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Steve Weinstein
Steve Weinstein
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 25, 2010
Last Seen
10 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

I play bridge and poker for a living(less poker now that I can't play online) I feel very fortunate that I am able to earn a living playing games I truly love. My all-time bridge hero is Paul Soloway.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
My first club game with my Dad
Bridge Accomplishments
Won a regional with Gavin
Regular Bridge Partners
Bobby Levin
Favorite Tournaments
The Cavendish
Favorite Conventions
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
Bobby Levin - Steve Weinstein
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BW 2/1: After 1!d-2!c
The reason we did that poll was to determine if it is worth it( assuming you play 2/1 GF) to have exceptions built in, on some specific later bids. Sorry if that was confusing.
BW 2/1: After 1!d-2!c
2 is forcing to game. That is the initial premise in all these polls.
Michael Seamon Junior USBC (Part 2)
Richard- Thanks for doing this first hand account of the match. Very enjoyable to read. Congrats to you and your team's success and best of luck in the Worlds.
BW 2/1: 100% GF?
I play that as invitational also. Still there are hands that you thought were a game force until.......
BW 2/1: 100% GF?
I agree with John. There are a few that shouldn't be forcing but not worth it. Maybe with the one exception if responder bids 2,3 and 4 of minor in a row.
Levin-Weinstein REACH Analysis
Good catch, missed that.
BW 2/1: Opener's Raise to 3m
My guess is you will bid 2. Notice the wording in the question "let's assume that responder's 2♣ (or 2♦) is typically at least 4 cards in length." Personally, I like 2 to be 2+ but that doesn't fit our target audience. This system will ...
BW 2/1: Opener's Raise to 3m
Maybe we get it right, maybe we don't. However, imo it's not a great bet, to not have any faith in our group working out something that is somewhat simple, playable and fits together.
Steve Weinstein's lead problem: A9654 AQ5 8 AQ95
ok, i have seen this in some version a bunch now. a. I don't agree, sometimes you double because you want them to run. b. I thought I knew what to lead, I was just wrong.
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: ATxxxx AJxx x xx
I would bid 3 over 2 and 2 over 2

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