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Upcoming Events:   

  Saturday, April 28, 2018: COBA Annual Unit Game(s) & Awards Banquet

* April 25: ACBLWide

Stratified Open

Charity Game-11:30

am. Supporting the

ACBL Charity

Foundation and

awards 81.5%

sectional-rated black

awards.

* Summer COBA

Sectional Tournament:

June 1 - 3, 2018 at

the Haimerl Center.

* Flying Buckeye

Regional: Sept 4 - 9,

2018 at Wright

Patterson AF Base.

 

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COBA AWARDS & UNIT CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

 

Our Annual Awards day is so much fun that you won’t want to miss it! We

honor the accomplishments of our new Life Masters, as well as, the winners

of all Unit 122 Ace of Clubs and Mini-McKenney Awards. You will enjoy two

sessions of bridge, plus a delicious dinner, for only $15.00. If you wish, you

may play in one of the two sessions, instead of both, but by all means come

enjoy the day with all of your bridge friends.

Starting at 1:30 pm, followed by dinner, then a second session

immediately afterwards, you can sign up at the Bridge Center and pay

$15/person, or mail your check, made out to C.O.B.A. (Central Ohio Bridge

Association), to us at 2030 Crown Plaza Drive, Columbus, OH 43235.

Both games are sanctioned as Unit Championships and will award extra

masterpoints. You will receive the Annual Awards booklet, completed by

Jim Bachelder, with awards and player points listed. Our Unit 122 Officers

thank you for attending this day, planned for our members: President, Bob

Jiobu, Vice President, Janelle Courtright, Secretary, Melissa Warheit and

Treasurer, David Maul

 

                                   D i s t r i c t-W i d e S T a C

 

Set aside Monday, April 9 through Sunday, April 15 for a Spring

Sectional Tournament at the Columbus Bridge Center. Players will

compete district-wide in the week’s ALL-SILVER-POINT AWARDS.

Identical hands will be played throughout participating clubs in District 11.

Plan your games and let us know if you need help finding a partner.

Considerate and Conscientious?

Be One of Those Players!

It is very hard for the directors to completely change the

movement, when we do NOT know that you’re arriving late. We love

you for arriving 10 minutes before game time OR simply giving us a

call if you’ll be late. Also, we appreciate your leaving your table area

as it existed when you started your game. Please return cups &

glasses to the counter, place floor debris in the trash, push chairs

into the tables. Thank you for helping us keep the club nice!

 

2017  MINI-McKENNEY MASTER POINT RACE

     ACBL players competing in the above race annually, compete for the most pigmented masterpoints (those won in tournaments) in each membership category. Be sure to join us at this year’s Awards Game(s) and Dinner on Saturday, April 28, 2018.  Awards are presented at our annual Life Master Awards Banquet.  Our Unit 122 leaders are honored for tournament points earned from 1/1/17 to 12/31/17. A summary of the Mini-McKenney awards is as follows:

 

  Karen Clemency ranks first in the 0-5 Mini-McKenney in our Unit and 5th in the North American Race, with 99.97 tournament points, followed by Diane Halloran,Tony Ahern & Leslie Laufman. Other Unit winners are:

  5-20   Steve Bishel - first

  20-50  John Bishel  - first

  50-100  Tom Bishel - first - Ron Rybak -second   

  100-200  Phil Gathfirst

  200-300 Joe Wernetfirst,Janet Cordova-2nd,Jo Anne Paynter-3rd

  300 – 500 Dan Loveland1st,Andrew Moulton-2nd,Frank Paynter, 3rd

  1000-1500 Alex Khrakovsky 1st,  Jane Witherspoon,2nd

2500-3500 Mary J Gladfelter,Mike Gladfelter 1st- 2nd, Sam Hinkle, 3rd

 3500-5000  Larry Jones 1st, Doug Millsap -2nd  , Suman Agarwal-third

  5000 - 7500  Charles Kopp - first,  Siraj Haji second

  7500 -  10,000  Cheryl Schneider -first, George St Pierre - second  >10,000  Jim Bachelder-first, Doug Simson-2nd,  Anita Torrence- 3rd

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Congratulations!   

 Earning points in a Thursday evening Franklin Club game, helped

 Ron Scott  achieve Life Master status, playing with his life partner, Karen.  Equally talented, Lou Rakocy, attained his Life Master designation last month, at the Bridge Center. Our Best Wishes and hopes for many Happy Bridge Games, in the years to come.

2017  ACE  OF  CLUBS MASTER POINT RACE

         Each year our players vie for the most masterpoints won in the ACBL’s Ace of Clubs Awards (points won at bridge clubs) and Mini-McKenney  Awards (points won at COBA Sectional Tournaments. Awards are presented at our annual Life Master Awards Banquet. Whether you are a novice player with few points or an accomplished player with thousands of master points, you are competing in these races, as an ACBL member. The leaders of the unit 122, with points earned from 1/1/17 to 12/31/17, are as follows:

MINI-McKENNY WINNERS:  http://web2.acbl.org/as400/mpraces/unit/2017/mm122.htm

ACE OF CLUB WINNERS:     http://web2.acbl.org/as400/mpraces/unit/2017/ac122.htm

BARRY CRANE TOP 500 :     https://web3.acbl.org/mpraces/?year=2017&unit=122&race=BC&showDeceased=Y

 

Some of the highlights  of the players from our club  are posted below:

 

  Karen Clemency  ranks first in the 0-5 Ace of Clubs Unit Race, with

  75.74 master points earned last year. Diane Halloran & Tony Ahern are

  2nd and 3rd.

  Ann Hoaglin ranks first in the 5-20 Masterpoint Race with

  12.85 points, followed by Tom Hoaglin & Ingrid Biery.

  Ann Redner  placed second in the 20-50 Masterpoint Unit Race

  with 24.44 points, while John Bishel & Sherry Seress are 5th & 6th.

  Ron Rybak ranks first in our Unit’s 50-100 Masterpoint Race with

  64.84 points. Tom Bishel and Kathy Fellows rank 2nd and 4th.

  Phil Gath is first contender in the 100-200 masterpoint Race with 55.20

  points; Bob Davis and Dominic Nickoloff win 2nd & 3rd positions.

  Joe Wernet  ranks first in the Ace of Clubs Race, 200-300 MPs,

  winning 117.44 points. Jo Anne Paynter and Janet Cordova are 2nd &

  4th respectively.

  Andrew Moulton ranks in the 300-500 Club MP Race with105.57 points

   won.  Dan Loveland is 2nd, with Frank Paynter, placing fourth.

  Larry Kennedy (Mansfield) leads the 500-1000 MP Race in our Unit with

  81.74 points, while Tim Kohl follows close behind, winning 81.20 points.

  Jane Witherspoon is first, leading the 1000-2500 Unit Race earning

  140.35 club master points in 2017. Bob Jiobu and John Beach rank 2nd

  and 3rd in the Race.   

  Marty Seltzer leads the 1500 to 2500 MP Race with 95.59 pts, followed

   by Mae Hill with 90.54 points won.

  Sam Hinkle is first in the 2500-3500 MP Race with 273.80 MPs. Judy

  Zimmerman and Norma Nickoloff are 2nd and 3rd, respectively.

  Gary Shade is first in the 3500-6,000 MP Race winning 287.89.

  Charlie Kopp is first In the 5000-7500 bracket with 128.11 pts.

  George St Pierre leads the 7500-10,000, winning 193.22 MPs.

  Jim Bachelder won the >10,000 MP Race with 239 points.