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Adam Meyerson
Adam Meyerson
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Member Since
March 14, 2011
Last Seen
3 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Switzerland

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Elianna Meyerson, Samuel Ieong, Howard Liu, Josh Sher, Li-Chung Chen
Favorite Conventions
Meyerson, Zirconia, Gazzilli
BBO Username
awm
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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Convention Chart Revisions
It still allows 2 = 10-13 with one 6-card major. Could combine this with 2M weak to get something reasonable.
Bidding after an artificial raise (Bergen)
Normally I play takeout over the weak Bergen (as here) and lead direction over the limit raise Bergen.
ACBL Scheduling: Adjusting Spring NABC Schedule to avoid excluding certain genders/ages
Another side of this: my wife and I would be happy to arrive early and play the IMP pairs (she is not eligible for plats) but this leaves us two days with nothing to do before the mixed pairs. So instead we will save some money, skip the imp pairs ...
ACBL Scheduling: Adjusting Spring NABC Schedule to avoid excluding certain genders/ages
Or maybe we could put the LM pairs on Sunday and move the Mitchell to spring and help close the apparent "hole in the schedule."
ACBL Scheduling: Adjusting Spring NABC Schedule to avoid excluding certain genders/ages
A lot of the opposition to the Soloway event was due to its effects on the Reisinger. There are many international events with format similar to the one proposed, but the Reisinger is unique (only elite BAM event in the world). If the schedule were modified to retain the Reisinger ...
Bidding slam at the club
Assuming the other tables are choosing between game and slam, it doesn't really matter how many bid the slam. To give the calculation, suppose S is the fraction of tables that bid slam and it makes with probability p. My scores look like: I bid slam: S/2 + p ...
Default/catch-all bids in constructive sequences
Any time the fourth suit is bid at the two-level (and so can be raised to the three-level). If you think about the auction you gave (1-1-2-2-3), it's actually quite bad. You have several possibilities for why responder bid the fourth suit: 1. He ...
Default/catch-all bids in constructive sequences
My agreement in these situations is that raise of the fourth suit is a punt. The rare true three suiter normally bids notrump.
Bidding slam at the club
This is actually a complicated question. Let's assume that: 1. I'm trying to win the club game (not necessarily put up a big simultaneous play score, not trying to practice for a bigger event) 2. This is board one, so no state of game so far considerations 3 ...
6!S-2
You went to a lot of trouble to establish the heart nine. It seems like you should cash it! This creates pressure on east, who will be squeezed in the minors.
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