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Stan Schenker
Stan Schenker
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 29, 2011
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Coming from 31 down in final quarter of third round of Spingold, then coming home and finding out my wife was pregnant
Bridge Accomplishments
Top 10 Spingold Blue Ribbon Pairs
Regular Bridge Partners
David Leopold, Dave Milton, Mark Laken
Favorite Tournaments
NABC, Hunt Valley
Favorite Conventions
Muiderberg
BBO Username
sssvablue
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
Dave Milton no multi
2/1
Copy to my cards View/Print
Open DC Discussion Thread
There is also a senior pass available if you are over 65
Opening lead out of turn question
Lets not go too far, John was reasonable in this case.
Nelson-Cohen win NABC+ Fast Pairs
way to go guys
Boyd-Robinson Win North American Pairs
Congrats to two great players.
Daniel Vikor's bidding problem: --- AK853 J94 T9742
I would not open and would not double, I refuse to answer any other questions about this hand
EBL Investigation Committee: Update (Feb 27, 2016)
When you discuss players of talent who decided that they would cheat, would Steve Sion's case not fall within this pervue? I am not, and have never considered myself, world class, but he was one of the more talented players I have played against. Despite that he was convicted ...
4!H-(P)-4!S?
When I play 4 spades kickback, I play 4nt is spade cue.
Mike Passell Wins 18,000 Masterpoints on Appeal
I have seen another pro, receive a suspension which was supposed to take place immediately. The name of the pro and the infraction are irrelevant to this conversation. When the pro requested that he be allowed to finish the tournament, the suspension was pushed back so as to not inconvenience ...
Denver Blue Ribbon Pairs
Too bad I am not going
Phil Clayton's bidding problem: AJ762 4 KQT962 4
Talk to Steve Robinson, he insists that opening 1 spade is right on these hands.
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