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Roy Welland
Roy Welland
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 19, 2010
Last Seen
Jan. 13
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
winning Vandy with Christal
Favorite Tournaments
any KO
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
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I have no knowledge of legal issues in Azerbaijan, but when I went there to celebrate New Year's a couple years ago, I found it to be among the most friendly and accepting countries I have ever visited. I had read that it was almost 90% Shia Muslim, yet ...
Ban Collusive Cheaters For Life
I support Chris’ idea and reject those who say it is too harsh, Ill explain. Banning people from conpetitive bridge would be a meaningless punishment to about 99.99% of the entire world. It only matters to those who care about the game of bridge which is dependant upon players ...
Ban Collusive Cheaters For Life
I agree with Karen’s idea. If advance registration were required, many players would choose not to come, or withdraw. While this would be a big inconvenience, it would create a huge incentive for organizers to (somehow) avoid cheaters attending their events. Perhaps upon finding out that a cheater is ...
CAVENDISH 2019 - Time to register
Hi Max, It says 750 euros on the website
CAVENDISH 2019 - Time to register
Jean-Charles, We have had some disagreements in the past regarding the Monaco Cavendish, but I have much respect for your courage in making the very difficult decision to *not* invite FS to defend their title in the 2013 Cavendish pairs. As a member of the Cavendish board for many years ...
BLASS (NPC) Wins 2018 Reisinger
Congrats to All!
ZHANG Wins Keohane NA Swiss
Well done - Congratulations to the whole team!
Monaco Decline 2014 EBL Gold Medal!
Pierre, In the US, we have an organization called the National Rifle Association. They don't get to make any decisions relating to gun legislation, they are not even a board member of the federation, er - I mean the government. Luckily in bridge, bad legislation only results in people getting ...
In the Well: Mikael and Ola Rimstedt
Hi Mikael and Ola, Congrats on all of your successes so far, and also in advance for the many that are sure to come in the future. You guys are awesome!
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
Jeannie, I never knew that about Carl Lewis, but that wasn't the reason behind my post. The point was to show that even the IOC has officially removed the names of convicted cheaters from the list of medal winners. If they can do that, surely the ACBL (and hopefully ...

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