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Stan Christie
Stan Christie
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Member Since
June 25, 2011
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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Emerald Life Master
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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
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WBF Leaves International Olympic Committee
This article may have had legs if one or two other "interesting" stories were published at the same time. I was so hoping it was true, but because of the lack of any other newsworthy events it was easy to spot. Keep trying, BW!
Dahl and Oshlag Win Silodor
Congratulations Mark and Richard - another fine performance. Well done!
Is Bridge a Sport?
Bridge is a competition. By that definition, it is easy to see how some twist the meaning to think of it as a sport, since sports are also referred to as competitions. But the difference between the two is that sports are also physical activities, where bridge, like chess, fails ...
Eng and Ford Lead Mixed Pairs
Great to see your names on top of the heap - go get 'em today!
My Turn to Speak
Thank you for sharing this with the bridge playing population, Mr. Gidwani. This is exactly the type of transparency that the ACBL BOD consistently lacks, and demonstrates (to me, at least) the type of leaders we are regrettably missing out on. Good luck!
Lame Claims
Declarer's claim license should be revoked for some meaningful period of time in both cases, even though both should result in garnering all of the tricks. Thanks for the chuckle, Roger!
Dutch Spiral
Thanks, MK - I missed that!
Dutch Spiral
Simple rules! I like this structure, and can even play it opposite precision 1d opener. Just an observation, in the sequences involving using the next step asking for stoppers (NLHB) have you considered inverting the responses to BLHN, or LHBN? This would push the N beyond 3NT, which doesn't ...

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