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Steve Weinstein
Steve Weinstein
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 25, 2010
Last Seen
5 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.

Country
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
Flannery
BBO Username
stevo
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
Levin-Weinstein
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Greg Humphreys's bidding problem: AQ KQJxx xxx xxx
Shiang- If partner has 6 spades and 2 hearts he has a huge hand for you(from his perspective) If he had a bad 64 he would have bid 2 over 2 so that would mean he is 6241 or 6250 and would qbid 4.
San Diego NABC Appeals Casebook with commentary available online
Roger asked because he was always doubling till he was told it showed 5. There is no way he would ask and not double, barring me from a Heart lead, if he wasn’t planning on doubling. Notice it’s BAM. I am saddened by most of the panel. We ...
European Championships current standings
Julian- I heard that rumor the same day I heard about this: https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/true-north-american-championships-coming-2-i6zqwq7a5z/
European Championships current standings
Really?
Why You Should Learn Bridge Article
Nice read Michael. Keep up the great work, I look forward to following your continued progression.
Who made the worst bid (if any)
i wish any of the bids made were in my top 50 worst bids. I think i would lean towards 2NT by South but that is pretty ugly also. If South did bid 2NT, North has pretty auto raise to 3NT. Mucho sympathy all around. Edit: idk maybe it's ...
Anant Rathi's bidding problem: AQ9 AKJ843 AK6 7
Right, when you open in 2nd seat and partner has a bad hand they will often assume you have a 2NT rebid hand(both opponents passed) Therefore, they will reasonably judge whether they would rather play 1H or 2NT(or higher) so they are less inclined to keep the bidding ...
A Rarity
It’s ok Bobby, ask Jill and she will give you the definition.
Anant Rathi's bidding problem: AQ9 AKJ843 AK6 7
1st seat white I would change my vote.
NICKELL Wins USBC
Jlall you and Kevin are great. We played a bunch of sets against you, your play, ethics and comportment are virtually unparalleled. It was a great match and your team was just as deserving of winning as ours was. Sometimes the ball takes a funny bounce. Thank you to you ...
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