There is bridge blogging, as in “check out my culture, it’s even worse than yours,” which is copious, and then there is bridge blogging, as in the game, which is scarce. Me, I prefer the latter: my own damn culture gives me enough tzuris. Unfortunately, if we except the occasional bridge entry at Floyd McWilliams’ Declarer, there were, as of last week, no decent bridge blogs at all. Now there is one: Squeezing the Dummy, by my friend Justin Lall, the best player in America under 30 and a great system theoretician. He also writes frankly, and in complete sentences. You Gee Chronicles refugees will want to have a look.

(Update: After three weeks of excellent daily blogging, he took it down. Never mind.)

Aaron Haspel | Posted June 20, 2005 @ 4:21 PM | Blogs

2 Responses to “Bridge Blogging”

  1. 1 1. Claus P. Hastrup

    Anyone knows what happened to this quite interesting blog of Justin’s?
    It it just disappeared, without leaving a note.

    /Claus


  2. 2 2. Odette

    When someone writes an piece of writing he/she keeps the thought of a user in his/her brain that how a user can be aware of it.
    Thus that’s why this post is outstdanding. Thanks!


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