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Oleg Rubinchik
Oleg Rubinchik
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 18, 2010
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I am 45 year old. Moved to NY USA from Moscow, Russia about 15 years ago.

Playing bridge for 25 years, chess for 40 years.

Play, direct and write newletters for UN bridge club. I try my best to play regionals on East Coast and at least 2 NABC per year.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning Truscott BAM in NY Regional
Bridge Accomplishments
second in 0-5000 Spingold, some regional success
Regular Bridge Partners
Igor Milman, George Krizel
Member of Bridge Club(s)
BBO, Gambler, UN bridge club
Favorite Conventions
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
Igor Milman - Oleg Rubinchik
Short club
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Oleg Rubinchik - Dmitry Abramson
SA + weak 1NT
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Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: KQxx Jx Axx KJ8x
This is situation for agreement, not for judgment.
BZ - "People and their strange mannerisms"
I hate the situation and certainly dislike the procedure. But I have to admit: Case against BZ is extremely strong.
delayed XX runout showing a 3-suiter alertable ?
According the original post "you have the agreement that 2C followed by a XX is your way to show a very weak 3 suiters short in clubs" Nobody can have an agreement that 2 bid is just "Natural" and had an agreement that XX shows weak 3 suiters at ...
ATB -- Phantom Save
No. With 1 trick North bid double and South will pass if his original pass was with 2 tricks or bid 2s if with 0 tricks
Consequences of Forgetting an Agreement
Fact that player forgot the system does not cancel his duty to provide opponents with complete information about his system. He failed to fulfill that obligation.
ATB -- Phantom Save
ATB -- Phantom Save
I found the following agreement useful. I opponents bid slam and we have known suit to make a save: Pass shows 0 or 2+ tricks on defense Dbl shows 1 trick on defense. If NS had that agreement both players would pass at this board. If, for example, South had ...
Paolo Gennaro's bidding problem: K AKQ432 AQ32 AQ
I got very similar board some time ago. I passed and we lost 4 IMPs (250 against 400 from another table). My partner and I were discussing that board outside, and, probably the most hated on that site, but nevertheless bridge player with outstanding skills, was smoking next to us ...
How Would You Rule on This Claim?
Case 2 from that casebook looks similar:
Where it all started for ZB
I am trying to make sure, if I understand it correctly. We seeing the proof of cheating by BZ in a lead made 26 years ago by a member of Brazilian team against teammates of BZ? To make it even more fun, for the best of my knowledge, BZ so ...

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