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Mike Lipkin
Mike Lipkin
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Member Since
Feb. 11, 2013
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about me

currently playing pro after retiring from trading....author of several bridge world articles and one book: "Invitation to Annihilation". no national championships but 100+ regional firsts or seconds.  Photo is from a trip to the fabulous Iceland (BTW: "Icemachine" runs a great club in Reykjavik). Resist the Orange Abomination.

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
mike radin; david gurvich; alex perlin
Favorite Tournaments
saratoga; montreal
BBO Username
mike00
ACBL Ranking
None
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#saynotocheats
Chennai, September 2015. Zia wanted to address a pre-tournament chaotic press conference, I believe. Would someone who was in attendance please clarify for Mr. Lewis? My info is second-hand.
#saynotocheats
...which returns us to the glaring nature of Rona's leadership... does everyone recall when he tried to shut Zia up?
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Michael, I appreciate your probity. At the same time it should be noted that the introduction of screens demarcated a striking change in the use of takeout doubles, without any announced change in general methods.
Master Points for Foreign Players
well that is easy to accomplish. just join the acbl as a new member and DON'T offer to tell anyone you played elsewhere.
Master Points for Foreign Players
Here a counter-suggestion that may work in lieu of finding contemporaries with experience playing against the foreign player. Design an online par quiz which anyone applying for membership can take (and with varying questions). Assign mp's directly based on score. (If you want to replicate the ACBL "endurance" mp ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Thank you MB. It is really important to hear from people like you and trace the evolution of ethics in our game.
Saturday's common game.
If you win the A you seem to have 8 against lefty, J and J ambiguous. What about A, ruff D, pull last trump, heart to A, ruff diamond, finish trumps?
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Justin: Thanks for your heartfelt essay. The issue of collusive/cooperative behavior in social games (games as Wittgenstein or a mathematician would call them) is a complex one. It is at the heart of how one crafts rules and boundary conditions of the game to optimize outcomes which are judged ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
I know we've spoken many times Avon, but I just wish to commend you again publicly. THANKS.
Implications Of Asking
Slightly changing the subject of the post, but riffing in the ball park, would most people agree that interfering with the opponents' NT auctions has gone from maybe 15% in the early 1970's to over 40% today?
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