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Steve Moese
Steve Moese
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Member Since
Aug. 3, 2010
Last Seen
32 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Love to play, talk and write about Bridge. Editor, The Alert, Unit 124's quarterly newsletter. Co-webmaster Unit 124 cincybridge.com and D11 district11bridge.com.  Unit 124 Board of Directors. D11 Board President - Elect. D11 BoG Representative - 2nd Alternate to ACBL BoD.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Watching Ishaq dance when we brought him over his LM Gold Points at the Columbus Regional
Bridge Accomplishments
3/4 tie GNT B Flight 2008 Las Vegas, 2nd OA NAP 2016 Reno.
Regular Bridge Partners
John Meinking, Mike Ma, Mike Purcell, Ron Babcock, Pat Dutson, Romeo Bodrogi-Podoaba, Anton Habash, Adam Parrish, Bruce Parent, Darin Campo
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Cincinnati Bridge Association
Favorite Tournaments
GNT, NAP, Regionals: Cincinnati, Independence, Dayton-Columbus, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Gatlinburg, NABC's
Favorite Conventions
Precision. Counting, Analysis, planning , and good defense matter more.
BBO Username
SteveMoe
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
10-12 NT AJ & Steve
2 over 1
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Steve Moese and Mike Ma
Meckwell Lite PRECISION
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Steve Moese & Mike Purcell
Precision
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Steve Moese and Pat Dutson
2 over 1
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Steve Moese and Bruce Parent
2 over 1 GF
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Norm Coombs & Steve Moese
2 over 1 GF
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Leonard Helfgott & Steve Moese
2 over 1
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Dave Britt and Steve Moese
2 over 1 GF
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Steve Moese & Cliff Pleatman
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Jim Bangel and Steve Moese
2/1 GF
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Steve Moese and Romeo Podrogi-Bodoaba
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Tony Habash & Steve Moese
[b]2/1 Game Force[/b]
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I'm baffled
See the second link. The method requires a pre-alert. You can play the defense you want.
I'm baffled
FWIW, ACBL lists this convention as requiring a written defense at the table. http://web2.acbl.org/defensedatabase/mc10.pdf https://www.acbl.org/tournaments_page/charts-rules-and-regulations/defense-database/
Big congrats to Erik Sælensminde and his partner Morten Olsen
David, were the first offense the first instance I completely agree with you. However what if the first offense is the first fully documented provable offense? Then there is an issue with past behavior, and doubt begins to destroy trust. Perpetrators will only speak to the instance charged. Anything prior ...
Leo Lasota's bidding problem: JT98 AJ42 KQ A73
So does 3 invite on the 11-15 or the 15-17 range?
What is 1!C - (1!S) - 2!S?
Let’s see: Inv+ values, no 4+ card major, no 5+ card suit, no desire to pass for penalties, yes, the full Venn diagram would show a club raise, a club raise with NT interest, and NT interest with 33=4=3 shape. (4 cards are enough to consider ...
A Cheater's Best Friend? Secrecy, Or?
Have you missed my point purposely, Gary? Fear of liability judgments drives zero legal risk governance. Eliminate the source of fear and transparency might appear. The government doesn’t care about liability risks. Must be nice.
A Cheater's Best Friend? Secrecy, Or?
So have the people who have brought civil actions against their governing bodies for monetary awards.
A Cheater's Best Friend? Secrecy, Or?
As long as counsel sees the risk of costly civil liability actions, secrecy will be used to contain the scope of the complaint. Indemnify the organization. Have members surrender any expectation of, or right to, monetary compensation in civil actions based on collusive cheating decisions and actions of the governing ...
The Three and a Half Cs
Avon, I might be guilty of parsing meanings, but we need a solution that limits the organization liability to the smaller of membership dues or entry fees. Indemnification is needed in addition to rigorous bylaws and demonstrated due process. Both are necessary.
Problems with a strong 2!c Opening Bid
Try: http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/fred-gitelman-advice-9-strong-2c/ https://sites.google.com/site/eyhungbridge/conventions-and-treatments/strong-artificial-2c/gitelman-2c http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/lc-standard-strong-2c-opening/ http://bridgewinners.com/forums/read/intermediate-forum/strong-2c-openings-problems-and-solutions/ http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/what-constitutes-a-strong-2c-opener-for-you/ http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/responder-shows-responses-to-strong-2c-symmetric-style/ http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/response-to-strong-2c-openers/ http://bridgewinners.com ...
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