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Adam Meyerson
Adam Meyerson
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Member Since
March 14, 2011
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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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(1m) - 1NT - ( 2m) - ?
I play these the same as if partner opened 1nt and RHO overcalled 2m (natural). This comes to the same as WJ Sund's post above.
Improving the Seeding Process
Yeah if we compare these teams as they are about to play their R16 match: Higher seed has probably played 150 boards. None of these were against top-16 seeds. 90 of them were not even against top-48 seeds. Underseeded lower seed has probably played 180 boards. 90 of them were ...
Improving the Seeding Process
Consider the system from the view of a good but underseeded team. We typically play a four-way on the first day, where our first match is a top seed; if we don't get the upset we play medium seed who we rate to beat (but might not). Okay, day ...
Feedback for Convention Chart, Part 2
The statement "any bid is natural if it suggests the contract bid as the final contract" seems very dangerous! It could be interpreted as allowing any non-forcing opening. For example I open 2H showing a weak hand with one major. It suggests playing in 2H; in fact I expect partner ...
If one of my minor suits is so weak that I want to bypass 3NT without a major suit fit, I am just signing off in 4M I don't want to encourage partner, and I don't really want to offer 4NT if partner can produce a stopper in ...
Why are men more successful at bridge than women?
Is it even true that men are more successful at bridge than women? Suppose we restrict ourselves to the set of people who started playing bridge in their teens or earlier, and decided to make a career out of it. This group contains a LOT more men than women already ...
Understanding the Logic and Merit of Strong Pass!
The weakness of the argument here is the very tenuous connection between the 8-12 openings and the forcing pass. The hands with 13+ points are roughly equal frequency to the 0-7. The one-step difference between pass and 1C on 13+ will surely help on these hands, but only if opponents ...
2025 and beyond...
Making bridge more friendly for working people is a big one. We have had some recent success with the youth NABC and programs like SiVY (and obviously we should support these and try to expand them nationwide). The question though, is what happens to these kids when they go to ...
Why play a Big !C or Precision?
It's very important for both partners to feel comfortable with the methods being played. If you've never played a strong club before, it takes a fairly large number of hands to get enough experience to get good results (especially in competitive auctions). There are also a lot more ...
Why play a Big !C or Precision?
I've played a lot of strong club, and I don't really think it's true that the strong club is a liability of the system. If we have an unobstructed auction after strong club, a relay-style system is incredibly accurate and effective; we're pretty close to 100 ...

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