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

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Elianna Meyerson, Samuel Ieong, Howard Liu, Josh Sher, Li-Chung Chen
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Bridge Corner (Zurich)
Favorite Conventions
Meyerson, Zirconia, Gazzilli
BBO Username
awm
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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Inviting to 3NT w/o a Four-Card Major by Using Stayman: A Current Problem and a Proposed Solution
The currently popular method seems to be using 2 as a strength ask or transfer to clubs. Opener bids 2nt if minimum and 3 if maximum. This does mean responder plays some 3 contracts but this will always happen if you use the “in-between step” in minor ...
Plan the play in 6!h
It's hard to be objective here since I know the actual hand, but I might read more into the choice of opening lead. The auction reveals nothing about dummy, and a running minor suit which can be used for discards seems like a strong possibility, especially if dummy is ...
Best bidding after 1!C strong opening
I guess we are the exception to this! Our immediate responses are mostly “semi positive or min positive” with 1 handling double negatives, more than min positives, and balanced positives. The logic here is that we are often in a competitive auction and it pays to show shape ASAP ...
Best bidding after 1!C strong opening
In terms of getting the right information when opponents pass throughout this doesn’t matter much. The important issues are: 1. Opponents bid after the 1 response. 2. Playing contracts from the right side where possible. For both of these it helps to start by showing suits (controls leave ...
Better response structure to 1M openings allowing responded to make short suit game tries without losing Jacoby + bergen/mixed raise.
For a long time I played a compressed structure where: 1-2=either inv with shortage or gf raise ... 2nt=not sure about game ...... 3,3,3 show shortage (3 nf); 3+ various slam tries, 4 to play on min GF ... 3 ...
Re: Nic Hammond's "Detecting Cheating at Bridge"
There are many cases in bridge where a player can read partner’s tempo or expression and use this to make better decisions. While not “collaborative cheating” (since there is no agreement to do this and perhaps no intent by partner to transmit information) this is still against the rules ...
"Director, declarer had no problem but did not give away his holding!"
The interesting thing is, if LHO chose not to return a diamond, you could make a case that the non-diamond return was made more appealing by RHO’s break in tempo. After all, playing the DQ from DQJx probably would not have taken 3 minutes! Seems to me that LHO ...
“Detecting Cheating in Bridge” by Nic Hammond. Preliminary thoughts
It does seem like many of the potentially interesting things in such a book are missing here including: 1. Details of the cheating detection algorithm. 2. Names of suspected cheaters. 3. Analyzed strengths and weaknesses of top players. I can understand concerns about sharing some of that information, but at ...
98!!
My initial reading of your post was that you were asked to be the fourth on a team for the senior swiss, on which you would be older than the other three combined. Since this would make you the record holder (by far) in human lifespan I was somewhat surprised ...
How do you play Picture Bid when the choice is 3M or 4M?
If you require 4-card support you restrict yourself to 4225 shape precisely. Combined with the point range and honor location requirements this will basically never come up. Seems better to me to play it as 3-card support, since this opens up a lot more shapes. I also think a side ...
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