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Fred Lerner
Fred Lerner
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 21, 2010
Last Seen
22 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

4 children, 4 grandchildren, retired

Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
2014 and 2017, Canadian Sr. Team Champion, 2018, 2nd Canadian Sr. Teams; Multiple Regional Wins
Regular Bridge Partners
Margaret Lerner; Michael (The Shoe) Schoenborn
Favorite Tournaments
NABC's
BBO Username
idblu
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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10 missing K slam percentage
You are missing the K, 6, 2. When LHO plays the 6, unless he is false carding, playing the A is not going to drop the stiff K. Therefore I take the finesse.
We need names for the BOTs
Well done! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jva1NHcY58o
Fleisher and Martel Lead Blue Ribbon Pairs
What am I? Chopped liver? Peg promised me
We need names for the BOTs
Fred, Uday and Roland...
Who's the Joker?
Congratulations to you, John and the rest of the team on winning the silver medal in this event. Say "Hi" to John from me.
Dreaming of Vu-Graph
If the ACBL will fly me in from Toronto and put me up at the host hotel, I'll do the vugraph for free.
How do we turn this around?
I guess that should read 1.1%. What's a decimal point among friends.
Hawaii NABC Needs Your Support
David, here is a recent game, Oct. 12, at a local club, the Cavendish DBC of Toronto. http://www.bridgewebs.com/cgi-bin/bwol/bw.cgi?pid=display_rank&msec=1&event=20181012_1&wd=1&club=cavendishdbc You can also peruse the afternoon Open games at Hazel's Bridge Club here in ...
Hawaii NABC Needs Your Support
I was at a club game recently and 2 Flight C pairs with scores of 46% and 43% both received master points. And they were the only Flight C pairs in their direction. Certainly not like it was 50 years ago when the most you could win no matter what ...
Hawaii NABC Needs Your Support
I've only been a member for 52 years so what I think was probably never taken into consideration. Going to Hawaii would probably cost me close to $3,500 (Canadian). As a retiree I have to think long and hard where my disposable income will go and funding a ...
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