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Ned Paul
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Aug. 25, 2011
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Jan. 15
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Vintage Bridge Tallies
EBay is just a graveyard of unsellable odd bridge tallies. IMO the only ones to have any collecting value are complete boxed sets of 'every player your partner' type tallies, where you have 8, 12 16, even 20 tallies in a set, each one unique with instructions to the player ...
Indemnity insurance for bridge teachers
Thanks for this comment Jeremy. As an EBTA member who teaches in non-bridge club venues this may be a very good benefit and it is appreciated. Could you enlarge a bit on the sort of things it might cover?
when is card considered played by declarer?
Another common situation is calling for a low ruff in dummy without realizing that LHO has already ruffed with a trump higher than dummy's lowest.
Voting for new KBA name
Say Yes to Bridge - I think you have got the answer with that one, Steve. Certainly gets my vote.
Voting for new KBA name
"Bridge - A Game For Life"
Rating Study from ACBL Tournaments
See what I mean. Why do I need to 'find a regular partner' Am I a pariah without one?.
Rating Study from ACBL Tournaments
I am a happy consumer of the EBU's NGS. It feels trustworthy; it lists the right people at the top, and your own rating, however unpalatable is somewhere near the truth. It takes into account the strength of your partner of the day and strength of field you are ...
Bridge Teachers in NYC? - Any insight appreciated!
try www.nofearbridge.com - enough of the rudiments online there to get you started. IMO 1-1 f2f lessons will not give you much sense of a game played by four people. I'm a London, England based teacher and I specialize in fast-track learning of the basics. My principal offering ...
Did anyone who reads BW ever play against Buster Keaton -- or know someone who did?
Edward McPherson, the author of the book 'The Backwash Squeeze and Other Improbable Feats' wrote his 'Newcomer's Journey into the World of Bridge' shortly after coming off writing a biography of Buster Keaton: 'Buster Keaton: Tempest in a Flat Hat'. He may have been inspired to journey into bridge ...
On teaching play of the hand
I very much enjoyed reading a book published about 20 years ago by the French bridge leader Gilles Quéran called 'Le Flash Visuel' Quéran runs the French bridge holiday operation Bridge+ (http://bridgeplus.com/) The theme of 'Le Flash Visuel' was that when you became declarer in a suit contract ...
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