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Peter Hasenson
Peter Hasenson
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Member Since
Nov. 6, 2011
Last Seen
9 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Bridge player, adminsitrator, photographer, journalist & historian. Day job = real estate consultant

Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
2016 English National Pairs champion
Regular Bridge Partners
David Sherman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Young Chelsea, TGRs, Pinner
Favorite Tournaments
TGRs Auction Pairs (which is sadly no more)
Favorite Conventions
The fewer the better!!
BBO Username
11818
ACBL Ranking
None
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Martin Hoffman 1929-2018
Martin Hoffman on bridge with Zia Mahmood... "I first noticed Zia when I was Host at Stefan's Bridge club and he was playing in the small stakes game. I watched him play and I could see an extraordinary talent. It was not long before he graduated to the higher ...
Martin Hoffman 1929-2018
Farewell, my friend. You were a true card playing genius and a lovely, warm human being. My sincerest condolences to Audrey. Martin Hoffman - True Grit By Liz Smith EB August 1987 He has been described as a ‘bridge genius’; as ‘one of the world’s best dummy players’. His name ...
ACBL CEO: Post-Mortem
@Jeff: I agree with your ideas but just to say that 165,000 x 365 = 60,225,000!
ACBL CEO: Post-Mortem
Ned: I would be amazed if the Acol does not win on all of your criteria but I am have been amazed before. BTW, Richmond BC is in 'Middlesex' but claims to be in Surrey!
ACBL CEO: Post-Mortem
Richard: Take your pick - I believe you will find the Acol BC wins on all three of your criteria
ACBL CEO: Post-Mortem
@Chris: Andrew Robson Bridge Club is not the largest bridge club in London. The Acol Bridge Club is. And they, like ARBC are not part of the English Bridge Union set up and hence also do not issue Master Points. http://www.acolbridgeclub.com/
ACBL Chief Executive Dismissed
Wow!
Today's problems were yesterday's problems too
Norman: They are all available in EBU web library: http://www.ebu.co.uk/englishbridge Failing that, I have a set you can read next time you are passing!!
Opening 7NT
Brian Mervis BM April 1985 On 29th October, 1984, the South African, Brian Mervis, died suddenly from a stroke at the age of only 34. He came to London with his partner, Gus Calderwood, after the 1976 World Team Olympiad in Monte Carlo; and they went on to represent England ...
Opening 7NT
SJWBC 'Crew Members' Akram Zaman, Alan Manch, Alex Cochrane, Andrew Collins, Andrew Sobell, Annie Goldray, Annie Nussbaum, Barry Marshall, Caroline Saye, Chris Daniels, Chris La Fontaine, David Edwin, David Goh, David Kingsley, David Levitt, David Sanders, Dennis Bernard, Ernest Lawson, Frances Green, Freddie North, Geoffrey Breskal, Ronnie Breskal, Hashim, Ian ...
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