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Adam Meyerson
Adam Meyerson
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Member Since
March 14, 2011
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42 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Elianna Meyerson, Samuel Ieong, Howard Liu, Josh Sher, Li-Chung Chen
Favorite Conventions
Meyerson, Zirconia, Gazzilli
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Sapphire Life Master
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ACBL convention chart - Psyches
I suspect all of these are okay as psyches (but don’t make a habit of them lest it become an implicit agreement). What they’re trying to avoid is the one-point deviation, where your stated range is 10-12 but you upgrade lots of 9s so it’s really the ...
Meaning of pass after (1M)-dbl-(redbl)
I like pass wanting to defend. While these hands are rare, having the call available is often a massive swing (i.e. opponents going for 600 instead of my side going for 500). The penalty pass has been a huge winner for me when their opening is 1m. Over a ...
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Partners hand was something like: xxxxxx xxx AQxx - Maybe he should have bid, but his primary suit is awful, he is unfavorable, and he’s kind of light on values. It’s at least understandable why he has a problem.
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I’d take my normal action. If opponents neglect to call the director (and I got a good result) I’ll call the director and explain the situation, and even encourage him to poll. But I’m not going to play guessing games about what other players consider LA. A ...
Unifying 2/1 -- Conclusions
This is not about “better” though — it’s about “simpler.” Seems easier to have a rule without a bunch of exceptions?
Unifying 2/1 -- Conclusions
I don’t understand. Why is forcing notrump (where opener sometimes bids three or even TWO card suits and responder must be careful about raising with “only” four card support) simpler than non-forcing, where opener only rebids “real” suits? Why is it simpler to have a special exception for 1C-1D-1H-1S ...
Weak two openers rebids
Rebid of openers suit is the weakest. New suit shows a high honor there and a good hand, doesn’t guarantee or deny fit for responder. Raise is natural, normally denies a side control. 3NT shows scattered help on both unbids, often short in responders suit.
Overcalling a strong NT
I don't really understand this "disturb the notrump" idea. Why would I want to play in a bad contract? Obviously a sacrifice could be a good contract in some situations, but I'd expect to do better defending than to play in some silly place, possibly doubled. If what ...
What does partner have?
If we "don't try to improve the partial" then we should never bid 4. I don't think partner is looking for game in diamonds on this sequence. Seems clear that partner has a good 6+ suit and is asking you to choose between 3 and ...
BW 2/1: Opener's Raise to 3m
All these polls, but it seems to me there are really just two styles: 1. 2M rebid shows six, 2NT does not guarantee stoppers, 3m raise can be a strong three, high reverse can be min if 5/5 shape (can rebid 2nt or raise to 3m on 5-4 but ...

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