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Martin Fleisher
Martin Fleisher
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 6, 2011
Last Seen
21 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I'm an attorney by training but spend most of my professional time managing an investment fund invested in life insurance policies.  I play bridge almost exclusively at the nationals, team trials, and (if lucky) international competitions. Most of my practice comes on


I started playing when I was about 8, and duplicate at 11. However, despite some early success,  I didn't play more than a few days a year between 1981 and 1995 as I was pretty focused on my career and had (and still have fortunately) a wife who does not play bridge. I got more serious about bridge around 2003 and feel very fortunate about my success and the partners and teammates I've had. I still think of myself as "young player" but am eligible for ACBL senior events this year (yikes!).  

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Chip Martel
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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DIAMOND Wins Spingold
congratulations to great guys and great players!
Thank you Judy for your kind words
Thanks so much for all the nice comments. I'm terrible lucky to have a great partner and teammates, and that we were able to beat a bunch of very talented teams along the way (and lose to another very talented team). I particularly appreciate the comments from the members ...
True North American Championships Coming
I'm protecting them by keeping faux Americans like you out.
Length of 2017 USBC Matches
who is the "we"?
Length of 2017 USBC Matches
who is the "we"?
Fleisher Wins Spingold
I think Geir ducked completely in tempo. But I knew he was capable of this and I figured that if he had with Kxx I would just be down if I finessed again. Accordingly, I took the club finesse figuring that it had lost I could still play for hearts ...
Fleisher Wins Spingold
they played 3 sets each day (4 one day only)
Spingold Vugraph from Round of 16
Making 6!c in the US Championship Match
At the other table, I was afraid of going down with diamonds 6-2 if I played ace and ruffed a diamond. this way I was cold with the trumps 3-2 or 4-1 onside, with some good chances if 4-1 offside.

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