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Tom Moore
Tom Moore
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Basic Information

Member Since
May 23, 2013
Last Seen
Oct. 21
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Became a ACBL member in the Army serving in Germany.  1968

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Been a director for several years.

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On Unit 183 Board  for three years.

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Instructor: Easybridge!, Better Bridge, Learn Bridge in a Day?, and TAP certified.

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Regualar ABTA member.

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All 5 of my grandchildren are ACBL members and have all played in Youth NABCs. 

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Worked in computer sales and support before retirement.

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Did Dallas Unit 176 web page back when few were on the internet, then a new concept. Currently do local club's webpage(http://d16acbl.org/U176/ABC/adbc.htm).  Do various bridge utilities to fill in bridge composer(not accepted by bridge composer), bridgemates, and reporting to the common game situations.

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Get to play bridge about 2 times a month, go to tournaments to get a chance to play.

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Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Have many, but having our team Kibitzed by 3 players I knew were on the top 500 list, wondering who our opponents must be.
Bridge Accomplishments
Obtaining a silver ribbon with essentially brand new duplicate players in NABC Senior Swiss Teams; a few years later they realized the importance of the 11 Gold points they had won. Awarded Texas Star by District 16 for Bridge Contribution.
Regular Bridge Partners
My Spouse - Dorothy
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Arlington Duplicate Bridge Club (Texas)
Favorite Tournaments
NABCs in new places; Regionals - OKC; Gatlinburg and local
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
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Advice for new club owners?
Jeff thanks for the list of duties. We are a club own, board run club. The list for you as club manager is almost a 100% match for the club's board duties, they don't lock up the club. Our club manger appears to match your ACBL mangers role ...
Warning: BridgeWinners Process Question
Never seen it before, however the "What do you …" is showing on my club's computer.
What now?
Thanks for the reply. This morning I thought about how things have changed since the computerization of the scoring. Back before computers were there to quickly calculate scores, with a sitout often board and pair results had to be adjusted (known as factoring), directors would go out of their way ...
What now?
Jim what was your 14 table web for as boards played? 14 tables with 26 boards (13 rounds) or 27 (3 board rounds)? Maybe more information is needed. If 27 (9 3 board rounds) and you could not restart as Anthony suggested why not keep the sit out and possibly ...
Handicap scores to increase open game players attendance.
Ping and Randy. - Thanks for your recommendations. I have taken some effort to do some trials against your suggestions. Ping - NLM are separate events of 3 - 7 tables. Ping and Randy - I'm having a problem knowing how to implement a past history (ACBL score or TCG) handicap approach for ...
Handicap scores to increase open game players attendance.
To make sure I understand. You are placing 40% in the acbl database.
Handicap scores to increase open game players attendance.
This looked valuable HOWEVER Just checked my club's TCG (The Common Game) handicaps. It does not seem to include much of a set of handicaps for the club's lower ranking games (NLM and 0-300), even though the club has been running the common game for these lower games ...
ACBL's Flawed Masterpoint Formulas
Steve - if you make the 80% against a weak field and the 55% the top players around. Why is the 80% worth more? The strength of field concept discussed often in this article needs to be considered.
ACBL's Flawed Masterpoint Formulas
Kevin - thanks for the positive on the downtown Regionals. I was on the Unit board when we changed to the airport . The board wanted to continue downtown. Simply put the hotels did not want our business. And the airport would only take us if we made a long term contract ...
Mentor program morphs to Coaching program
Over a year from last reply. Our twice a month mentoring game is still the largest night game. 11 to 15 tables vs typical 4 - 6 tables. Again this is not a typical Non life master event. The rules are rather simple - a pair for the night must have one ...
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