Judy Kay-Wolff

A Bridge Treasure!

Being on the scene for generations and content with a delightful choice of residence in Las Vegas twelve years ago, we do little traveling. However, though we now only attend local Sectionals and Regionals (and play together weekly/with no divorce proceedings in view), we have far from lost touch with the overall bridge happenings. And, of course, Bobby is active a great part of each day with his Internet Aces on Bridge Column, courtesy of Masterpoint Press.

When the San Diego NABC surfaced, I immediately went to my Ipad to check out the schedules on BBO where I can relax in bed and savor every moment. When I tried to turn it on, I went absolutely ballistic as I noted my BBO App had disappeared! After contacting their support center, I was instructed how to resurrect it. Something I did, no doubt, to trigger the problem. Just turned it on… and I am ecstatic!

I have stated this before on my blogsite, but I must reiterate I feel Bridge Base Online is undoubtedly the greatest contribution to modern universal bridge togetherness. We appreciate all the work entailed. THANK YOU FRED!


3 Comments

CarolNovember 28th, 2017 at 11:01 pm

Ditto! Not much left to say!

AlanNovember 28th, 2017 at 11:14 pm

Remembering you had carpal tunnel surgery on your left hand this morning, are you able to type one handed on BBO?

Judy Kay-WolffNovember 28th, 2017 at 11:50 pm

Answering Alan’s query, my left hand is totally numb and inoperable. But, most importantly … no pain. From what I recall, it took a full day to retrieve any sensation on the rght hand ten days ago. But, am in no hurry. Can still use my stylus with my right and write short messages for now and watch BBO later. Thanks for asking. It’s hard to keep this old gal down!

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