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Paul Cronin
Paul Cronin
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Member Since
July 30, 2010
Last Seen
Oct. 13
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Member of Unit 255,  Recorder for District 2,  District 2 Appellate Chair, and Creator of the "Online Partnership Desk" used by the ACBL for the Reno, New Orleans, Orlando, Louisville, Seattle, Toronto, Memphis,  Philadelphia, San Francisco,  St. Louis,  Atlanta, Phoenix,  Dallas,  Las Vegas, and Providence  NABCs.


Bridge Information

Member of Bridge Club(s)
Bridge Centre Of Niagara, Niagara -On-The-Lake Duplicate Bridge Club
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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ACBL Chief Executive Dismissed
Jay Whipple, District 9 Board member, headed the CEO Search Committee. “We’re lucky to have had a pool of extremely talented candidates vying for the position,” he says. “We had a thorough search-and-review process. Bahar not only meets all our needs, but he surpassed our expectations. Selecting him to ...
ACBL Chief Executive Dismissed
Shakespeare was ahead of his time..."When the hurlyburly's dunn, When the battle's lost and won".
ACBL Chief Executive Dismissed
Follow the lawyer!
New Tournament Policy
Not running it as an ACBL event means no MPs can be awarded. As for "complaining about stuff" have to believe it's better to light a candle than curse the darkness. A lot of people are unaware of this new policy, and BridgeWinners is one way of bringing it ...
New Tournament Policy
What a shame that someone didn't have a "big idea" before blowing millions on the failed attempt to revamp the Score program!
New Tournament Policy
Here in Unit 255 we have an I/N Sectional tournament in August. It's held at a bridge club, and many of our potential entrants are not members of the ACBL, and are not planning to become so or buy the $US 8 one month trial membership. They will ...
New Tournament Policy
Try for a start.
New Tournament Policy
What "weight" would that be, Steve?
New Tournament Policy
The ACBL only runs three tournaments a year (aside from "special" events or Regionals at Sea).Almost all Sectionals and Regionals are run by Units and Districts, and there is no expense involved for the ACBL - only the profit from table fees, etc.
A recent simulation analysis from R. Pavlicek
Is the simulation meant to apply only to 8 HCP hands that are 4-4 in the majors with the majority of points outside of the majors, and containing no 9s or 10s?
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