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Eric Rodwell
Eric Rodwell
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Member Since
Aug. 10, 2010
Last Seen
June 24
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

World Champion and author of the book The Rodwell Files.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Multiple World and National Champion
Regular Bridge Partners
Jeff Meckstroth
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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Columbus Hotel Cancellation and ACBL response
Not commenting on how hotel cancellations are handled. I am expressing a desire for the tournament to be held for those who wish to attend. I’m certainly not advising anyone whether or not to attend if the NABC is in fact held.
Ed Marzo -- DealMaster Pro Developer
As Larry states I worked with Ed for 12 years giving him some ideas and promotion but the genius behind Dealmaster Pro was entirely his. I am glad to have known Ed and to this day make frequent use of the simulator in DMP. Of course it has many other ...
BOD Restructure Vote
I support the BOD size reduction even if the measure is not perfect. The economics of 25 board members is a strong reason for the change. I acknowledge that the quality of the RRs will be very important but if the changes that are needed in policy are to come ...
WOLFSON Wins Vanderbilt
Bridge is fought in imaginary trenches. I imagine the following conversation in a real trench between a father and his firstborn: “incoming artillery fire: crouch and hides!” “N-nice grammar Dad. L-look - a C-Kamel at our beck, er...and call!” “Nervous delusion! Out here you’d just garner a wolf, son!”
WOLFSON Wins Vanderbilt
Thanks Mike.
WOLFSON Wins Vanderbilt
Congrats to the Wolfson squad. Well played match.
Down Under Coup
The key is that when a S is ducked Declarer wants to have no D loser Cashing no S means stranding both S winners. Cashing one S means The D loser is pitched on the S duck. Thus I suggest “strand prevention cash”.
Mark Gordon RIP
I didn't know Mark well personally but played against him a number of times and his teams were always competitive and he always a gentleman. I had heard stories of his good deeds as well. RIP.
Eric Murray 1928-2018
I lived in Toronto for 10 years and had the pleasure of playing with him at Audrey Grant’s Club for one session. We were under average after 9 boards. Did he then toss cards? No way! We wound up with 225 on a 156 average. I really enjoyed his ...
I’ll echo what Steve says here except we played only one set against JLall and Kevin.
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