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Memories …

Judy Kay-Wolff ~ 9 Comments

Wednesday May 20, 2015 16:25:18

This blog is certainly a departure from the norm, but hopefully a welcome change of pace from the everyday grind.  In most venues of competition, certain memories loom larger than others .. whether they be sports, politics, bridge .. whatever.  There are some delightful ones we cherish -- and others we choose to forget.  In our […]


Senior Strip Squeeze

Jeff Lehman ~ 2 Comments

Wednesday May 20, 2015 12:38:32

At Monday’s club game, I played 3NT from the East seat on Board 2 Section B, after North had shown diamond length.  South led the ♣5 (presumptively fourth best). […]


What’s An Opening Bid?

John Goold ~ 6 Comments

Monday May 18, 2015 19:20:06

Over the past few days, I spent some time watching the USBF Team Trials to choose USA-2. As expected, pairs bid aggressively and, in general, played and defended very well. Also, as expected, there were some disasters. […]


Bridge Lessons For Youth

Jeff Lehman ~ 2 Comments

Wednesday May 13, 2015 15:56:26

New England Youth Bridge, Inc., a tax-exempt charity, is pleased to offer to teachers of youth bridge programs  a set of lesson plans with teacher's manual that are designed for use by school bridge clubs.  (Warning: the pdf file for the lesson plans is very long!)NEYB subscribes to a bridge learning progression of:Teaching play before […]


Ah, Sweet Mystery Of Bridge

Bob Mackinnon ~ 2 Comments

Tuesday May 12, 2015 15:19:13

I remember as a boy listening on the radio to Jeannette MacDonald singing “Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life’. It was most embarrassing for a youngster to hear a middle-aged woman proclaim to the world at the top of her voice that at long last she had finally experienced deeply satisfying sex. Yes, even as a boy I knew she wasn’t referring to […]


The Passing Of A Friend

Judy Kay-Wolff ~ 5 Comments

Monday May 11, 2015 22:03:28

I just learned from Mike Whitman that yesterday Don Krauss passed away quietly after a gradually debilitating illness. I met him in 1971 when he was partnered by Lew Mathe on a team with Norman and Edgar and John Swanson and Dick Walsh who (unsuccessfully) represented Zone 2 in Taiwan. Coincidentally, that event was captured by The Dallas Aces […]


As The World Changes…

Judy Kay-Wolff ~ 21 Comments

Sunday May 03, 2015 20:38:15

…so do many aspects of our game. Sites, travel convenience, accessibility, costs, vacation time, other recognized tournaments, etc. all have major impacts on the success or failure of our assemblages .. be they Sectionals, Regionals, Nationals or World Championships. I can speak from experience living here in Las Vegas since 2005. […]


Recap Of 4/27/2015 28 Board Imp Individual

Bob Munson ~ No Comments

Tuesday April 28, 2015 13:37:15

I'm gone all of May, so we had our 'May' game on 4/27,  There were four big swings. […]


Payoff For Tempo Violators

Jeff Lehman ~ 12 Comments

Friday April 17, 2015 21:22:08

Because my schedule often makes playing in tournaments difficult, I play a high percentage of games in clubs.  One product of that experience is that I observe quite a bit of Breaks in Tempo.  My perception is that partners of  the tempo breakers seem to make more frequent good decisions than they do when there is no tempo break. Hence, my joy […]


Recap Of 4/6/2015 28 Board Imp Individual

Bob Munson ~ 3 Comments

Wednesday April 08, 2015 21:18:49

Only 3 double digit swings this time.  Two red games bid/not bid and one slam bid/not bid.  All swings this time were in bidding judgment - this seems to be my usual conclusion as I review the results. […]


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