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Matthew Weingarten
Matthew Weingarten
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 18, 2012
Last Seen
38 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Junior player who graduated from the University of Florida with a major in Computer Science and minors in Mathematics and Statistics. Now a Software Engineer at Nielsen. Bridge is love, Bridge is life.

If my real name isn't familiar, you might know me by my nickname commonly used by fellow Juniors and/or members of the USBF program, Beans.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Playing with (not against) Jeff Meckstroth
Bridge Accomplishments
4th in 2016 0-10K Swiss, 9th in 2016 0-10K Fast Pairs, 4th in 2017 NAP Flight B, 22nd in 2018 Fast Pairs, 7th in 2018 Wernher Open Pairs
Regular Bridge Partners
Marge Boldus, Justin Coniglio, Arjun Dhir, Jeff Edelstein, Sam Goldberg, Bob McEwan, and Sally Meckstroth
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Clearwater Duplicate Bridge Club, St. Petersburg Bridge Club, Tampa Bay Bridge Center
Favorite Tournaments
NABCs
Favorite Conventions
Kickback, Kokish, Maximal Doubles
BBO Username
coolbeans
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
My Favorite
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Weingarten-Chang
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Amer-Weingarten
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Weingarten-Goldberg
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ACBL Live Chrome Extension
There's a lot of different ways a feature like this could go (oh boy, the software engineer in me is coming out). Pulling the contract by table and names, like it's done currently, would lead to a lot of text for one board and it'd take forever ...
Steve Valencic's bidding problem: KJ75 AJ943 7 AQ8
And FWIW, even though it's not directly relevant, after OP's 3D call here, his partner desperately tried to sign off in 3H under the premise that 3D does not show S support. OP then somehow found a 4S call here, which caused the argument, this post, and then ...
Steve Valencic's bidding problem: KJ75 AJ943 7 AQ8
What OP fails to mention is that he and his partner play constructive raises (or rather, his partner does and OP commonly forgets), so 2H direct should show 8-10 points, and not a crappy 7 as he had on this hand (xxxx xxx KQJx Jx is his hand for reference ...
Update -- Grue and Levin Win Blue Ribbon Pairs
True, but then why did they make a post if it was still pending?
Update -- Grue and Levin Win Blue Ribbon Pairs
BW pulled a Dewey defeats Truman!
Two Fundamental Assumptions that I think BW "bashers" are wrong on
While video games may have very well wiped out Bridge from college campuses in the late 70's/early 80's, I think it's the rise of that and other technology that helped more or less end its reign as one of the major forms of entertainment for students ...
Carolyn Eckert, RIP
While I wasn't formally a part of AJB, I became kind of adopted into their family early on when I started learning to play when I teamed up with some of the Atlanta kids in various events. Carolyn was a gem to meet and know over the years. She ...
Honolulu BOD Journal
Juniors already pay $10 less per session and U-19 is free for most sessions (not 100% sure on this one). I'm definitely going to milk the last 1.5 years I have of those discounts before I consider future NABC plans.
Dirty Talk
Can't finesse if the second is ruffed, reducing you to AK tight.
ATB - Hopeless grand
I don't have a problem with the auction until after 6 (if you're playing first-round controls). E is still in the dark about the K of and K of , and should ask. 6 after 6 should say, "Bid 7 with the K of ...
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