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Paul Weinstock
Paul Weinstock
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Aug. 29, 2015
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about me

MScME Mechanical Engineer, Power Plant Maintenance, Risk Management, Knowledge Management experience.

Real expert, under World Class player, 7 World Championships, nothing to really brag about.

Happily married, two kids, both Software Engineers, my pride and joy.

Love wife,  bridge, sports, a great food and a good wine, not specifically in that order.

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Israel

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Decision
...Or has a doubleton club and sees the (bleach) future ... Anyway, this is the best defense East can put forward. Declarer needs to decide what to do, and right now is the time.
Something unusual ...
OK David, if this makes you feel better... There were a lot of faulty actions from both sides: - The 1 opening was made with (bad) 11 HCP and 5-3-3-2 shape. A pass would have been much better. - The 2NT overcall was made with 7 HCP and 3-0-5-5 shape. So ...
Something unusual ...
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Something unusual ...
I can detail that both sides took (very) bad decisions, leading to an 8 imp loss. The good part of it, those decisions were in the same board... The bad part of it, they were costly.
Something unusual ...
Thanks all for the valuable input, hope next time when this will come up we'll know better what to do. For the sake of everyone's well being, I wont tell you what actually happened at the table.
Your call--ethical bidding problem
According to what everyone seems to understand from the OP, opps asked about the XX. Being at a level over 3NT, I understand that there were no alerts. Right ? Have the opps asked to receive full explanation since first bid or asked specifically now about this XX? This opens an ...
How do you bid this hand with no interference?
Yes, but on the other hand could have sometimes the A... North has 10 tricks in and , the 5-th is virtually a trick and the A is with South. Plenty of chances for 7 to make.
How do you bid this hand with no interference?
1 - 1 3 - 3 (4-th fg) 3 - 3 (cue) 5 (excl.RKCBW) - 5 (0-3 keys) 7 - pass. The only special partnership understanding needed here, beside usual tools, is that after the 4-th fg bid, if opener doesn't bid NT, his ...
Paul Weinstock's bidding problem: T65 JT543 K82 QT
Michal, in this particular tournament the bord has been played at 30 tables. Fact is that 2 making 3 was played at 2 tables and I remember seeing a result close to 95%. My comment was not meant to imply anything about you or your pd.
Paul Weinstock's bidding problem: T65 JT543 K82 QT
Henry, my bad. I should have given the 2, 3 and 4 bids of responder and the meaning of every bid. This treatment feels so standard in 2/1, or in the variant of 2/1 which is played around here (ISR) that I didn't even ...
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