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Chris Compton
Chris Compton
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Member Since
Nov. 25, 2013
Last Seen
Oct. 14
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

As a bit of trivia, together with Donna Compton practicing as Compton & Compton PLLC, we have represented more ACBL members before Ethical Oversight and Attorney Discipline Committee than any other lawyers. To give fair disclosure, this is about 15-20 cases, lifetime.

Also see, for video clips and short PDF's of various bridge topics. 

We own the Bridge Academy of North Dallas which was the 13th largest ACBL club in 2017. see 

Together with Gary King of Houston, we operate two bridge land cruises a year, one held in August in Santa Fe NM and one held in May in Galveston TX, see


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Senior COC issues with fewer teams entering
Try to guarantee 3 days of play. Aquino has a very reasonable point of view. Among other things, these trials events should try to break even.
What to do after they bid over our stayman ?
Takeout doubles have a clear advantage when 2S is overcalled.
The time has come: Senior USBC Seeding
Disagree that BAM events distinguish teams more reliably than imps and so does some guy named Jeff Meckstroth.
Beth Palmer (1952-2019)
Nicely said.
RIP - Jan Janitschke
Craig and his brother Jan were the pride of Colorado.
What do you assume? What should they be?
Very reasonable
What do you assume? What should they be?
To me, giving up 1N Natural overcall in this day age (opener has 10,responder has zero) is not the way i think. Way, way more important than the other priorities.
A "Thank You" Would Be Nice !
Mamula, this is how false news gets spread. I will wager $1000.
Religious Restrictions and our Conditions of Contest
I don’t see a reasonable accommodation and believe the observant players must follow their beliefs and not play.
Would You Successful Beginning Teachers/Club Managers Please Help with this Decision?
This is all strong advice. To summarize: the less social bridge a new student has played, the longer until we worry — at all — about the bidding. The more time the truly new player spends with actual cards in their hands — the stronger the addiction and co-relative retention. Simple trick taking ...
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