Alan Caplan

Alan Caplan is a computer professional (M.S. (Eng. M.gmt.) who teaches English for his sins and plays and teaches Bridge passionately. He is a confirmed non-expert.

Farewell, My Lovely

Farewell, My Lovely

by Alan Caplan

This time Alan recounts a side competition at the quarterfinal more ...
Bad Breaks and Percentages

Bad Breaks and Percentages

by Alan Caplan

Alan Caplan explains what actually constitutes a bad more ...
Bids and Pieces

Bids and Pieces

by Alan Caplan

Alan makes helpful suggestions of how to handle the more ...
To draw or not to draw? Playing trumps wisely…

To draw or not to draw? Playing trumps wisely…

by Alan Caplan

An interesting article by our in–house, “non-expert” more ...
THE LAST LAUGH

THE LAST LAUGH

by Alan Caplan

The semifinals of the Crime Writers’ Association more ...
COUNTING ON INFERENCE

COUNTING ON INFERENCE

by Alan Caplan

Counting on Inference more ...
Justice Is Done

Justice Is Done

by Alan Caplan

Hey, what have we here! Miss Marple vs. Robert Mitchum, more ...
The Disappearing Trick Act

The Disappearing Trick Act

by Alan Caplan

Alan describes an online bridge game that he describes more ...
Out with the Falcon

Out with the Falcon

by Alan Caplan

Expectations ran high ahead of the semifinals of the more ...
The Order of Things

The Order of Things

by Alan Caplan

The article discusses the importance of order in play, more ...
WHEN LIMIT RAISES WONT DO THE TRICK

WHEN LIMIT RAISES WON'T DO THE TRICK

by Alan Caplan

In his article where he gives examples, Alan Caplan more ...
The Counting House

The Counting House

by Alan Caplan

The most common use of the term “counting” in bridge more ...
“Murder?” she asked

“Murder?” she asked

by Alan Caplan

Alan Caplan describes a game that occurred in an online more ...
Exit the Regent

Exit the Regent

by Alan Caplan

Here is a tip from Alan Caplan our bridge expert: more ...
Revisiting old friends – Responses to 1NT

Revisiting old friends – Responses to 1NT

by Alan Caplan

Alan Caplan discusses the accepted responses to an more ...
 
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