Join Bridge Winners

Bridge Winners Profile for Mark Lombard

Mark Lombard
Mark Lombard
  • 8
    Following
  • 2
    Followers
  • 16
    Posts
  • 21
    Favorites

Basic Information

Member Since
June 19, 2012
Last Seen
17 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Living a life of love & art and bridge. http://www.youtube.com/forloveandartvideo

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Getting a phone call and subsequent interview from Mr. Alan Truscott of New York Times to inform us that we won the worldwide Alcatel competition Friday, June 5, 1998 with a 75.83% game.
Regular Bridge Partners
Mark Hupert, Brady Allen, Jim Woeber, Renalto Robledo, Corey Krantz.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Bridge Club of Center City, Philadelphia
Favorite Tournaments
Glitter Gulch Regional
Favorite Conventions
"Robledo"
BBO Username
angelblair
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
Sorry, this user has no cards yet.
I met Ken Lebensold last night
Well, who invented that useful convention?
Thank you Zia!
Zia's a class act and eager participant in our "Wall of Fame" project in 2001. He wrote a heartfelt letter telling us he took up bridge to befriend a particular woman he had his eye on. He lost the girl but found his love! Bobby Wolff has such honor ...
Michael Feeney's bidding problem: 5 T9865 A987 QT8
I bid 2h, negative free bid. Non-forcing.
Ian Wilson's lead problem: QJ2 97 T62 J8742
I am frequently surprised how often "4th from the top of longest and strongest" sets the contract, even when holding a weak hand.
"The Lone Wolff": A Year-End Excerpt
I love Bobby Wolff! He's contributed to our game in so many ways.
Problem D
I'd be happy to push the opps up to the 3 level, then pass.
You Suspect a Psyche
2D--big hand
Please assign blame
My pd and I play losing trick count theory. Preempts at the 3 level usually promise 6 losers. The south has 7 losers (for purists, 6 given the Qs), so I would bid game.
Oren Kriegel's lead problem: 84 KQ732 Q743 T6
What's the punch line here?
Just another flat board
Thanks for sharing these stories.
.

Bottom Home Top