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Adam Meyerson
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Member Since
March 14, 2011
Last Seen
28 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
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Sapphire Life Master
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Pretend it is 1993 and you’re at a bridge club.
There are lots of methods that are new or have gained popularity; it’s harder to think of ones that have lost. A few that come to mind: 1. Precision “Greek letter” asking bids. The system geeks are playing relays now and everyone else is playing natural methods after strong ...
when you, as opening bidder, have a 3-suited hand, you have shown two of them, and responder bids 4th suit forcing in your 3rd suit. What to do?
As I mentioned, I’d normally rebid 1nt on openers hand. The 2 rebid with 1444 would normally be too strong for 1nt rebid so I can bid 3 over 2nt invite. I think the auctions actually time out better my way on the 4-4 fits; the issue ...
when you, as opening bidder, have a 3-suited hand, you have shown two of them, and responder bids 4th suit forcing in your 3rd suit. What to do?
I’d have rebid 1nt, but ignoring that, I like 2nt with this shape and 3 as a punt. To locate a heart fit after 1-1-2-2-2nt, responder bids 3 with 4+ after which: 3 = 2254 3nt = 1354 4+ = cue with 1444 or ...
Ethical, questionable or cheating?
Perhaps, but the text never indicated who was on lead...
Tanking to get a read
If this action is really to try to get defenders to give something away, I don’t think that’s legal. Just because you can take advantage of opponents mannerisms doesn’t mean you can deliberately try to evoke such mannerisms by breaking tempo when you have nothing else to ...
Fit Showing Jumps or Weak Jump Shifts in Competition
I prefer to play 2 as a transfer to diamonds which can be weak. This frees 3 for use as a fit showing jump. In the similar auction (1)-1-(pass)-3, I prefer 3 as preemptive since transfer to clubs is not available ...
Ethical, questionable or cheating?
I think there’s a problem with asking a question that appears designed to clue partner in as to the inference you are drawing from the break in tempo. There are also issues with asking questions that might be designed to create doubt in opponents and/or cause them to ...
How should Multi be allowed (if at all) under the Open+ chart?
It may be worth mentioning that the Multi we usually see over here in Europe (always a six card major if weak, plus one or more strong options) is a somewhat different beast than the Multi we see in the US when regulations permit (frequently five card major, no strong ...
The notorious doctors
It doesn’t depend on what opponents play — it’s based on whether we are vulnerable. I tend to think this is not a system (in the same way variable notrump is not a system) but I’m really not sure where they draw the line.
Elianna Meyerson's bidding problem: 74 AJT3 Q874 A63
I think you are underestimating the number of ways this method can turn out badly. If responder has a weak hand with five hearts he can correct a natural 2nt to 3. But the g/b 2nt could be short in hearts so I guess he goes for a ...
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