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Jonathan Steinberg
Jonathan Steinberg
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 15, 2010
Last Seen
Feb. 20
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Check out my photos at: http://imageevent.com/jon911

Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Alex Hudson, Mike Kenny, David Sabourin
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Hazel's Bridge Club
Favorite Tournaments
Penticton, Puerto Vallarta, all Mid-Atlantic Regionals
Favorite Conventions
Flannery
ACBL Ranking
Platinum Life Master
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What Are We Going To Do About Slow Play?
There are clear ACBL rules, guidelines & penalties for slow play. One assumes that TDs know the regulations. My recollection from when I played in the Fast Pairs is that penalties were imposed although for the most part, there were few of the chronically slow pairs that you see in other ...
On Bridge Journalism
Boye, drawing a red line with F/N on one side and honest players on the other is an excellent strategy and I hope you and other top players maintain that position. The good news is that they are barred from playing in the ACBL as the CAS decision has ...
On Bridge Journalism
Nicolas, you make sweeping accusations without naming names. "Another example: 3/190. Plenty of boards. Almost certainly cheating. Current active top pair." This puts a stain on every active top pair. In one of your posts you stated you gave SOME names to the ACBL & WBF (but not all) and ...
On Bridge Journalism
Nicolas, are you asking to be paid to supply the ACBL with your information?
On Bridge Journalism
Nic, "statistically there are still some cheating pairs at the top level. Most of the top pros know who they are." is quite the statement. Have you shared your evidence with the ACBL Recorder? The Anti-Cheating Commission? Do you think the current system is working? How can you improve it ...
Open Letter to ACBL Board of Directors -- Housing Bureau, NABC Rooms, Montreal Summer NABC
Mike, you keep saying Montreal is easy to find housing. Can you provide some concrete examples and links. Hotel rooms in Montreal that are going for CDN $125 in January sell for more than CDN $300 plus in July. When Philadelphia was held in March, the ACBL Marriot was US ...
Come On ACBL/OnPeak, It's Just Not That Hard! (NABC Hotel Gripe)
I definitely recall receiving at least one notice but it may have been for San Francisco, not Columbus.
Open Letter to ACBL Board of Directors -- Housing Bureau, NABC Rooms, Montreal Summer NABC
Gatlinburg advertises 20, 30 different hotels with info. You choose the one you want, call them and reserve. If sold out, try another. Not difficult. NABCs may have, 1, 2, 3 host hotels, rarely 5 but it would not be difficult for the ACBL web page to have updates. The ...
Open Letter to ACBL Board of Directors -- Housing Bureau, NABC Rooms, Montreal Summer NABC
Gatlinburg, because of its size, has often been referred to as the 4th NABC. The organizers negotiate reduced rates at multiple hotels, advertise all of them (including others that are not sponsors) and then the players book directly with the hotel of their choice. I'm still waiting to learn ...
Open Letter to ACBL Board of Directors -- Housing Bureau, NABC Rooms, Montreal Summer NABC
Chris, ACBL Patron membership has little to do with NABC housing, room blocks, or criticizing the ACBL. Less than a fraction of one per cent of ACBL members are Patron Members. Not all attend NABCs. They are making a donation although I doubt if it is tax deductible since the ...
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