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Adam Meyerson
Adam Meyerson
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Member Since
March 14, 2011
Last Seen
8 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

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
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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What is 1!C - (1!S) - 2!S?
I think it makes sense to play transfers here. For me this would be: 2 = diamonds 2 = hearts 2 = inv+ with clubs 2 = stopper ask 2NT = natural 3 = less than invite with clubs Of course different schemes are possible, but assuming "short club" means all ...
Value of Support Doubles?
I’ve had success playing double as takeout — it shows 0-2 in the opponents suit with usually three card support (occasionally honor doubleton) and 3-4 in the fourth suit. This helps a lot to find 4-4 fits in the fourth suit and also clarifies a lot of follow up auctions ...
Dutch Spiral
Not sure I can claim credit for inventing natural bidding, but it's not something I learned from anywhere else. Compared to the original post, my method certainly wins for simplicity. There are some tradeoffs about siding 3NT and about revealing responder's second suit versus making artificial calls that ...
Multi 2!D Defence Revisited
The comparison to weak 1NT is not really valid. The weak 1NT is harder to double and defend because partner hasn't opened a weak two. Your chances of scrambling to a playable partial at the two-level may be better than a three-level partial after 2-2. And many ...
Adam Meyerson's lead problem: 95432 Q42 QJ2 76
This was a hand I kibitzed in the Polish league. At one table the Q was lead, the other chose the 6. This time, a club was the only setting lead (partner had AQTxx and A; Jxx was in dummy). Double dummy sims say that a high diamond is the ...
Rebidding with a fit after partner's 3 level invitational jump shift
I think the trick is to make 3NT artificial also. Something like: 4, 4 = to play, not slam interested 4m = cue for hearts 3NT = 6, 0-1, choice of games 3 = either wants to play 3NT, or an extreme two-suiter, or mild slam try ... 3NT = usual ...
Need help defending against Precision 1!D
I’ve never encountered anyone who has an opening that shows 5-5 in the majors. Somehow it seems like this is not worth devoting a bid to. Yet so many people think it’s so critical to have an overcall showing this hand type that they’re willing to sacrifice ...
MULTI 2D Responses
With a non-GF minor suit hand, we pass 2 or bid 2M in the major we can tolerate followed by 3m. We don't really have a way to force game in a minor, but this is rarely a big problem (we will usually end in 3NT anyway). It ...
MULTI 2D Responses
Here's what we've been using: Pass = long diamonds or can be any very weak at NV 2M = "pass if this is your major"; does not necessarily imply a fit for the other major 3M, 4M = pass/correct 4 = transfer to your suit, 4 = bid your suit ...
Best defense against Big Club?
The problem is not “what do responders bids mean” — any half decent partnership will know this, and using double as takeout of the one suited option is quite normal. The problem is the meaning of bids later in the auction. If responder bid a natural suit, or responder doubled and ...

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