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Oleg Rubinchik
Oleg Rubinchik
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 18, 2010
Last Seen
Dec. 7
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I was 45 year old when I filled out my profile here. Moved to NY USA from Moscow, Russia in 2000.

Started play bridge in college (1990), started play chess in kinder-garden.

Play, direct and sometimes write for UN bridge club. 

Happy father of two adult kids and one elderly dog.

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
Gold Life Master
Igor Milman - Oleg Rubinchik
Short club
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Oleg Rubinchik - Dmitry Abramson
SA + weak 1NT
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Oleg Rubinchik - George Krizel
Polish club
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I am mad as hell and I am not going to take it anymore
It is good. Now could I ask theoretical question. 1. As a paid customer you called some company, but you feel that agent you got on the phone (probably not a manager) cannot even understand the issue. Would people consider a question "can I talk to your manager?" to be ...
I am mad as hell and I am not going to take it anymore
Readiness to point out to the person in the position of authority that demonstrated him (authority) incompetence or unwillingness to perform the paid job duty did not passed unnoticed? Yes, David, you are right. This is attitude can damage the future life of the junior. Majority of us adults have ...
Minimum expectation for an explanation
I love theory. :) In a real life with exception of few tournaments from unknown opponents my expectations would be along the following lines: “It was not alerted.” “Just a bid” “I guess she has clubs, does she?” (and look at the partner to check her facial expression) “We are playing ...
"Director, declarer had no problem but did not give away his holding!"
Because declarer made a mistake by playing the small from the table on the trick one.
"Director, declarer had no problem but did not give away his holding!"
I do not think it is good idea to give the link with names, so just re-printed deal in that awful format. .......... A K 8 .......... A Q 3 .......... 8 .......... A K Q J 4 3 Q 9 6 3............... J 5 2 8 ...
"Director, declarer had no problem but did not give away his holding!"
I do not think so. The shrug of the shoulders was not even mentioned by defenders during directors call. They claimed hesitation only. It was something I saw and the kibitzer mentioned it when he was asked about hesitation without stressing on it. Director never said a word about shrug ...
What killed American Bridge--a Poll from the Year 2040.
"Computer games, video games, or other competing recreation" should not be one of the choices in this poll. It does not belong to the same family as other choices. Every game eventually will die because it will not be able to compete with other available recreation activities. It is immediate ...
Ban Collusive Cheaters For Life
How about this: No lifetime bans but simply require not only "fully confess and express remorse" but also fully recover all damage caused by the action. Lets consider every tournament there convicted player participated before spoiled by his action for every other participant and for organizers. It is a direct ...
Honolulu BOD Journal
Sorry, not sure if my translation make sense, I heard that joke in Russian only. Manager of some company complains that whatever he done he cannot improve the number of customers. Consultant reviewed managerial decisions made by company and asked: “Have you already tried to use crop dust against customers ...

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