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Paul Weinstock
Paul Weinstock
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Member Since
Aug. 29, 2015
Last Seen
22 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

MScME Mechanical Engineer, Power Plant Maintenance, Risk Management, Knowledge Management experience.

Real expert, under World Class player, 7 World Championships, nothing to really brag about.

Happily married, two kids, both Software Engineers, my pride and joy.

Love wife,  bridge, sports, a great food and a good wine, not specifically in that order.


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BZ - "People and their strange mannerisms"
Jurgen, look again at what I've wrote. Your last line in your comment up-thread was out of context, and I think you should scrape it instead of further explaining. That's all.
BZ match against Turkey EBTC 2014. Crowd-source volunteers wanted to watch videos and record gestures.
Michal, you're so funny I gonna cry... :(
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: K87632 --- AKJ9 AK9
Why should the 4 bid guarantee the ace of ?
BZ - "People and their strange mannerisms"
Jurgen writes: "I do think I now understand the ACBL+ calamity better". Objection overruled. It was better not to write that last line. If you connect between such things you understand nothing.
Congratulations Sharon Osberg and teammates
Congratulations for a great win !! Way to go Sharon, from a long time fan :).
Big wins for the Racecars in Montegrotto.
If I would think that the decisions of a bridge organisation are 100% fair and flawless,I could agree to that. But we all know, unfortunately, that this is not the case.
About Polling Players (II)
Respect, Rui !! Very good and enlightening article.
Break In Tempo
South's pass, BIT or not, should not be forcing ? If someone wants to search into it, thinking would convey the message that South has doubts about bidding 5 himself or letting pd into the picture for an advice (double or 5 from pd).
Lovely biddings
Lovely biddings
I think I played the board in a robot game yesterday. My play was A, ruff, to the A, ruff, A, K, ruff, spades from the top and in the end-game I had a squeeze - available or impass. I don't want to ...

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