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Adam Parrish
Adam Parrish
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Member Since
Jan. 27, 2011
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Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Bridge player/teacher/writer and Bridge Winners admin. When not playing bridge I'm writing plays. Or more accurately procrastinating, telling myself I should be working on a play. I live on Cape Cod and am on the boards of EMBA (Unit 108), District 25, and New England Youth Bridge (www.newenglandyouthbridge.org).

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Watching partner play 5C with an 8-4 trump split.
Bridge Accomplishments
A few top 10s, including 4th in Wernher Pairs with a frisky 14-year-old.
Regular Bridge Partners
No one who plays bridge can be considered "regular."
Favorite Tournaments
Bermuda
Favorite Conventions
Exclusion (see above)
BBO Username
aparrish
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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WOLFSON is Senior USA2
Congrats
Interview with Jan Martel
superwoman
FLEISHER is USA2
Congrats
Slow Tricks
Why should North double and then bid 3N rather than a Stayman-with-a-stopper sequence of 2N-then-3? Just in case partner is sitting the double?
NICKELL is USA1
Congrats!
2017 USBC Discussion Thread
It's a big problem for professional women players who have a paid gig for the women's event. They can't enter the open, knowing they can't continue if they qualify.
The Right Order
I thought opening 1 and rebidding 2 was pretty standard on this shape in a Precision context. Or Standard, for that matter.
2017 USBC Discussion Thread
I didn't realize the Women's USBC overlapped the Open USBC. I understand that using the same location cuts down on costs, but shouldn't we encourage women to enter the open?
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