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Oleg Rubinchik
Oleg Rubinchik
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 18, 2010
Last Seen
15 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I was 45 year old when I filled out my profile here. Moved to NY USA from Moscow, Russia in 2000.

Started play bridge in college (1990), started play chess in kinder-garden.

Play, direct and sometimes write for UN bridge club. 

Happy father of two adult kids and one elderly dog.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning Truscott BAM in NY Regional
Bridge Accomplishments
second in 0-5000 Spingold, some regional success
Regular Bridge Partners
Igor Milman, George Krizel
Member of Bridge Club(s)
BBO, Gambler, UN bridge club
Favorite Conventions
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
Igor Milman - Oleg Rubinchik
Short club
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Oleg Rubinchik - Dmitry Abramson
SA + weak 1NT
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Oleg Rubinchik - George Krizel
Polish club
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Master Points for Foreign Players
20 years ago I moved to USA as a proud owner of 5 Russian masterpoints. :) I was assigned 1400 masterpoints. My partner (a bit more experienced than me at the time) was assigned 800 masterpoints. I guess difference was caused by the fact that I am wearing glasses that cost ...
If not discussed no alert or explanation is required (BBO ruling question).
There are three different situation. 1. You play with your regular or semi regular partner. Even if you did not discuss particular situation you probably have some meta agreements or some understanding how partner will understand your bid. In that case you should alert and provide opponents information you have ...
A question on the laws
Additional question: what about dummy? Does he/she has a right to see the defenders' hands?
Directing on BBO
If I found a correct board bidding there was: Pass - pass - pass - 2 - 3 - pass - pass - Dbl 3 - dbl - pass - pass Pass Result down 6 and 100% for topic starter. Based on bidding (and also on declarer play), I would assume there were no agreements about meaning ...
Opinion on a director's ruling.
Well, Silodor Pairs is the part of NABC, so ACBL alert chart applied. Lets read it: "If played as natural, a direct cue-bid of a natural opening bid" is alertable" So, if 1 was a natural bid, missing alert on the ...
Excerpts from ACBL/BBO Individual
Another ruling case
Funny. As far as I understand situation is: 1. NS pair has different agreements about they 2 bid over 2 opponents intervention after their 1NT opening: It is for takeout if 2 promises or to play if 2 promises unspecified major. 2. EW pair has ...
Q and A about Orlando World Bridge Series CoC
Absence of interesting team event is just one side of the coin. Entry fee is another one. Seems like about 75% of the open teams field have to pay 1600$ for just 2 days event,; as of now there is no free entree to any games for people knocked out ...
Q and A about Orlando World Bridge Series CoC
Sorry, could you help me to understand about entry fees. I see that player entered in Rosenblum and eliminated in early stages could drop in in pairs; but I can not find if he needs to pay fee to play in pairs or entry fee paid to entry in Rosenblum ...
The never never land
7 card suit, less then 12 points. Is not it clear 3 preemptive. :)

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