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Steve Moese
Steve Moese
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Member Since
Aug. 3, 2010
Last Seen
17 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 Vice President. D11 Board Member. 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
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Four spades
Precisely, Rosalind.
4 Convention Cards on the table possible motion
Doesn’t the WBF require an electronic copy of the system card filed and available online prior to the event? Wouldn’t it be great if ...
Steve Moese's bidding problem: KQT2 --- J875 T8543
Not discussed. Assume yes.
Transfers responses to 1N overcall
Another idea is to play fast denies. So their X or 2 must show explicitly. Simply, use it as staymanesque where opener can accept the transfer with no stop and no major, bid NT with stop and no major, or bid major ambiguous as to stop. If the ...
The History of History (Part 1)
Bob FWIW, “Comfortable Satisfaction” came from European jurisprudence and was adopted within the past 2 - 3 years by he ACBL to unify criteria under the WBF approach with CAS as the ultimate arbiter. ACBL went along with the change. Preponderance of the evidence was deemed not stringent enough of a ...
Redoubling Isn't Rude
Craig that’s called punishing only the foul you see. I’d hope you’d investigate all the facts first.
Four spades
Splintering sets . Since redouble shows a control, 4 continues showing controls according to partnership agreement (here it is reasonable to play first or second round). However to bid this way must imply a control in , the now unbiddable/unreachable strain. Note 4 could be last ...
Redoubling Isn't Rude
I’d simply ask your opponents to refrain from gratuitous comments publicly criticizing their opponents bidding choices. Such comments are never welcomed and are highly inappropriate. As long as a call is legal, it is ethical and appropriate. If that fails, time to call the director.
A difficult "eight ever, nine never" question
With no information isn't this a simple case of 11 open spaces to the left and 12 to the right? That's 52.2% for the drop. With 6/7 of the outstanding HCP to the LEFT, finesse seems obvious. More so if there is more than one Q ...
mice against cheaters
Gordon, if you "saw" that the code cannot be detected by the human eye (it can't) you'd be satisfied.
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