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Mike Edwards
Mike Edwards
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March 29, 2014
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about me

At one time, probably World Class, now faded into Expert Class because of age and Health issues.

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Although I have never played a whole lot, The list of past partners and team-mates  is made up

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of many World Class players such as Barry Crane, Paul Soloway, Ron Andersen and others in

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that category.  I am not a Pro or a Client. (Maybe Semi Pro). I play with just about anyone from

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beginners to players with 80,000 MP. Platinum LM, Certified Director, ACBL Good Will committee,

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ACBL Charity committee.

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In The Well: Ralph Katz
Eric Kokish certainly deserves credit for what he has contributed. He is a find player and a very find gentleman.
In The Well: Ralph Katz
BTW, how much of your success is due to practicing against Peggy Kaplan on BBO? Just kidding.
In The Well: Ralph Katz
Ralph: You were in a unique situation;ie, being selected to join the Nickell team. Your progress has been amazing. Seems like a perfect example of making the most of an opportunity. WTG!
Yeh Bros Cup 2018
Thank you.
Yeh Bros Cup 2018
What were the results?
FANTONI- NUNES again
In the words of Bill Murray, "That's a fact Jack."
How would you rule?
I do not ask many questions during bidding, but when I do, I almost always receive the reply: "No Agreement." I recall asking a question to two world class players at the Nebraska Regional and that was the reply. It seems almost the standard reply.
What's the correct ruling?
Regarding Kit's first post that the B player likely does not know better is part of the problem. Ethics seem to be missing because no one is teaching new players about them.
Murray Melton - Rest in Peace
If my memory is correct, our team for the Senior Swiss in Denver was Murray, Simon, Me, Gerry Gitles, Gail Greenberg and Jeff Hand. I believe we finished 13th. We won every round in the finals but could not win by enough. We also did not get to play all ...
Murray Melton - Rest in Peace
Very sad. I first met Murray in 1968 and played on teams with him but partnered him once. The last time was the Denver Nationals several years ago with Simon Kantar, I think he actually was a dealer for the WSOP.
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