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Martin Cantor
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April 3, 2017
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Brink-Drijver become Swiss
Isn't there a qualification period?
Bernard Goldenfield RIP
Played against him many mnay times, lost to him almost as often. Was a highly respected and always respectful man and bridge player. As for his pacing @DavidBurn, a friend of mine once accurately remarked, watching him in the grounds of the Lake Hotel in Killarney, that the word 'bustling ...
USBF Seniors Vugraph
Like several others, I do voice commentary if I'm going to be kibitzing all or almost all of a vugraph session, especially if there is another voice commentator free and willing to join me. I'll also sometimes do them solo, but 2+ is better for us and the ...
Thank you Zia!
Adding my words of awe and praise to everyone else's, but finding no new words to do so. What I would add is I think the WBF could also do the honourable thing and mint a replacement medal for Zia. If only as a reward for his magnificent gesture ...
Crunch Time
#Zia #Tony. Getting old. Much better than the alternative :)
Merrimac Coup
Sadly, attempted Merrimacs don't always work, as my forthcoming article in New Bridge Magazine will describe in detail. Suffice to say that during the recent German Bridge Team Trophy I led my K at dummy's ace to take out the entry to a long suit. To no avail ...
critique the bidding
Uncharacteristically generous David B
ATB - Just another missed slam
It's normal in ATB to allow us to percentage different bids, not just say which are sub-optimal. For me the initial 1D instead of 5 gets most of the blame.
Never mind the quality and forget about the width
Bill. Measuring books, whether bridge or otherwise, by $ per word, seems to me at best niggardly, at worst foolish. Indeed, rather as your title implies, we should judge books by their instructional entertainment value i.e. quality. I've known way too many students, and consultants (and authors), who seem ...
Keep Bridge Alive Solutions
Sam, I've been saying this ever since NBAs have complained about ageing and declining membership. Yes it's important to try to get young (school age) people to learn at least basic bridge. But don't expect many of them to keep it up after that age or maybe ...
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