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The Fallible Genius
"Erroneous in my play; flawless in my analysis a new Bridge superhero has emerged.
I am The
Fallible Genius no one can result better than I can."
"I challenge you to make it!"
"It really can be done!"
The Percentage Line is a new series of Bridge challenges
issued by me to the rest of the world.
Similar to Gitelman's
software, I am allowed to change the distribution of the
opponents cards to punish you if you choose the wrong line of
As an extra incentive, the first three correct submissions
will win prizes.
(Claimable only in Vancouver, Canada.)
Back Issues (with solutions)
Other Bridge Articles
- Rookie of the Year.
An article about the 1998 CBF Rookie-Master games.
Originally published in CBF Digest- c. late November, 1998.
- The Right Finesse.
A repeat of an article written by Louis Landau and my counter
article which describes a flaw in his analysis.
c. early November, 1998.
- Brad's Golden Rules on Partnership Management.
My anecdotal reference to the most important aspect of Bridge- keeping
partner fighting for your side.
c. late August, 1998.
A complete synopsis of Lebensohl and its uses.
- BlackStiff MiniRoman.
A synopsis of my own homegrown 2 convention.
c. late June, 1998.
- An Interview with Brad Bart (by David Schmidt).
An interview about me in Matchpointer, the newsletter published
by ACBL Unit 430.
I just couldn't resist having a copy on my page!
- A Session with Danny Miles.
My first attempt at a bridge chronicle, featuring 4 hands on which I
could've made better decisions.
c. late September, 1997.
- An article about beer (by Phillip Alder)..
The first newspaper article I know about that talks about that infamous
- Mad Bart Attacks..
A nonsimultaneous doublesqueeze for the beer?! I thought bridge was
a simple game!
Originally published in MATHNews c. late May, 1997.
Tributes to Greatness
In this section,
I have tried to honour those among us who have exceptional qualities.
I hope that you
feel the same about some of the honourees below.
- Daffy Duck.
An absolutely ducky cartoon character!
Maintained by: Brad Bart (your comments are very welcome!)
Last Updated: July 2, 1999