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Adam Grossack
Adam Grossack
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 12, 2012
Last Seen
Feb. 15
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Gold Medalist World Youth Bridge Congress – Teams – Under 26 Atlanta, GA, Aug 2013

Gold Medalist World Youth Individual Championships - Under 21 Philadelphia, PA, July 2010

Teen King of Bridge - 2010


United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
6h p 7h p p x p p xx playing with mom to pick up 19 imps and win midnight KO by 1 imp.
Bridge Accomplishments
Weathering the Zach Grossack storm
Regular Bridge Partners
Alan Applebaum, Anton Tsypkin, Lew Gamerman, Zach Grossack
Favorite Tournaments
World Junior Championships
Favorite Conventions
Non-serious 3nt, redwood
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
Adam & Zach Grossack
2/1 unconditional force, naturalish style
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Sophomore Blues
Max, I would say it is a good practice for defenders to default to suit preference signals when following suit. Most people give count when following but I prefer the style where we default to SP unless there is a long suit in dummy that we need to duck out ...
Sophomore Blues
Max, top defenders would get the first defense to 6C correct. East's Heart play at trick 2 should be suit preference and the jack should help west play a spade.
Adam Grossack's bidding problem: --- Q92 AJT8743 742
I guess it was a closer decision than my partner thought :)
Gabay Wins Mixed BAM
Sheila doesn't usually like to be captain, but when she does, she prefers to win national championships
Gabay Wins Mixed BAM
Zachary Grossack in action
Thanks you too!
Denver Online Entries Raffle
It would be so simple to accommodate juniors and would probably help acbl financial reporting. Have us write our names and provide proof of age etc and then we'd only have to do it once. Sounds like someone needs to just put a little work into developing an online ...
Tim Hill's bidding problem: 5 KQJ942 94 KJT9
ok here is the follow-up question: If north hesitated beyond 10 seconds after 3S (let's say 15-20 additional seconds), should south be barred from bidding 4H?
Adam Grossack's lead problem: 873 K75 2 AT9876
It turns out low club is the winning lead. Dummy has Kx and declarer Jx and need to take club tricks immediately. Considering the auction, the weak spade holding suggests an aggressive lead. Why not play for this? Unlikely partner had a stiff club. Is this lead too extreme?
Can BW Enable Readers to See Top Comments Quicker?
This is one of the hidden benefits and users would be forced to reply to the area where they are responding in order for it to be read and move to the top.

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