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Ovunc Yilmaz
Ovunc Yilmaz
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 14, 2013
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Assistant Professor at the Mendoza College of Business - University of Notre Dame..

Part-time bridge player..

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
A win against Mahaffey team in Spingold 2013
Bridge Accomplishments
Winner of Collegiate 2012, Carolina Masters 2012
Regular Bridge Partners
Andrew Jeng, Irfan Ilgin, Doga Seker, Zizhuo Wang
Favorite Tournaments
Vanderbilt, Spingold
Favorite Conventions
Gazilli, Eisus
BBO Username
ovncylmz
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
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Roland Wald R.I.P.
Great idea!
Roland Wald R.I.P.
RIP Roland!
How do you play this double?
I play this type of X's as non-penalty all the time. On the other hand, I have an interesting observation that my opponents almost always play the most useful meaning for the given hand. So they kill me at 4C when I go down a lot or reach 4S ...
Final Call-Online K.O. by Tom Reynolds May K.O.
All sounds great! Thanks for your efforts!
Final Call-Online K.O. by Tom Reynolds May K.O.
Dear Jonathan and Tom, why don't you randomize the seedings in the tournament? Sometimes people hear from each other and sign up relatively close times, so they play against people they know:p Just an idea. I can see that giving an advantage to early sign-upsthrough no prelim round ...
A potential format for Bridge Winners Online Team League
I feel like 0.5 dollars per board per person is a bit too much:) Maybe they can increase the number of boards or maybe swithch to 2 x 10 board matches per night with groups of 10 teams?
Bridge Winners Online Charity Team League EDIT: CANCELED
If anybody knows the online game hattrick - the triangular league structure there is another option. I am happy to help.
Bridge Winners Online Charity Team League EDIT: CANCELED
Why don't you guys start with some form of preliminary KO format (based on seedings points), where losers continue playing until everybody gets some form BW seeding and end up in a better league based on their skill level?
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: QT Q5 KJ92 KQJ74
What does partner have?
Frank Lin's bidding problem: J975 632 8752 93
Pass and lead a spade..
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