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Adam Meyerson
Adam Meyerson
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Member Since
March 14, 2011
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4 hours ago
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Bridge Player

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Regular Bridge Partners
Elianna Meyerson, Samuel Ieong, Howard Liu, Josh Sher, Li-Chung Chen
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Meyerson, Zirconia, Gazzilli
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Sapphire Life Master
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Adam Meyerson's bidding problem: K4 Q6 AKJ7 J7652
Partner’s hand was: x AKxx Qxx AKTxx Clubs were not 3-0 offside and there were no red suit voids so 6 makes (6NT makes also). On the layout 4 would go for 800 (better than five clubs but still losing a lot to six).
Adam Meyerson's bidding problem: K4 Q6 AKJ7 J7652
For those bidding 4NT, yet another follow-up here:
Adam Meyerson's bidding problem: K4 Q6 AKJ7 J7652
Hmm -almost- unanimous. I posted a follow-up here:
Responsive, penalty, or something else?
As one of the few votes for penalty I’ll throw in a comment. Many times I have seen opponents bid like this with only eight (and sometimes even seven) trumps. In these cases penalty double can definitely gain! Further it is dangerous for doubler to make a second double ...
weak 2 bid respones
If you go looking for game needing a max AND the right shortness you will get too high pretty often! Supposing you need a max OR the right shortness, there’s a good amount of space. Something like (for spades): 3 = min short in a minor (then 3 ...
4th seat: 2M vs. 1M-1NT-2M
For me the range of 4th seat 2M is from: “The worst hand where I wouldn’t pass it out” To: “The best hand that won’t make game opposite a passed hand without a fit” Typically this comes to about 8-12 (although it might depend on 2nd seat style ...
Is this a psychic bid?
In general when someone answers a question, you will have to decide what their answer means. Of course a vague or incomplete answer may not have a 100% clear meaning. In such a case, isn’t it usual to rule based on the commonly held meaning, or what a normal ...
Is this a psychic bid?
Suppose partner opens 1NT (10-12) and I have xxxxx xx xxxx xx. I bid 2 TO PLAY. Is it a psych? Obviously you could argue, I am bidding 2 because I want to play there. Our agreement was "to play" -- so it's not a psych. But I ...
Tell me why I'm wrong
The logic here is that this is probably a partscore deal. Obviously anything's possible, but with a soft heart stopper and no big fit or source of tricks, it's possible that we have no game even with 25-26 hcp... and our total can easily be much less than ...
Defense is hard
What's your bidding style over opponents' 1NT opening? My thought is that if partner has 4+5 (and it seems like about a ten-count) then he might have had another call available. If partner has 4+4 he probably would lead a spade. So the ...

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