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Robb Gordon
Robb Gordon
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 21, 2010
Last Seen
Oct. 15
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I am the ACBL National Recorder. I was on the NAC (appeals committee) from 1984 until its demise. I joined the ACBL Laws Commission in 2006. I was added to the ACBL Ethical Oversight in 2010. I am particularly proud (and mystified) about being appointed to the ACBL Goodwill committee. My hobbies include my dogs, singing, wine, and watching baseball and basketball. Former member District 17 Board and former 1st Alternate Director D17.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
NABC Champion, WBF Mixed Teams Bronze Medal
Favorite Tournaments
Phoenix, Denver, Albuquerque, Las Vegas, Toronto, Eilat, Gold Coast
Favorite Conventions
transfers of all kinds
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
Bridge Winners Standard / Eastern Scientific template
2 over 1
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Gordon - Gordon
2/1 Style
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Sources on the early history of bridge
I know you are in Australia but I suggest you contact - they have some fantastic resources.
Reporting an Unethical Incident
"I can show you the ACBL regulations. Will leave it to others to find the WBF regulations. Look up Section 3.3.4" There is no 3.3.4. Perhaps you mean 3.4 "Accusations of unethical bridge conduct publicly made at an ACBL sanctioned event, not made privately to ...
Shiang Chen's bidding problem: x Jxxx xx KQxxxx
I would have chosen either a quiet 2H or 3C depending on method. However, given this auction I can't imagine why I would even consider bidding again. Presumably 4H was preemptive. When one takes a preemptive action, one generally does not have a "decision" in this situation. In any ...
What are your pet peeves?
So the lead out of turn was accepted?
What are your pet peeves?
Lengthy postmortems by the opponents while you wait to play the next board and the clock is ticking down. People who play with the Bridgemate, their convention card, and check their lottery ticket while you wait for them to lay down the dummy.
Certainly possible
Ron Smith's bidding problem: 98764 762 KJ 543
Unless partner NEVER doubles a 1 opening bid with a strong suit and a huge hand, thie is a heck of a big position imo. Not hearing a redouble both increases the possibility of that kind of hand (slightly) and reduces the possibility of us being doubled in 2 ...
I thought I knew that name! But it couldn't have been Cincy 2000 - I wasn't there (Linda was). Linda and I are not together and Linda lives in Florida.
Welcome to God's country! I am in Prescott.
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: AKJ94 A 92 AKQ95
I don't think 5C is natural here over 4S but I'm not confident about that :)

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