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David Libchaber
David Libchaber
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 19, 2012
Last Seen
8 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Associate Real Estate broker withe the Corcoran Group in New York City. Was the general manager of e-bridge in my previous life.


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
The first time I executed a double squeeze, not knowing how I had done it, but figured out that it was on!
Bridge Accomplishments
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Loved to play at the Culbertson, when we were all so young....A magnificient club thanks to Anne Mittman.
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
DL 2/1 Proposed
2/1 GF
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The nature of bridge probabilities
Typo Page 7. Paragraph 5, third line, second RHO should be LHO. Thanks for the article Roland.
After bidding Stayman, what is 3D?
Does that mean you can never invite with in the major? How do you just invite?
How do we get to the !@#$% NT game?
Kieran, How do you deal with it if you play 2NT is some form of Spiral and opener rebids 3 showing a minimum and three trumps?
Overcall in long suit or double? (2)
Fascinating problem! At the time of my post, there are 45 votes, and one very lone opinion. 84% of bidders favor the 31H call, either very strongly or strongly. The only one who views double as the absolute right bid happens to be a stellar player and writer. How much ...
BZ - "People and their strange mannerisms"
What does one has to do with another? Because someone is kind and helpful to you, and their family is from the same region as yours, therefore they can't be anything but nice?
The Wonder of Bridge Down Under
Thank you Joanne; how refreshing to read.
Bridge vs Magic
Tim - you must be my Maine twin. I am one year older then you and have a soon to be 16 year old who plays Magic while I play bridge. I can't get him to be interested in Bridge - and Magic does seem like a lot of fun. I ...
Another Bayesian study
Roland, Regarding plan B; If you cash the A and then ruff a club back to the dummy, there isn't a third to take a finesse.
Does this treatment over Stayman has a name?
The reason why I am asking is simply because I am trying to teach my kids, and no Stayman book or article describe these auctions past 2NT. All I could find is bid the game with a max and pass with a min. Couldn't find one article on such ...
Does this treatment over Stayman has a name?
In a strong NT environment John, that would imply 5 by responder. Here it is opener who has 5. Responder has four cards in the other major.

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