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Top Players!

Mike Yuen ~ 2 Comments

Wednesday March 14, 2018 21:01:47

Canada's Top Players.Some time ago Andy Stark emailed me that he is writing an article on the top players of Canada. Would like me to contribute I thought it is an over bid, who can we say is the best player when on any given tournament one gets beat up by the most unlikely opponents! I immediately dismissed it out of hand.But then yesterday Andy […]

Lv Sectional (april 30-may 4th)

Judy Kay-Wolff ~ 4 Comments

Wednesday February 28, 2018 18:22:48

We are delighted to announce the return of our GLITTER GULCH TOURNAMENT to THE PLAZA HOTEL AND CASINO on Fremont Street.  The playing site and locale are spectacular; the abundance of affordable on-site eateries is fantastic; parking is FREE and BEST OF ALL ARE THE ROOM RATES: (SUNDAY/THURSDAY:  $29 plus resort fee and tax; […]

Recap Of 2/26/2018 28 Board Imp Individual

Bob Munson ~ No Comments

Wednesday February 28, 2018 04:45:23

Bidding choices basically decided the swings in today's game, but there were some interesting play and defense opportunities as well that could have made a difference, both on the hands reported and some others not included.  There were only 3 double digit swings, but I included one more hand ('only' 9 IMPs, but a funny result). […]

Recap Of 2/14/2018 28 Board Imp Individual

Bob Munson ~ 4 Comments

Friday February 16, 2018 15:46:10

Sorry readers, but I'm not sure how much bridge edification is available in today's post.  I considered moving on to other hands, but decided to stick with my 'standard' of reporting on the double digit swings.  There were 4 of these swings in the Valentine's Day game, 3 determined by bidding, 1 by declarer play.  See if you would make the […]

Anecdote And Update

John Goold ~ 2 Comments

Thursday January 25, 2018 14:05:20

UpdateAs you can see, our Home page is now running as it should. The site is stable and hopefully you can see a small improvement in responsiveness. The latter is a small silver lining in a very dark cloud.AnecdoteYesterday evening we were invited over to our daughter's for an early dinner (we got home to St. John's two days ago). After supper and […]

Dis & Dat

Paul Cronin ~ 3 Comments

Thursday January 25, 2018 08:03:17

Dis: my posts from 2017 have disappeared - hope this isn't tied into the emails the DOJ can't find :)Dat: what to make of the upcoming "Reach" game - a Regional that will be played at clubs February 3, 5-9, with gold points being awarded. And the 3 day online game that will be held again this year with robots as partner and opponents....with the […]

Update 2018-01-21 (#2)

John Goold ~ No Comments

Sunday January 21, 2018 17:16:06

Looks like I have the "permalinks" problem resolved. For what it is worth, it was an issue involving hosting multiple websites on one account (a technical issue that it took me longer than it should have to figure out).I'm not quite ready to declare the website stable (there is an issue with recent blog posts showing up on the home page), but at […]

Update: 2018-01-21

John Goold ~ No Comments

Sunday January 21, 2018 15:02:59

I have enabled error logging on our hosting provider. However, it will be 24 hours before I can see any log files (I suspect they save and start a new log file once every 24 hours).In the meanwhile, I'll continue going over every type of configuration file and settings to see if I can spot/guess what the "permalink problem" is (it causes an […]

Betsy In Turmoil

Bob Mackinnon ~ No Comments

Monday September 04, 2017 13:53:22

James Woolwich had just that morning received another letter from Heidi Heinz, the billionaire’s daughter who was promoting a woman’s professional bridge team with a view to winning a world’s championship for the USA in 1970. The newest member of the team was the vivacious and inventive Princess Elizabeth von Stollenberg, known to her […]

Love Letter From Huntsville

Bob Mackinnon ~ No Comments

Friday July 14, 2017 13:47:30

Dear James:We miss you, Betsy and me, both. We miss London, too. Good, old, cold, crazy and damp London with all its quaint customs. Remember that funny little man in the big hat who carved the lamb? We all thought he was French but it turned out he was English with an unbelievable cockney accent. Those were great days….and nights!!Yesterday we […]

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