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Shawn Drenning
Shawn Drenning
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 14, 2011
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Austin, TX player.  Trying to get better.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
I have been on the cover of popular bridge publications such as the ACBL bridge bulletin
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Austin Bridge Center
Favorite Conventions
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
Sam Shawn
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Fu and Li Win Women's Pairs
If the comment would have been made respectfully, I might agree, but the way it was phrased was insulting to Fu/Li
ACBL and Live for Clubs
All good points, Richard. I was trying to get an idea if the objection was ACBL specific or just resistance to doing things in a new way. I know it took a lot to convince my mother to stop sending checks in the mail (which at least to me seems ...
ACBL and Live for Clubs
Would you using something like Venmo/Paypal etc. each month to pay the ACBL? How is payment currently being done that is more secure? Is the issue that you specifically do not trust the ACBL with your information or do you not leave your credit card on file with anyone ...
CG 11/29/19 AM #25
"I should perhaps have bid 6♣ but 6NT worked out well." You missed a really good 7 so worked out well seems like an overbid (not saying I would get to 7C at table). Is natural the best use of 4NT after partner cooperates with a slam try (even ...
Online NABC - Congrats to Phil Clayton
The randomness is part of what makes it fun!
Bart Bramley: Master Storyteller
I really enjoyed listening to this. I was curious about the Mars Rover promotion and found this about it on snopes (I didn't doubt the story, that's just what came up): I had seen the famous Helgemo hand where he plays AK64 ...
Why am I not that crazy about Bridge anymore these days?
Sure, I can play in open pairs and go to NABCs. A/X Swiss is relatively uncommon though (but I can ask players with more points to play). So yes, overall I can play enough "good" bridge to keep me coming back, but why should it be so difficult? The ...
Why am I not that crazy about Bridge anymore these days?
"but are unable or unwilling to put their butts in the seat to earn the MP necessary to guarantee a top bracket position." It's expensive and time-consuming to grind out this many master points. I play what I would consider a lot of bridge (for someone who works full-time ...
Jarek Langer's bidding problem: AT7 J873 AQ652 6
That makes sense. My point was that it seems common to go through a forcing NT to make a three card limit raise and it has never made sense to me how a hand with shortness (and here a decent five card side suit!) can make the same raise as ...
Jarek Langer's bidding problem: AT7 J873 AQ652 6
What would you bid with (say) AT7 J873 A652 Qx (playing light openers) out of curiosity?

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