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John Moschella
John Moschella
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Member Since
Sept. 23, 2012
Last Seen
May 30, 2019
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Bob Dennard, Susi Ross, Paul Dennis, Tanus Aksu, Scott Weiss, John Brady
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Orlando, FL and Deland FL.
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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A GNT Debacle: Too Many Winners
If the link to the COC is what was actually at site (as some above state) and it has the following The District 22 GNT Finals are knockout team events scored by IMPs (and converted to VP’s when a team plays in a round robin.) It appears they followed ...
A GNT Debacle: Too Many Winners
When the first day qualifier was held was it a 20 point or 30 point scale. If 20 point I would expect next day at same site would also be 20. If 1st day was 30 and then changed to 20 I can see an issue.
A GNT Debacle: Too Many Winners
Sabrina, if the final day was run as a knockout you would be correct. However the final day was run as an imp converted to VP format. Although we may disagree that is the way it should be run that was the condition of contest in this district who has ...
A GNT Debacle: Too Many Winners
In a district that used to come down to 4 teams and had lots of complaints because it only paid 3 overalls. Some players did not want it to come down to 4 and preferred 3.
A GNT Debacle: Too Many Winners
I believe the ACBL conditions of contest are for when event continues and each district can create their own COC. This district based on last years complaints elected to reduce 7 teams to 3. Although I do not like the format I believe they were within their rights to do ...
John Moschella's bidding problem: Q7 T QTxxx KTxxx
I was EW at other table and when I returned to compare this was hand being discussed.
What are opponents entitled to
Sorry I was not cleat that 1NT was 10-12 in this sequence.
What are opponents entitled to
Sorry I wasn't clear. It was a weak NT situation where I incorrectly opened an explanation was correct.
Was I injured
Actually after defending I asked declarer why he didn't correct to preemptive. He stated partner's explanation was correct which is when I asked for notes. I thought that it would either be preemptive or forcing. When notes showed forcing is when discussion started that they should not be ...
Was I injured
We don't promise an opening bid on a weak NT. We promise a hand that does not want to defend. When I doubled was not actually sure we were beating but expected hand was ours.

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