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Paul Janicki
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March 28, 2012
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about me

ACBL Director, District 2

WBF Executive Council, Zone 2

Living in Markham, Ont, Canada

Country
Canada

Bridge Information

BBO Username
paulz
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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New District 23 officers
Congratulations to you and your Board, Robert. Good luck in your endeavors!
National Champions in Limited Events: Fair or Foul?
Perhaps all cases should be looked at separately. I would treat a pro, who has won the 'NABC+' event, differently than a person who hired a pro (or a team of pros) and managed to win such an event. Furthermore, winning the Spingold is a wee bit different than winning ...
Changing The Guard - attracting younger players
I am aware of that and if I remember correctly, Chairman Deng stated that any junior officer in his army has no chance of advancement if he is not a good bridge player
Changing The Guard - attracting younger players
Actually ... I live in Canada's Toronto area, a most ethnically diverse area. For a few years now, we have had an amazing influx of players of Chinese descent. All ages, and kids starting to play at the age of 8 or 9. There are probably several reasons for the ...
In search of an appeal (20 years ago) from ACBL nationals
ACBL Casebooks (from 1996 on) can be found at http://www.acbl.org/tournaments_page/nabcs/past-nabcs/nabc-casebooks/
Excerpts from ACBL/BBO Individual
Hey Champion! Congratulations!!!
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: --- KJT85 AKQJ764 T
Arvind, I agree that forcing pass applies here. I am surprised no one else has mentioned it.
When will the WBF post details for Orlando?
I have just notified the appropriate people in WBF, hopefully I will have some answers for you soon.
Can you get to the best spot?
I would get to 4 quite easily: 2 2N 3! 4H I use Hamman-Soloway agreements where 2N is an inquiry and the responses are: 3 = MIN or MAX 3 = Fair 3 = MIN with 4 of OM 3 = MAX with 4 of OM 3NT ...
Shailesh Gupta's bidding problem: Qxxxx AKxx x Kxx
What does 'normal 2NT' mean?
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