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Edward Jones
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Dec. 12, 2010
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June 23
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Thank you Zia!
Awesome!
Well done Alex Hydes!
People told me that the extra boards could only be taken in the final. Think there was a change in the CoC to previous.
Well done Alex Hydes!
The Spring Fours was actually the final leg of the Triple Crown after Alex won the Pula Spring Teams last week. A thumping win in the last match saw him home. http://www.bridge.hr/tournaments/192
Finishing on the Sunday at NABC in Vegas
Perfect, thanks Paul :). I actually emailed one of the names associated with this a few months back and they said 730 but they didn't sound very sure, so I thought I'd check here! I'm not advocating leaving early. In fact I disapprove when people do it normally ...
The Club's Coffee-Housing
I can't really be bothered to read the whole thread but: 1. If your opponents are decent enough to recognize the situation, how can you possibly read anything into it. They wouldn't actually be thinking of playing the Queen... 2. If you have a 100% read that with ...
Edward Jones's bidding problem: AQJ7x Kxx --- K9xxx
Does it matter :)? Hand 30 of session 2. https://www.ebu.co.uk/results/701
Is N/S damaged?
Bit of an aside but in a social pairs game without convention cards, I would have mentioned to the opponents that XX showed . 1 was natural, it was East's best suit opposite a take out double. So there's no damage there.
The non World Wide Bridge Contest
Agree with the sport comment, though not sure whether bridge being a sport has any impact on whether qualifiers here were treated properly. I'd think it was an equal farce if the Monopoly World Final had been rearranged continuously like this. I think I would have been a little ...
Fantoni, Buratti, Lanzarotti & Co. in Milan
Pretty sad to see...
Fleisher and Martel Lead Blue Ribbon Pairs
Well if you only take joy in winning - maybe. I would have thought the majority would relish to opportunity to play against the best in the world.
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