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Peter Hasenson
Peter Hasenson
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Member Since
Nov. 6, 2011
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Bridge Player
about me

Bridge player, adminsitrator, photographer, journalist & historian. Day job = real estate consultant

Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
2016 English National Pairs champion
Regular Bridge Partners
David Sherman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
TGRs, Pinner
Favorite Tournaments
TGRs Auction Pairs (which is sadly no more)
Favorite Conventions
The fewer the better!!
BBO Username
11818
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A "strong" 2C ruling in SB's favour
@David: Rules or regulations?
A "strong" 2C ruling in SB's favour
When I went backpacking around South America in 1988, I used Rough Guide books. I will never forget the introduction to Brasilia in Brazil, which read, "Brasilia is a vast architectural wank." A reasonable metaphor for the position the EBU L&E committee finds itself in on this issue?
Mini Blue Ribbon!
Dire Straits: Walk of Life
Mini Blue Ribbon!
That's surely a bit modern for you DB!?
Another huge finish for 15-year old Finn Kolesnik
Fab. Way to go Finn!
A "strong" 2C ruling in SB's favour
Richard: What were the other reasons?
A "strong" 2C ruling in SB's favour
30 years ago, if you opened a strong NT it was often followed by three passes. Now even Mrs Brown from Nether Wallop BC bids 2 Spades showing Spades and a minor, "It's multi-Landy, I'll let you know!". The need for 'protecting' the rank and file is IMO ...
A "strong" 2C ruling in SB's favour
...If the law supposes that," said Mr. Bumble, squeezing his hat emphatically in both hands, "the law is a ass...
Bad Claim Case from San Francisco
MR: if all players adopted my policy I believe it would not only save time but cause far less animosity. Life’s too short...
Bad Claim Case from San Francisco
Debbie, I agree with MR on this particular claim. The point is that claims are just not worth the candle...Playing it out until you reach the position I described above is the way to go
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