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

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

United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
2016 English National Pairs champion
Regular Bridge Partners
David Sherman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
TGRs, Pinner
Favorite Tournaments
TGRs Auction Pairs (which is sadly no more)
Favorite Conventions
The fewer the better!!
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Looking for a bridge club in Southampton
Tom: H&IOW converted into a charity so that they could accept the c. £500k from the sale of the club premises. They got the money from the sale a few years ago and want to build a new club somewhere but have so far failed to find a suitable ...
World Bridge Games ("Olympiad") 2020
I believe WG gave like $1mm to us jnr bridge a while ago. Good for him but I rather agree with JL that it becomes boring each and every time money is needed for this or that bridge endeavour then WG is pronounced the potential saviour when there are many ...
IMPed Pairs: towards a better datum
Small table events, most particularly ones with mixed ability and/or a small number of boards, are rather random no matter the scoring method!
IMPed Pairs: towards a better datum
@Richard. Of course the Trials were a major event. They were also by invitation only, lasted four days and had the highest ave NGS rating of any EBU event ever! PS Probably best I don't mention the composition of the 10 pairs and the ones left out! The Ranked ...
IMPed Pairs: towards a better datum
I don't call a 5 or 10 table event a major one but if you do, then so be it
World Bridge Games ("Olympiad") 2020
And sold for a song. And only 'friends' of the powers that be were allowed a look in. Quite a distasteful episode all round IMO
World Bridge Games ("Olympiad") 2020
I wonder if it is any coincidence that both the ACBL and WBF have some 25 people on their EXCO!?
Ruling fron Eastbourne
Indeed it does
Ruling fron Eastbourne
@Ed: There is a TV quiz show in UK called 'University Challenge' and the presenter asks a question to the two teams stating, "your starter for ten" followed by the question. Teams may not consult at this point. Once they get a question right, they get three follow up questions ...
Ruling fron Eastbourne
As a starter for ten, the L&E should be split into two committees - one dealing with regulations and one with violations. The skill sets are vastly different and should be treated as such. I did suggest this to the EBU Chairman a number of months ago and he broadly ...

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