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Dave Feldman
Dave Feldman
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Member Since
July 28, 2010
Last Seen
21 hours ago
Member Type
bridge player

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Matchups in the USBC Round of 8
I watched you a lot, Max, and you acquitted yourself very well. Yes, you had a few bad mistakes, but you were competitive against fine players, and you were never pushed around. The blunders will lessen as you gain experience. It is much harder, and rarer, for a player of ...
Rubber Bridge at the NABC in Philly
I wouldn't be interested in playing rubber bridge at the Nationals, but totally support trying it out as an experiment.
Open Philadelphia Discussion Thread
Thank you so much, Craig, for bringing this up. I did compliment Kyle (and some of the other caddies) at the time but forgot to contact anyone at the ACBL. And thanks, Don, for suggesting we contact the ACBL. I wrote to Gary and he did cc our CEO and ...
Open Philadelphia Discussion Thread
Kyle did the same thing more than once in another Swiss event I participated in. The caddies were outstanding at this tournament. Not just efficient and fast, but courteous and warm.
The Best Bridge Writer Poll
Mike, a friend asked for a beginning book and I recommended 5 Weeks, which, along with Goren Bridge Complete, were my first Standard American books when I was learning the game.
The Best Bridge Writer Poll
Patrick, could you tell us a little bit about Labbe's work?
The Best Bridge Writer Poll
What you call “snide, I’d characterize as comic. As far as I know, all of his novels were comic, as well. To my mind, he has affection for the characters he lampoons but of course, both of our opinions are subjective. He won the Camrose six years in a ...
The Best Bridge Writer Poll
Clearly this was a comic conceit. He certainly had a formidable record in European tournaments at the highest level.
The Best Bridge Writer Poll
True, but so are the Menagerie stories. Edited to add that one of the pleasures of Michael Rosenberg’s book was his discussion of how his grounding in rubber influenced. and improved his tournament game.
The Best Bridge Writer Poll
He doesn’t have the biggest body of work, but I don’t think there’s a better written book in the canon than “Why You Lose at Bridge.”

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