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Avon Wilsmore
Avon Wilsmore
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Member Since
May 5, 2011
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

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Favorite Bridge Memory
A X of 3NT in 1981...
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Double Bay Bridge Centre
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Another Look at Walter Avarelli
That is peculiar... I use FF 62.0.3 and have no problem.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Damo: I suggest you spend some time & go thru the actual book. Kerry has quite an advantage in that area; [i]first[/i] he reads the book, [i]then[/i] he has an opinion. Bob Heitzman read the book. [i]I just finished reading Avon's book. He recounts all the accusations against the BT over the years, many by very credible ...
Another Look at Walter Avarelli
Mike: I assert that there is no mistake. Belladonna's unblocking required declarer not to have the 9 Avarelli's club duck (which cost an undertrick) required declarer not to have the 10.
Another Look at Walter Avarelli
Many thanks... corrected. Memo to self: Proof-read BEFORE the second bottle of Cointreau.
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
I think Nick's comment should be printed off and stapled to the forehead of every BoD member's forehead.
Playing with Michael Rosenberg against WalterAvarelli and the BlueTeam
Boye Brogeland: [i]We will never know the full extent to which bridge has been damaged by cheaters, but understanding the past can only help in achieving a vital goal: A clean game, now and in the future.[/i]
The most popular card game in Italy
From "Under the Table" [i]As well as finding winning calls that horrify Garozzo*, Avarelli had other skills: he was a Tresette expert. From Wikipedia: "Tressette or Tresette is one of Italy’s major national trick-taking card games... There are... conventional signs that can be exchanged between partners: Volo (“Flying ...
I think you are on the right track. I wonder who financed F-N's legal case?
Avon Wilsmore and Eugenio Chiaradia
Barry and I were both once hard-line Blue Team supporters. We made observations. We evaluated the evidence. We changed our minds. Bertrand Russell: [i]Assign to every belief the degree of certainty the evidence warrants[/i]
Indeed. Ortiz-Patino talks about a WBF meeting in Bermuda, 1975, that considered what to do about Facchini-Zucchelli: [i]Someone suggested that they be severely reprimanded for improper conduct, with the matter then being passed to the Italian Bridge Federation to deal with. This, however, is what had been done in ...

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