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Adam Meyerson
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Member Since
March 14, 2011
Last Seen
15 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Switzerland

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
awm
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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How do you play Picture Bid when the choice is 3M or 4M?
If you require 4-card support you restrict yourself to 4225 shape precisely. Combined with the point range and honor location requirements this will basically never come up. Seems better to me to play it as 3-card support, since this opens up a lot more shapes. I also think a side ...
Is this hand an acceptable one-level opening bid in modern bridge?
Surely whether opening is a long term winner will depend on the rest of your methods. If partner is apt to game force on most non-fitting 13s (or even 12s, or a nice 10-11 with a long minor) I suspect that opening this hand is a net loser. If partner ...
Is this hand an acceptable one-level opening bid in modern bridge?
Obviously a matter of agreement! But if I sat down against/with an expert with no special agreements about openings I wouldn’t expect this as a 1S in 1st seat.
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I’ve been involved in several cases where people were threatened with sanctions by the league when trying to withdraw from events in this way. In one case this includes a four person team where one team member fell ill and was literally throwing up between sets. And this was ...
Is 1M(in first/second seat)-2m;3m passable, in Standard bidding? (Opps are silent)
The document is quite clear that openers rebids are forcing but not so clear about how to bid various hand types. What we do (and what seems to be common among serious pairs playing something SAYC-like) is to use openers rebid of his major as a catch all. In this ...
Is 1M(in first/second seat)-2m;3m passable, in Standard bidding? (Opps are silent)
http://web2.acbl.org/documentlibrary/play/SP3%20(bk)%20single%20pages.pdf
Is 1M(in first/second seat)-2m;3m passable, in Standard bidding? (Opps are silent)
In SAYC (Standard American Yellow Card) it is forcing, because the 2/1 bidder promises a rebid unless opener's second call is at the game level. However, the vast majority of "Standard American" players do not know (or care) what's in SAYC. For them, this sequence is commonly ...
2H and 2S in fourth seatrd s
For me it shows a hand that will not make game opposite a passed hand unless there’s a fit for my long suit. This prevents partner from inviting on 10-11 with no fit (and encourages partner to invite with such hands if I open one and rebid two). Point ...
Showing spades after 1m (1!H)
For me this depends on how natural the minor suit opening is. If it’s 3+ I like double showing four spades and 1 showing five. Most hands without spades can raise openers minor. If the minor opening is 2+ (including all balanced hands in some range) then I ...
Am I overthinking ? Opening lead choice.
It's not at all clear what the right thing to measure might be at MP -- comparing just these two leads on double-dummy play isn't really the accurate thing to do. There could be pairs playing 3NT from the other side, or pairs playing a doubled partial our way ...
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