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Stan Christie
Stan Christie
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Member Since
June 25, 2011
Last Seen
Nov. 16
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

BBO Username
stanfo
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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Use of resources
I wonder if anyone has monitored/analyzed movement (if any) of ACBL players to online bridge. Is this a thing? Are the numbers significant? As the bridge population ages, it becomes more feasible for members to keep "active" by playing online. Geographic issues play a role here, too. I don ...
13 tops but how do you get there?
1nt (10-13) - 2 (art. gf or weak ) 2 - 2nt (gf, shape ask) 3 (5 card minor) - 3 (which?) 3 () - 4 (k/b) 4 (0/3) - 7nt (must be 3, count 13 tops)
Stan Christie's bidding problem: 7 AT84 A72 AKQ87
I also believe this was a no-brainer problem, but wanted to check to see if anyone could come up with another call. Thanks for your responses.
ATB -620 instead of +620
I held the west cards in this deal and voted that west was at fault, but the auction shown is not completely accurate. West dealt and passed, then the auction proceeded as above. This presents west with an additional option to cuebid 3 hearts en route to 4 spades, showing ...
BRUNO Wins Senior Swiss
Congratulations to you and your teammates, Steve!
Poker and Computers/AI
Let's face it, computers overtaking humans in bridge is just around the corner. Based on the steady march of games and applications in which computers have excelled, it is inevitable! Sigh ...
Question for the matchpoint mavens
I would have bid 3d, and now that I did I have to examine the right level. I can't pass 3d in good conscience, so it's either 4s or 5d. Given form of scoring, I opt for 4s, but would likely bid 5d at imps.
What's going wrong with Gatlinburg ??
As alarming as this % drop appears, it may be too early to evaluate in the long term. My suggestion: wait until next year to confirm (if trend continues) or bounce back with a more normal Gatlinburg-like table count. I know, post mortems are only fun right after the event! :)
Web Software for Bridge Clubs
Ed, the cincybridge website is quite impressive! It is informative, well layed out, and appears to serve its membership in a comprehensive and professional manner. Thanks for the link!
Web Software for Bridge Clubs
John, if you'd like to see an active club website using bridgewebs, check out http://eastsidebridgecenter.com
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