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Oleg Rubinchik
Oleg Rubinchik
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Basic Information

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

I am 45 year old. Moved to NY USA from Moscow, Russia about 15 years ago.

Playing bridge for 25 years, chess for 40 years.

Play, direct and write newletters for UN bridge club. I try my best to play regionals on East Coast and at least 2 NABC per year.

Country
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
Raptor
BBO Username
olegru
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
Igor Milman - Oleg Rubinchik
Short club
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Oleg Rubinchik - Dmitry Abramson
SA + weak 1NT
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Should a Committee, Overturn or Uphold This Ruling? (And how would you, as a director, have ruled?)
Hi Dan, I believe you are mistaken. Alerting and providing information in that case not only proper, but it is duty of the player according the law. All information from the correct explanation is UI to partner, it would not benefit him, because if that UI used, directors are in ...
Reducing the Manipulation Factor in Robot Individuals
And why do we need to "increase the number of similar contracts and similar opening leads on boards"? This supposed to be a bridge game tournament, not quiz solving competition. As for robot caused luck ... this particular luck you are trying to eliminate very strongly connected with skills. There is ...
Should a Committee, Overturn or Uphold This Ruling? (And how would you, as a director, have ruled?)
Sorry, side question. What about 1 bid by West. Was it alerted by East? If yes, what explanation was provided? My thoughts are: 1. EW using Mathe, so 1 bid that does not promise more than 3 cards in hearts is alertable. 2. East has duty to alert ...
Reducing the Manipulation Factor in Robot Individuals
Well, it could be good idea or bad idea, but why should anyone to try to prohibit it?
Reducing the Manipulation Factor in Robot Individuals
Hi Doug. Could you quote the law to confirm the following "The GiB opponents are being misinformed about what system the human is playing, which is a violation of the laws." I was under impression that opponents are entitled to know all _agreements_ only.
We Hope You Stay Home
Hi Jonathan, I have no doubts that if people like Peg and you saying there is a problem, the problem is real. But I cannot see that problem out of results from the latest Philadelphia regional. So, my post was to understand if I am misinterpreting the data or there ...
We Hope You Stay Home
Hi Peg, I just look at results the latest regional I played and do not really see _that_ kind of problem. Not sure if we were lucky here or I just missing something: I copied data with masterpoints given for first 4 places below: Sunday AX Swiss - 28 Tables: 1st ...
Win an Entry to the BBO Robot Individual
But don't we already have it? Everyone can play ACBL robot games that cheap, stratified, have much less boards and give away huge amount of masterpoints?
The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
I would like to refer to Edgar Kaplan "ETHICS HUDDLES AND PROTESTS" article, which I personally regard as the most important article about bridge ethics. Idea of Kaplan is the following: player should be able to “say “I have been damaged” without implying “I have been cheated”” All kinds of ...
The problem is bigger than the Stop Card
“Medical students' disease (also known as second year syndrome or intern's syndrome) is a condition frequently reported in medical students, who perceive themselves to be experiencing the symptoms of a disease that they are studying. “ I have a feeling that is a very similar case. Good students of complicated ...
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