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Sabrina Miles
Sabrina Miles
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 17, 2015
Last Seen
37 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

At the end of the game, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Reconnecting with a good friend, who did not play bridge, some 30 years later at a bridge tournament.
Bridge Accomplishments
Moving from club master to Ruby Life Master in less than 2 years while not employing a pro; winning my first open pair two session Regional event as a C player, with another C player.
Regular Bridge Partners
Marianne Bechet, Darryl Legassie and Vincent Messina
Member of Bridge Club(s)
BBO, Westwood Bridge Club, Newton Bridge Club
Favorite Tournaments
Saratoga Regional, Ocean State Regional, any national
Favorite Conventions
2 way drury
BBO Username
Smiles3usa
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
Favorite CC
2/1
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Miles and McPhee
2/1
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ACBL CEO: Post-Mortem
@Tim, and what would lead you to that conclusion....whether antidotal or otherwise (at 2380...I did not agree with your blanket assertion)?
Sivert Dombu RIP
Condolences
ACBL CEO: Post-Mortem
@Steve, who are you identifying when you suggest that MP are completely meaningless to those who play for many years? My cursory review of the MP races, particularly for those with 500 - 3500 MP (several categories) seems to reveal that such folks are VERY interested in MP awards. Indeed, except ...
ACBL CEO: Post-Mortem
@bill...I read those columns while in grad school in '81-84. Indeed, it was the columns that got me interested in bridge....never heard about it growing up....never heard about it in college. I don't think your suggestion is that far off. While the sunday column might be ...
ACBL CEO: Post-Mortem
@Randy, as a proponent of on-line play, I, for one, do not wish to go to tablets. I think it is inevitable but not desirable. To me, tablets are just too easy to misclick on. I prefer my 27" iMac...or playing cards )
ACBL CEO: Post-Mortem
@Kevin, if you and your p are so far ahead of the "rookies" you should amass many MP and quickly ascend the ranks to where you belong. It has been my experience that when a pair shows their ability to stand out in a crowd, they quickly receive multiple offers ...
Gatlinburg Regional 2018 hits 8109 tables
The need for gold rush is diminished when you have an event with 22 brackets ... with so many brackets folks are really playing against their peers and no separate “gold rush” designation is necessary. What a great idea and marvelous event(s)
Bridge online tutorials for beginners?
I would not disagree with any of the above-mentioned suggestions, but for me, looking back at my beginning days, I would not change a thing: BBO is the place to go. That included playing many free games on BBO (mostly all types of tournament games) to get a sense of ...
Gatlinburg Regional 2017
@Alan, I live in Southern New England, and am quite willing to drive 4 hours (after 6 hours I prefer to fly, but would consider driving), and my research suggests are no where near as many regionals to attend as you suggest. Shucks, even driving 6 hours, for me to ...
Debbie Rosenberg's bidding problem: T3 8743 A8 K9862
I am often accused of playing my opponents rather than my cards (alas, it is most often true)...but based on your comment here, do you think that is a bad thing? a thing to be curtailed or one to be encouraged?
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