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David Libchaber
David Libchaber
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 19, 2012
Last Seen
14 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I have finally taken the plunge and opened my own real estate brokerage firm, DML Realty. If you are looking to buy, sell or rent in Manhattan, contact me :)  Unfortunately not much time left for playing, but it makes the times I have to play even more valuable.  

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
The first time I executed a double squeeze, not knowing how I had done it, but figured out that it was on!
Bridge Accomplishments
huh?
Regular Bridge Partners
David Parsons
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Loved to play at the Culbertson, when we were all so young....A magnificient club thanks to Anne Mittman.
BBO Username
victorhugo
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
DL 2/1 Proposed
2/1 GF
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Last Year's ACBL President Speaks Out
Whipple's letter is great and on point, but for one issue - he canned Bahar. I am quite sure that Bahar is the one who made the board realize how perilous the ACBL situation is. If things were so dire, why remove someone who was hired to bring change? Whipple ...
Last Year's ACBL President Speaks Out
The high stakes game in Manhattan is dead. Once in a while, there will be a $1 game, but the Rengency Whist, the private club that used to have 10 full tables 15 years ago (from $.05 a point to $1 a point) is down to one table twice a ...
Motions before the Memphis BoD: Item 191-22
How many meetings and hours of discussion did this motion take to write, edit, and pass?
David Parsons's bidding problem: 763 AT AT82 KQ32
Agreed
David Libchaber's bidding problem: 5 T9 KJ865 AQT42
Thank you Paul, just fixed.
David Libchaber's bidding problem: A76 K3 QJT63 Q96
The reason why I prefaced that way is simply because otherwise, I would get a few, perhaps many, who would write that the problem is flawed because they would have bid 2 at their first opportunity.
What do you play at trick two in Matchpoints?
I don't see the importance of the club card at trick 1. Could you expand on why the 4 is wrong?
Just a couple of pushes
Thank you Josh for a very entertaining set of boards.
David Libchaber's bidding problem: 2 QT3 AQJ72 A864
No Andrzej; just what is the best bid given the auction.
A Recommendation for USA Bridge
Thank you Rick for summarizing many ideas that have been expressed on this site in multiple other threads. The thread started by Mark Leonard on December 3rd is I think the most important one. - There are clearly fiduciary failings - director(s) are not doing their jobs. - There is no chance ...
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