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Paul Weinstock
Paul Weinstock
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Member Since
Aug. 29, 2015
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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.

Country
Israel

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The Nicest Guy
I was in an (almost) identical situation a couple of years ago, but didn't had Nick for an opponent... :). Playing the last and decisive round of a three rounds pairs tournament, and being really in content for first place, I open 1NT (15-17) and my pd bids 2C, Stayman ...
2018 European Championships Results
Hard work done. Respect ! Big time has come to reach a front spot at the BB. Good luck !
Is there a city more active in bridge, right now, from Athens, Greece?
During...
Donations Needed
Call them whatever you like, Barry, only donate...
101 Bridge Books To Read Before You Die!!
Exactly like the robots, they never fail to find the killing re-lead after the first passive one...
How to reach slam
Trusting pd to have a chance at game facing a near zero hand, East has a clear drive to slam. An optimist (like me) would Blackwood. A pessimist could perhaps use a 5S bid (re-evaluate, pd, look again and do something useful). In a bad day, you could ruin a ...
Is this a finesse? (basic definition)
Merci pour l'information, Marc. Toujours chouette d'apprendre... :). David, German "schnitt" means "cut" with clear significance of ruffing. But happens that I'm wrong sometimes, see above... :).
Is this a finesse? (basic definition)
I was thinking that a play towards a card, based on having the hand holding a higher card need to play first, is called "expass" and that exactly in order to make a distinction between this kind of play and the usual "impass".
Is this a finesse? (basic definition)
I beg to disagree, David, the French "expasse" is not for ruffing finesse, but for that play towards Kx hoping the Ace is on the left (see below). But we could use a Frenchman's opinion on this :).
It Happens to the Best of Us
A simple misclick ? He wanted to bid 2 ?
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