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Paul Elstein
Paul Elstein
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Member Since
March 28, 2013
Last Seen
10 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Been playing for 55+ years, but am still at the intermediate level.  Have been teaching beginner bridge to seniors.  Strong believer in the 5Fs--fun, focus, forgive, forget, and if none of those work go into a private place to shout the 5th F.  Another f is for frustration; but we always come back to play in spite of it.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Coming in first in our section, the first day that my partner and I played in a Regional Tournament
Favorite Conventions
ACBL Ranking
Non Life Master
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"the reflexively anti-ACBL barking seals"
While I disagree with some of the anti-ACBL rhetoric here from time to time, I believe that the BW forum is much less "obnoxious" than Mr. Lixwiler's statement here.
Puzzled by Evening Swiss Ruling in San Francisco
"All of us baseball fans understand e.g Chuck Knoblach E5". It was E4 since he could not throw properly from second base.
Bridge Mentions in the Media
I saw it in today's paper. I thought it meant that Donald Trump declined to be at the table (appearing before the Judiciary Committee)
Lost in Translation?
But if a well-known writer made disparaging remarks about your country, whether it's the U.S., United Kingdom or Poland or any other nation, would you still respect him/her?
Lost in Translation?
"Norman, I'm positive you smoke cigarettes in every means of public transportation since Hitler was the first who banned that." What did you write in response to the OP that violated the community guidelines? Something even more useless?
Please attribute the quote
William S. Baring-Gould wrote "biographies" of both NW and SH, in which he posited that the former is the son of the latter. :-) It may have been Isaac Asimov who wrote a story that Watson was a woman!
Remembering My Dad
For Harvey Kueen. Besides being a great power hitter and having a strong, somewhat erratic arm, Colavito was popular with women fans. His trade hurt Cleveland financially as well as on the field
Don't shoot the messenger!
"1967 is 52 years from 2019." Also,52 years from 1915 when most U.S. women couldn't vote.
A Bridge Swifty
"I think you're overbidding partner," said Tom passively.
For Frank Stewart
A driver on a busy highway received a call from his wife on his cellphone. She said that she heard on the radio that a driver was going the wrong direction on her husband's highway and he should be careful. He replied, "It's not one driver, it's ...

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