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Glenn Eisenstein
Glenn Eisenstein
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 20, 2010
Last Seen
7 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Reisinger 1988, Becoming Grand Life Master in Summer NABC 2016
Bridge Accomplishments
Grand Life Master intact sense of humor
ACBL Ranking
Platinum Life Master
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Open San Diego Discussion Thread
Thanks Mike. That's very kind of you.
Just When I Thought I Was Out, They Pull Me Back In - Part I
From what I remember, an "older and rusty" Steve would still be a lot better than many of those competing today. It's been a while, Steve, but I know I often left your table feeling a lot more dejected than what I arrived. Best to Betty, and Happy Thanksgiving.
Hugh Ross 1937-2017
RIP Hugh, One of the all-time gentlemen of the game, one of the all-time great players. Will be missed.
Matt Smith Promotion
Couldn't agree more. I've been a fan of Matt's for many years, admire the way he handles any problems that arise, and this promotion was way overdue. Great decision by the WBF.
GLASSON Wins Senior Swiss
I haven't seen anyone quite as excited about MY team winning a match (our last one against the leaders) than Bob and Joanne were. Going into our last match we still had hopes of repeating, but I must say that if we weren't going to win, I couldn ...
RIP John Potter
great memory of Cigar.
John Solodar, RIP
Especially here in New York City, as you can tell from the above comments, so many of today's great players learned important lessons from the Hopper. He always found the time for a problem or question, and he was the go-to guy for me anytime an ethical question arose ...
Zeke Jabbour Winner of ACBL Blackwood Award
Did not see it in today's Bulletin, but I have been assured by people who know that it is indeed official. Hope to see it in Monday's Bulletin.
Meckstroth Elected to Hall of Fame
Well done, well deserved. When the ballot came, this pick was the quintessential no-brainer.
Michael Seamon (1960-2017)
Kevin...sometimes sentiments expressed after the tragic passing of a friend are "overblown", although well intentioned. I can assure you that in the instance of your dad, this is not the case. He was truly one of the best liked and admired giants in the world of bridge. I've ...

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