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Ryerson Schwark
Ryerson Schwark
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Basic Information

Member Since
April 11, 2012
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
bridge player

Bridge Information

ACBL Ranking
Terry-Ry proposed card
2 over 1
Copy to my cards View/Print
I'm with both of you. I think there's more than 100% to go around here.
Pass, Pass, Pass, ?
Agree. My understanding of the typical treatment of a fourth seat 2 level bid is a full opener with 6 cards.
Curious accusation in Philadelphia
Please take this advice. This kind of behavior needs to be hammered.
Platinum Point and Membership Stats - ACBL?!
Don't care. I am in the vast majority in that I may well some day become competent when I have time to actually play. But if you don't master the game early, I don't think you are ever going to really compete at that level. So what ...
CAS Ruling on Fantunes
To steal a line, "CAS has made its judgment. Now let it enforce it." Deny them.
Claim ruling poll
This is why I avoid claiming. I'm better at the play than making sure I list all the things that people think I should. It makes the game longer, but after a couple of incidents like this, I just stopped. Why risk losing on a claim what you'd ...
True North American Championships Coming
I note today's date when reading this announcement.
Punish un-convicted team members?
I think the only answer here is that all awards won by the cheating pair are now suspect, and must be vacated. This will, unfortunately, impact teammates, but I think for the game's integrity you need to.
A Modest Proposal For Dealing With Expelled Cheaters
Maybe I'm naive, but I can't see this happening. Even if they ever get re-admitted, who would ever pay them to play again? With no economic upside to re-admission, they'd be crazy to pay this.
ACBL lawyer. Who is your client?
In the corporations I've worked for, advising the board is standard for the in-house counsel. As others have pointed out, the times there is an actual conflict are rare, and in those circumstances the board can always seek independent counsel. The vast majority of legal issues arise at the ...

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