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Neal Smith
Neal Smith
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Member Since
June 4, 2013
Last Seen
Aug. 13
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

After 40 years as ACBL member, finally had time to play regularly starting in Jan 2013, and made LM June 2014.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Wins: Regional 0-20 pairs (1970s); D21 Flight C GNT, 1998; Phoenix (OR) Sectional Swiss, August 2013; Seaside (OR) Regional Gold Rush, Sep 2013; Sun River (OR) KO Bracket 2, May 2014; Medford Regional B Swiss, May 2017.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Phoenix, OR
Favorite Tournaments
Medford (OR) Regional, Seaside (OR) Regional, Sun River (OR) Regional
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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World Youth Team Championships August 8-18 2018
In the Tour de France, the maillot blanc and is awarded to the best-placed rider age under 26. Therefore Cycling is a sport for old folks;)
Monday morning quarterbacking
After the Q was covered, one commentator wrote “oh well, cancel the write up” or words to that effect.
Buck the Odds
“Some players may rush their play if they have the ace, to make it look like they don't have a problem. Some players may make an involuntary slight huddle when they don't have the ace, while when they have the ace they will never do this. This isn ...
Chinese Food & The Big Picture
Try the General Tso’s chicken. It’s better than Chow’s.
Chinese Food & The Big Picture
28 is a perfect number!
You've never seen this - trust me
“Jack O'Diamonds is a hard card to play” - Fairport Convention
Reasons For Results
James, that’s American notation. You would likely write 4+1 instead.
Reasons For Results
Is west’s X Rosenkranz?
Follow-up to "What's the Correct Ruling?"
If there was a BIT, why wasn’t the director called to the table. Waiting until the compare is just asking for a dispute about whether there was a BIT.
Who Will Direct the Directors?
Little late to the party here, but I keep thinking about this board. From the OP: “Opening leader could have defeated the contract at a critical point later in the defense playing for declarer to hold only 3 spades. Instead based on the information he had received, he played for ...
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