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Kathryn Shannon
Kathryn Shannon
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Member Since
Oct. 20, 2010
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Member Type
Bridge Player

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Member of Bridge Club(s)
Vancouver Bridge Centre
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
Kathryn & George
2 over 1 (2!C may be and often is artificial)
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Kathryn Shannon 2/1
2 over 1 (2!C may be and often is artificial)
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Kathryn Shannon Mike Wilson
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The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
I can't think of any other sport in which the participants regularly and obviously flout the laws, or make up their own, and the officials don't enforce them. It is a sad state of affairs.
The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
No, it is no surprise. Was the director called ? It does seem to happen everywhere, why do we have rules of DCB?
The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
These (social) ACBL members are the ones also playing in the Sectionals and if not now, they will soon be playing in the Regionals. Does this mean I must wait until I can play in NABC's to enjoy a game of bridge run according to the laws?
The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
Ed,(and others), I think it is that approach that has got us where we are today. Players are condoning the poor sportsmanship by tolerating and overlooking infractions. Perhaps what has to happen is that each and every time there is an infraction, the Director should be called, and we ...
The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
I did answer the question (what is 5, do you play 1430?) I responded "my partner is showing 1 or 4 keycards" RHO repeated the last part of their question "are you playing 1430" ? I responded "yes, we are playing 1430" The laws (Law 9) tell us that the ...
The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
Jenni, I may be mistaken but I am quite sure I made the second director call after the lead. Edit: I remember pausing after J-Q-K-A and considering if it was worth calling the director again, and deciding it was. Why would I make a second call before the opening lead ...
The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
I don't mind the critique, that is how hopefully, we learn. I've been reminded here to keep quiet until the infraction has taken place, and to resist giving unsolicited "advice" Some of the critique has been rather harsh but I'm confident in what I believe is happening ...
The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
Yes, I am 100% guilty of making inappropriate, out of turn comments and I join the long list of players who have commented "you have to make that bid sufficient", "put that back in your hand" after defender has led out of turn, "you have to play that card, I ...
The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
I did not tell the opponent that they could not ask a question, I commented that (given that we were in the middle of a keycard inquiry) the question would be more appropriate at the end of the auction after their partner had made a face down lead. After I ...
The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
Very clever, I like the analogy. Is it my responsibility to determine if a players perceived unethical behaviour is real or is that a job for a Director?
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