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Ellis Feigenbaum
Ellis Feigenbaum
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Basic Information

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

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
If I dont say meetimg 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
Diamond Life Master
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I think it shows solid spades AKQJTO9 and invites a grand opposite the right hand.
D22 Orange Co Regional Review
One Size certainly does not fit all, that is for sure. Certain areas and locations lend themselves to a 10 and 3 schedule others do not. Certain regionals lend themselves to Bracketed Swiss events throughout the week , others do not. These things are mostly dependent on the amount of players ...
The Evils of E-W and Sitouts
The walkers are a practical problem, the last thing I need is someone to trip over one and end up in hospital. As we age falling is definitely a problem. So I try my best to give those that need walkers to perambulate a stationary. on occasion I have had ...
D22 Orange Co Regional Review
Sunday is a mixed bag. They run an open AXY swiss, a bracketed Swiss for under 2000 MP and a 2 session Fast Pairs. Basically something for everyone. I personally like the Sunday Swiss format. It is different to the Bracketed Swiss in that you are not playing the same ...
The Evils of E-W and Sitouts
This is hilarious, I have about 6 or 7 pairs that need a stationary and 2 pairs that I give stationary because I can’t stand the plumber pants when they move around. As to the rest if they can go to the kitchen and get coffee and chips without ...
D22 Orange Co Regional Review
Thanks Jim. Margie also does all the I/N lectures at 930 AM is in charge of the speaker program, as well as doing a Monday I/N boot camp and an afternoon lecture and even played with an absolute novice in a side game because there was no one ...
A "Thank You" Would Be Nice !
One of the problems as I see it , is that some of the clubs have disciplinary chairs and some do not. Mostly small clubs deal with discipline in house and see the things that might be complained about at regional or sectional level as teaching opportunities. There are very few ...
A "Thank You" Would Be Nice !
Where I can understand the thought given to the problem, the question is was there a problem to start with? The more we centralize the less likely we are to be getting to the true nature of any given problem. I can tell you off the top of my head ...
A "Thank You" Would Be Nice !
Why eliminate a local position, when it is obvious that local people have a lot more idea of what is happening locally? From experience I find when these things are forcibly booted upstairs they are not dealt with in a timely manner. A unit can hold a conduct hearing in ...
Would You Successful Beginning Teachers/Club Managers Please Help with this Decision?
You are allowed to run a 0-20 supervised play game, concurrent with your open game, the open game gets credit for the 0-20 tables. This boosts the masterpoint awards in open game depending on how many tables you run it can be a nice boost, but it’s not something ...

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