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Dave Gillespie
Dave Gillespie
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 30, 2010
Last Seen
Feb. 18
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
7060 18 HIGH
Bridge Accomplishments
Regular Bridge Partners
Member of Bridge Club(s)
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Favorite Conventions
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Three NABC+ events being played concurrently
can someone move from 1 of these events and still win the second. that is something i have never liked. my feeling is if you are not there in the beginning you are not in the event. when i look at these events, i can see why they are concurrent ...
ATB - 7N a no-no
east was showing either the S QUEEN or extra length..
Placing a whole heap of bidding cards on the table.
in a rubber bridge game i was watching, 2NT - 7NT. responder looking at a balanced 20. - another hand i opened 1C partner bid 1S with AKQxxxx V AKQxxx i rebid 7S.
Homage to Michael Rosenberg
this reminds me of a hand when i was in 6C and belonged in 6S. missing K fourth in C, i played small to the ace with the intention of a finesse, but when left hand played the 2 i almost played the ace. my thinking was about combos and ...
500,000-1 Hand
the most points i have ever held was 28. i didn't even have the most in my partnership that day, my partner picked up 29. - no computers involved.
The Second Overtrick
looks to me that S opened the bidding.
Define 'Fragment'
i have always thought of fragment meaning 3, based on the usage when playing flannery.
commentating on other table
personally i prefer no commenting about the other table. i can go to the other table if i want to anytime on my own.
Club UI problem
this is why i like the rule when you preempt you don't bid again, unless systemically forced or asked. - real life example 2NT on my left partner 4H - 4S - P - P - PARTNER bid 5h and they get to 6S making. partner had 9 solid H's. no computers involved.
CEO is Dead, Long live the Executive Director
why bother with a ceo or anything else if the board is going to run things.

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