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Justin Lall
Justin Lall
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Member Since
Aug. 29, 2011
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Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

I love Taylor Swift and Tony Romo

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
The day that Joe Grue realized that Brad and I play better with each other than either of us play with him
Bridge Accomplishments
Never killing my partner
Regular Bridge Partners
Kevin Bathurst, Hemant Lall, Brad Moss, Joe Grue, Bob Hamman
Favorite Tournaments
New Orleans, Penticton, Canberra
Favorite Conventions
Jumps to game natural, especially 1m p 1S p 1N p 4H when you have agreed "no curveballs"
BBO Username
jlall
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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#saynotocheats
The great thing about Marion's post is this will only work if we come together as a community and decide this is what we need to do. If only one or two people did it and no one else did they would be disadvantaged in the event of a ...
#saynotocheats
Couldn't agree more Marion, I am with you.
Master Points for Foreign Players
If they are looking to be picked up to play professionally then having less masterpoints is often better, their value to a potential client will be higher in a lower bracket KO or a 0-5k or 0-10k national event or whatever.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
When I first read it I didn't see the word "legal" before theorist and thought it was Kokish (who is commonly called EOK). The word legal means it's almost certainly Kaplan though.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Yes, "I just did what I would have done anyway" is infuriating. It shows just how intellectually dishonest people are with themselves. I'm sure they believe that, but it is a rationalization to do what is suggested by the UI. If you know the answer to a problem, it ...
How would you play this?
The kit line is interesting but I'm sure I would opt for the vanilla RP line. Just playing the H9 to the queen at trick 2 and losing to various things like the HK onside and spades 4-2 or the HK onside and 5-2 diamonds would feel bad :P
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
IMO that will be the most interesting (and least known) part of the story. Hope you supplied the book sellers in Orlando with a lot of books because I have a feeling they are going to sell out!
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
@Richard- You were right and I was wrong, as I suspect you realize I have realized haha. I would still be nostalgic for actual playing cards but I suppose there are more important issues. @Bob- They tried a bridge pro tour thing that was an individual. I believe the hope ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
People like Avon and Boye really deserve a ton of credit
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Thx dude, but you shouldnt equate me at all to Boye. I actually hate when I hear (and this is a common opinon) that boye only did it after he was on a team with lotan and ron and lost by 1 against them, that that's why he did ...
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