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Brian Callaghan
Brian Callaghan
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Member Since
June 14, 2014
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Bridge Player
about me

Resident in London, England. Lives with wife Christine Duckworth and cats. Bridge player for more than 45 years, having taken the game up with school friends. Had salaried employment for decades in IT (as an IBM mainframe dinosaur) until 2001. Subsequently made a minor living as a bridge professional. Now mostly retired.

United Kingdom

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Young Chelsea
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Anyone remember Feudal?
Of course, I have no recollection of making the comment Ian ascribes to me, though it does have an air of plausibility. Could my drink have been laced with some truth serum?
Another Fictional Bridge Reference
Anne Rice for me. (Are we sure the website doesn't just spit out an author's name at random?)
Another Fictional Bridge Reference
Funny you should mention the book, Ian, because I noticed it in my wife's collection just the other day. (I didn't previously know Georgette Heyer had written a bridge-themed novel.)
Muiderberg development doubt
I play essentially these responses to Muiderberg in one of my partnerships.
What's in a Name?
I mentioned my preference in a comment in an earlier post on the subject, but I might as well throw it into the mix here: Bridge Alive
1NT - 2M to play: Alertable?
Richard Fleet. Who can forget the Acol 3 response to 1NT?
Steve Barnfield
I'm sorry to hear this too. I've known Steve since university (we were fellow regulars at the University Bridge Club). I hadn't seen him so much in recent years when he didn't play frequently.
Thank you Zia!
I was part of your team, Richard. Don't remember who my partner was, though.
Brian Callaghan's bidding problem: A9 97432 JT93 AT
Thanks everybody. I posed this problem to see if anyone found my at-the-table action. No one did (over the two instances of the problem that appeared by some glitch). The immediate 4 bidders outvoted those who went slowly in an attempt to show values. I was in the go-slow ...
Brian Callaghan's bidding problem: A9 97432 JT93 AT
Some glitch caused this problem to be duplicated. I've given my action and comments in the other version.

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