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Len Vishnevsky
Len Vishnevsky
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 24, 2010
Last Seen
15 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Ask me in person, it doesn't fit here. It involves a psych, obviously.
Bridge Accomplishments
I claimed (face up) in the platinum pairs, and Zia asked me how many clubs I had (I don't sort).
Regular Bridge Partners
Bob Etter, Jo Ginsberg
Favorite Tournaments
Livermore Valley Sectional, Santa Rosa Sectional
Favorite Conventions
10-12 NT runouts
BBO Username
lenv1
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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Should This NLM Stay in his Lane?
Declarer won't learn anything during the round, but I'm surprised you were able to offer advice before dummy, since I'm sure he was ready to strike. That tempo can also be off-putting. I hope we were more gracious when you described your top against us from several ...
The Lead-Out-Of-Turn Coup
You can't hook the CQ, it's in dummy. You can finesse it to hook the king...
Master Play?
I will add the double!
Trick 1 Pause, Platinum Pairs
Why not face up so everyone can think?
Two Strip Squeezes
S9 is a Grosvenor. Based on the auction, I'm sympathetic to South's final decision.
Was this (not) funny enough?
I hadn't noticed any irregularities, in the legal sense.
Tricky Discard at Trick 2! (Flint)
https://www.amazon.com/Bridge-Connoisseur-Hugh-Kelsey/dp/0297868713 I believe Duong Hong pretended he was caught in a knockout squeeze, but I don't have a copy in front of me.
Frivolous play ruling
7700? Did north/south claim honors?
Restricted Choice and it's application outside the bridge table.
The absence of the word always means not always. Monty Hall himself was very clear about that: he didn't always offer a swap.
Restricted Choice and it's application outside the bridge table.
"he opens another door" means sometimes. Compare to bridge. You hold ATxxxx opposite Kxx. You lead K-x-x-J. What do you play? Does that mean RHO ALWAYS plays the J?
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