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Bryan Delfs
Bryan Delfs
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 28, 2010
Last Seen
18 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
ACBL Education Program Manager, ACBL Junior Advocate, USA U28 Team: Poland 2008
Regular Bridge Partners
Eric Sieg, Jen Chalfan, Jenni Carmichael, Tom Carmichael, Cristal Nell
Favorite Tournaments
Summer Nationals
Favorite Conventions
Obvious Shift
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Guidelines for BBO Vugraph Commentators
Roland, One thing I'd like to see added to the "Dont's", or more specifically stated if you think it is already there: "Don't focus on predicting what actions will be taken. Focus on the possibilities and the logic for why they might occur." Too, too often I ...
Way to Recover
As if Kit's articles aren't insightful enough, his responses to posted questions may be the greatest source of advanced Precision knowledge in the bridge world.
A Spingold Story
Thank, Eric! Enjoyed playing with you and our teammates. We had a lot of laughs, some good bridge and friendly opponents. I think that's all anyone could ask for at the bridge table.
Collegiate/GNT Clash: Or a call to help college players at the NABCs
Hi Kyle, I think it is great that you have thoughts on the competition and would like to make meaningful change. I have run this event for the last 3 years, and I have done everything in my power to give control to the players. Before any changes were submitted ...
ACBL Website & NABC Live Results
I'm trying to decide if it was an AutoCorrect or Freudian.
Wrapped up like a deuce
What if the position were: 2 2 A3 Now with the same statement made, would you allow Declarer to cash the 2 first and then lead to the A? Does this or does this not change the situation?
Your response? :-)
Dear Bridge Too Far, We fail to understand the problem. Can you kindly include the hand in your response?
ACBL collegiates qualifier
As a point of clarification, each day of the finals will be 2-24 board rounds, so 48 boards each day.
Politics and Bridge Winners
Your ads could be worse Alan... Just saying.
Candidate for a world record?
My instinct is that it has something to do with the location of the "next highest card" being in the same hand or the very next one. Here is an example hand: Not counting the twos (they are always in the right ...

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