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Santhosh Karnik
Santhosh Karnik
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July 16, 2017
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Changing The Guard - attracting younger players
About 10% of students that stop by our table at an activity fair think we build bridges. I don't know how to reduce that number. Maybe we need more cards and larger cards on display. It's very hard to recruit when some people think your club is something ...
World Youth Team Championships August 8-18 2018
Or maybe China wants to censor rankings where USA1 and USA2 are the top 2 teams. :P
Call for Quorum ATL ACBL Annual Membership Meeting
If we make 250+ threads about the meeting, will that count as a quorum? :P
Daniel Sonner's bidding problem: xx QJ987654 xx A
I'd bid 3. When the opponents reach 5 or 6, my partner will double assuming I can take more than one trick on defense.
Raphael Hallerman's bidding problem: AKQ986542 KT KQ ---
This was from the Common Game last Sunday. I bid 4NT (1430 for hearts). My partner bid 5 to show 2 keycards and the Q. I was pretty sure partner had the A, but I didn't know if partner's other keycard was the A or the A ...
The cost of a bridge game
In the Atlanta area, clubs typically charge $11 per person per session. Juniors only have to pay $5 per person per session.
Can Bridge do something like this?
The ACBL has something like that at http://www.learn2playbridge.com/, although I don't know if it is in app form yet.
Bridge= Math?
One time, my total at Publix was something between $10 and $20. I handed the cashier a $20. She accidentally entered in $50 and saw the machine tell her that I was supposed to get back $3x.yz in change. She then asked me if I had a calculator on ...
A Junior's Perspective on Promoting Bridge
If you have x HCP, then knowing nothing else, the expected value of the number of HCP in your partner's hand is (40-x)/3. Solving x+(40-x)/3 >= 21 gives x >= 11.5. So we need at least 12 points to open. I think that's what Jeff is ...
A Junior's Perspective on Promoting Bridge
Having a short time commitment and serving food are definitely two good ways to promote Bridge to young people. At Georgia Tech, our Bridge Club has a "come and go as you please" policy. I've seen some members stop by for like 2 hands one day, and then stay ...
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