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Nick Krnjevic
Nick Krnjevic
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Jan. 23, 2011
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Pop History: Kids Win Big Bridge Honors (Billy Rosen and Milton Ellenby, Life Magazine, 24 August 1953)
And the vulnerability seems to be all white.
Is Bridge a Sport?
"For insurance purposes, I never let on to the underwriters how potentially dangerous the floor of a bridge sport's club can be." Jeff - for insurance purposes that is what Courts describe as material non-disclosure.
Terrible Tempo
Robb- while I agree that a *great* number of these cases can be addressed via player memos, Debbie R.'s particular beef is not so easily dealt with. In this neck of the woods we once had a very experienced pair who were able to smoothly and effortlessly solve most ...
My Turn to Speak
Jeff - one of the more obvious difficulties with your reasoning is that the economically superior party will be tempted "roll the dice" because it knows the other party may well not be able to absorb the time and/or expense required to engage in litigation. This is particularly true in ...
My Turn to Speak
Fully agree John. The patently untenable ground of dismissal invoked by the League is an embarrassment. And it's lack of transparency is a disgrace.
Here goes....
Cheat in a fishing tournament and get charged with fraud.
That’s not the theme I was thinking of....
Cheat in a fishing tournament and get charged with fraud.
Ray - take a gander at the exchanges in the thread entitled "Gratuitous Question"; a theme is emerging.....
Cheat in a fishing tournament and get charged with fraud.
John -it was a felony because Texas has enacted section 66.023 of the Texas Parks & Wild Life Code, entitled Fraud in a Fishing Tournament. Good luck trying to bring this charge without the statutory provision.
The Club's Coffee-Housing
Definitely an ethical issue, but one that can work to your advantage. IIRC, Al Roth gave the following eminently practical advice. When playing unknown opponents he would take fake finesses as early as possible in the match (e.g. when Roth hold KQx he would table the J from dummy ...

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