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James Vogl
James Vogl
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Member Since
June 18, 2012
Last Seen
Oct. 16
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me
Former backgammon/poker professional. Currently a hedge fund manager addicted to bridge since 2006 but am pretty hopeless.
Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Having first monthly positive statement after 6 years at the rubber bridge club.
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TGR
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Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
FWIW quite a few cheats that won World Series of poker championships didn’t have their titles removed after the fact but the banners of their faces have been taken down from the competition area. And those people stole a lot more than titles. Everyone knows now which players were ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
if someone wants to cheat at my level, good luck to them. bizarrely probably better for me as will have to raise my game! But of course i don't like to see cheating anywhere. just meant that the people at the top don't care about the issue enough ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Heard it thx. Thought it was awful.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Yeah, playing behind screens is amazing interaction. Besides, still would be in room with one opponent. Reads come 9x more from patterns than whether someone blinks. Anyway guess this isn’t the right forum for a iPad vs cards discussion. Let the cheating continue for all I care, I don ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Find the question of why the most interesting. Still have sleepless nights about why Reece schapiro held the cards in such an unnatural way rather than picking an undetectable signal like level held cards at or way blow smoke etc. Often toyed with the idea of writing a play about ...
game vs slam flip psychology
Right. Was thinking of that in the bath today reading Kit editing the MSC. Players say too risky to bid and kit puts it “I see the risk as too big by passing”!
game vs slam flip psychology
Good point. Kit was meaning to ask you, was researching my book..,, Did you come up with pay now/pay later in the Bg sense or were other people using the term in bg before? Can you remember back to 1981?! http://www.bkgm.com/articles/Woolsey/PayMeNowPayMeLater/
game vs slam flip psychology
Thx, thinking fast/slow bored me to tears. Stunned it’s such a bestseller but just ordered predictably irrationaly. I am trying to write a book about how the mindset of games players can be useful for real life decision making. Am still stumped trying to find a title. Had ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Thx again for all the hard work & sharing. 2 questions. Why do you think they never “balanced their range” by going for a number occasionally (when up comfortably in a match or something” and made such blatantly u justifiable bidding decisions based upon shape, when simply knowing whether pard was ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Ah ok, sorry thought you wrote a footnote that said bridge writers make a pittance of a living or something like that hence the offer.
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