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Andrew Gumperz
Andrew Gumperz
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Member Since
Sept. 18, 2010
Last Seen
July 25
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Andrew Gumperz is a part-time bridge professional based in the SF bay area. He has numerous regional victories, but his proudest bridge accomplishment was upsetting the CAYNE team at the 2009 Spingold in Washington DC. In his spare time, Andrew enjoys musical theater, especially when his daughter is performing.

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ACBL Ranking
Gumperz and Brenner
2 over 1
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Gumperz CC
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Gumperz and Wagner
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Agreed. If seeding could ever accurately represent ability, this is a team that would have been seeded far higher.
Joshua Donn's bidding problem: --- QT642 --- JT987632
I am willing to open 4C. Pass and preempt later loses so much equity.
Congratulations Fleisher team!
The books have got to go.... Part II
Multi Defense 2 is not difficult to understand when presented in an accessible format.
The books have got to go.... Part II
Re: Leaping Michaels It could be removed from either treatment. At their simplest, the multi defenses are: Option 1 -- double is takeout of spades, 2 is takeout of hearts, everything else natural. Option 2 -- double is 13-15 balanced, everything else is natural Re: Notational Jargon I have edited my ...
The books have got to go.... Part II
I agree that bridge notation can be difficult to follow--that problem can be resolved by adding a key. The bigger issue is the level of detail required in a defense. The more detail, the more difficult to understand.
The books have got to go.... Part II
The suggestion of using double only in its penalty sense is nonsense. Double for takeout was introduced in the literature no later than 1913, and must have existed in practice before then. It is older than contract bridge itself.
The books have got to go.... Part II
I created a Google document to present the ACBL multi-defenses in an easier-to-understand form. Anyone struggling to follow those defenses may want to take a look.
Floyd McWilliams's lead problem: 876 942 KJ765 J3
At Imps, club jack. At matchpoints, high spade.

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