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Aaron Silverstein
Aaron Silverstein
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Member Since
Aug. 5, 2010
Last Seen
3 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Member of Bridge Club(s)
aces, cavendish, bridge school of long island
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
Aaron Silverstein Andrew Rosenthal
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Three Deals from the USBC Semifinals
Or maybe 5-1
Bridgemates: Rules and Etiquette
I think information should be recorder as soon as possible to avoid disputes. Since there are no acbl rules, I never complain about how my opponent wants to use the bridgemate, and feel telling them is impolite.
I would double as east. West took a shot and it could have worked. I would blame west, but dont really mind.
Double Standards
There was a clear break in tempo on board 26. Our pair was having trouble with 2d and 2h showing good hands with the black suits. They both knew they didnt know which showed which, and guessed differently.
Double Standards
Yes. They surveyed to see if anyone doubled and got very fee, not telling anyone the people involved. So the director gave a small percentage of 3ntx down 2 and the rest 3nt down 2
Double Standards
As far as the second hand, we never said anything but that he had to bid 3nt. The director then surveyed how many people would double and assigned a score based on that. I am not sure why this is a double standard. We appealed nothing and never said our ...
Double Standards
The ridiculous technicality was playing a prealertable convention, 3s as anganbling 3nt without the required prealert and suggested defense. The pair then had an accident with the convention that they never would have had if the pair playing the convention had bothered to check the rules. Should the corn team ...
Gawrys vs. Rosenthal in Spingold Final
If you notice on the Bbo vugraph, 3c was alerted
Would you roll this back?
Everyone is answering assuming what south thought his bid meant. If the director never asked them it is his fault. Also this is a club game, don't kill them for not knowing their system, you would lose half the field.
Is This a Legitimate Question?
It is ok to ask, but better to just ask about balancing style, not something as specific as always or never.

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