your position, I wouldn't have said a word, called the director or done anything you did. If in fact, if both ...
Jones Tapped to Head ACBL
Is there a reason that some threads are started by "ACBL Official"? All other commentators have to have their identities confirmed in some manner. Why not everyone?
Declining the revoke penalty
Sorry all, Narsingh and I go back a long time. When I started playing, he was "one of the good players" who taught me a lot. Then he moved SOB and I saw him, maybe twice, in 20 years. Then, we re-discovered each other when BW appeared and have met ...
Declining the revoke penalty
Narsingh, even thought it's been at least 40 years since we've been at the same table, I'd say you did the right thing. Just like you would have done then. Now if I had been your opponent, it would be much better to call the director, accept ...
What do you expect?
(S)he who jumps to 3NT, plays there.
Help Wanted CEO ad for the ACBL
Why is that? What are your qualifications technology-wise? Edit: spelling
Letting them off a revoke
Barry: you said "I have absolutely no respect for people who never bother to read and understand the rules of the game and think their own opinion matters more than the rules." So now that Ed has told you the rule that you did not know, how much respect do ...
How would you rule? (follow-up post)
IMHO, if N tells the director what S might have done, rather than S doing it, he is telling S what to suggest. He may be right, but not within his rights. S chose not to compete over what he thought was a natural and NF 2D. When he learned ...
How would you rule? (follow-up post)
While the laws allow you to call the director they don't allow you to tell partner what he would/should have done. If you were my partner, we would never again have a similar situation since you would never sit across the table from me again.

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