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Ellis Feigenbaum
Ellis Feigenbaum
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 21, 2011
Last Seen
3 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
If I dont say meeting my wife, it might have to change.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Laguna Woods , Barrington, and quite a few others.
Favorite Tournaments
Bermuda, Eilat all Nationals
Favorite Conventions
4cl keycard over weak 2 openers. ( Comes twice a month but its always spectacular)
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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2020 North American Online Bridge Championships
@ Tom, 64 people played all 16 sessions of the last online regional, guess whose wife was amongst that number. Room night in Montreal? My budget is blown ;-)
Online Bridge Power ratings exclude morning games
On the other hand it does not give you per board analysis of how you fared against weaker or stronger pairs within a field. Just an overall account of how you did against the average of that Feild after the game. Probably pretty meaningless, basically the same as masterpoints.
2020 North American Online Bridge Championships
Very Kind Tom, I am assuming Margie will be playing. I on the other hand cant afford it :-)
Grandpa, What did you do in the war?
Sorry , but not even close to my intent. What I am saying is, that playing in the ALT or the Reynolds is a privilege. The various bridge leagues around the world but especially the ACBL needs the help of the top players.
The Kibs Are Not Alright
@ tom gornicht mit gornicht
The Kibs Are Not Alright
@ Tom, Minor correction your quote is from the Midrash on Samuel 1. Where King Saul having been commanded to put Agag to death spared his life along with the best cattle. Hence Rabbi Elazar wrote, He who becomes compassionate to the cruel will ultimately become cruel to the compassionate. Now ...
Online Bridge Power ratings exclude morning games
My guess, is that Chris has worked out that 95% of morning games are limited master point games, and they provide probably a majority of online tables. Including them in power rating would seriously skew the rankings.
Grandpa, What did you do in the war?
always welcome
Grandpa, What did you do in the war?
Lets attempt to be part of the solution then.
Grandpa, What did you do in the war?
No one is stopping Pro`s practicing, no one is stopping anyone watching them either delayed or live ,take your pick. Bridge needs the top players, but the top players don't exist as bridge pro`s without the hard work of everyone else. Time to stop whingeing and give ...

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