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Brad Moss
Brad Moss
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 4, 2010
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

My wife, Jennifer, my son, Cian, and my daughter, Lyra, are the center of my universe.  They try to keep me grounded and sane, but really how much can you expect from only three human beings?

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
rosenbloom 2010, Bermuda bowl 2017 any hand that joeboo goes down in and could have made
Bridge Accomplishments
steve won a regional with gavin???
Regular Bridge Partners
joe grue, justin Lall, Fred gitelman
Favorite Conventions
the countdown
BBO Username
brad
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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In the Well: Russ Jones
hi Russ, I have no question, but rather just wish to thank you for volunteering for such a difficult job. its been a pleasure working with you thus far, and I look forward to continued efforts in improving our game.
What Methods should Require Advance Submission Forms & Written Defenses?
in my experience its very obvious when a player is consulting the notes, when they aren't and exactly at what point.
What Methods should Require Advance Submission Forms & Written Defenses?
I also think that technology will greatly solve the UI issue. when bidding is on tablets, the defenses can be accessed silently. so I think all we need is a temporary "bridge" to get us home:)
What Methods should Require Advance Submission Forms & Written Defenses?
I have sympathy for both views. chip/howie, do you not think it creates UI by looking/ not looking? Michael do you not think that there is an information asymmetry without the written defenses? perhaps we can do a better job of standardizing the protocol of looking at the defenses ...
Congratulations Greg Lawler
congrats Greg. thank you so much for giving your time and efforts to all of us.
Poll #3: Restrictions on Player Who has Qualified for Two Events
by its very construction, the poll is unscientific. whether tied or a few votes apart there is almost no meaningful distinction. one might say it is within the very large "margin for error"
Is bridge dying? A second look at the health of our game.
I always enjoy reading your thoughts Jeff; thanks for the insights.
Goodbye, Russ
RIP Russ
Ban Collusive Cheaters For Life
Hey Bundy! Hear ya about the deterrent argument. Im just not sure it really works.
Ban Collusive Cheaters For Life
hey Max, thanks for your always insightful commentary. again IANAA, but is your solution for incentive viable? if so, it might solve the ACBL financial issues. all we need is a few more cheats:). IMO your point about adult vs student, and the type of cheating involved, is very important ...
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