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Mark Jones
Mark Jones
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 3, 2011
Last Seen
22 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning Club Championship 2nd Time I Played Duplicate
Bridge Accomplishments
Won 2018 IMP pairs, 2016 0-10,000 KO in Reno
Regular Bridge Partners
Doug Levene, Brooks McNeely, Jim Foster, Clay Hall
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Birmimgham, Al
Favorite Tournaments
Nationals, Gatlinburg
Favorite Conventions
Whatever helps me
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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What will keep you coming back to NABCs?
Schedule. I despise the 10 and 3 start times. City and cost are factors.
Bridgemate Question
My experience has been similar to Bernie’s
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: KJ KQJ84 J53 K64
Would not be the 1st time I went for 1100.
Mark Jones's bidding problem: 76 AJ53 AJ84 AQ6
No weak two. Don’t know which hand is the short spade hand. Plus you run risk of losing to stiff honor.
Mark Jones's bidding problem: 76 AJ53 AJ84 AQ6
This was the next to the last hand of the District GNT finals. You are up 7 at his point, though all you know is that it should be close. FWIW, 4H is the last making contract. 5D is excellent, but trumps are 4-1 (QTxx) offside. There is no safety ...
Donald Lurie's bidding problem: KT9865432 2 T42 ---
Why would South double any contract?
The Best Bridge Writer
Mr. Monsour, You go your way and I’ll go mine.
You Know You Are A Bridge Player When....
At work we had a computer program labeled NT. My coworkers could not understand why I kept referring to the No Trump program.
Jim Felts: R.I.P.
I remember that Curtis Cheek, when he was still living in Huntsville, got Felts to come down during a regional. He didn’t play, but Curtis cooked between sessions. I guess that was the only time I saw him after he quit playing.
Mike Dorn Wiss's bidding problem: 7 AQ63 AT AQT965
What an odd agreement.

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