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Len Fettig
Len Fettig
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Member Since
Jan. 7, 2017
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

District 15 - Communications and Marketing Coordinator

1st Alternate to the ACBL Board of Directors

 

Bridge Information

Favorite Tournaments
The Bella Vista Tournament. #1 tournament in the ACBL - as rated by the players.
BBO Username
jim628
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Teacher websites
Thomas, Try Bridgewebs.com. They have an easy to use product for web sites. A Facebook page is should also be created. Good Luck
Should bridge authorities be able to tell us what we can bid?
Other games have Rules. Bridge has Laws. People can choose to play Bridge by the established Laws or go do something else.
May Board Meeting - Jounal is online
It looks like Sectionals and Regionals would be very profitable. An online tournament eliminates expenses for the location, coffee, food and TD travel and lodging expenses. A concern is whether our typical attendees would play on BBO. If 20% (to make up a statistic) of our regular players will play ...
May Board Meeting - Jounal is online
The file has been restored. The OP link works.
May Board Meeting - Jounal is online
Don, That sounds strange. I wonder when the BoD meeting will be held?
ACBL - Online play Increase
Update The number of ACBL members who have ever won Online points has increased from 28,770 on March 1st to 38,865 as of May 1st. The number of members who have won online points this year has increased from 11,504 on March 1st to 27,652 on ...
Charity games to support ACBL?
The ACBL is not a 501C(3) charity. So it will not qualify as a beneficiary of Charity funds. Playing in the recent ACBL Online Regional was the best way to generate funds that go directly to the ACBL. It looks like that event raised more funds for the ACBL ...
Online bridge - some general comments
Playing in F2F tournaments, we know that our opponents must have two, identical convention cards with the names of both players. BBO has sort of grown up as a fun place to play and online privacy played a role in the design. While I would like to draw a line ...
What is partner up to?
Interesting hand evaluation. Holding 4 losers in the opps. suit, you felt that your hand was worth an upgrade.
Impolite to compliment partner?
My practice is to greet the opponents at the beginning of each round and to wish them good luck at the end of the round. Usually a few minutes are left in the round and Private Chat with our partners is open. We use that time to make any comments ...
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