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David Moss
David Moss
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May 19, 2013
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Bridge Player
about me

I began playing bridge when I was 7.   My father was impatient becasue he neeed a 4th to join my two older brothers and spare my mother the pain of playing with us.  I have been playing in NYC since 1995.  I am currently honored to be  president of the Greater New York Bridge Association

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David Moss's bidding problem: AJ43 9632 5 8643
The 1H bid is unanimous and it is of course what I bid, but I wanted to bid 1S as the best chance for a decent result. Most often than not Partner supports the major, bids a number of NT or bids a minor on over 1H or 1S. Bidding ...
IMP Pairs
IMP pairs are popular with many players who who tend to be relatively younger and more advanced. But it can be a negative for the rank and file. At our regionals , we often run evening horizontal imp pairs which worked well for the working crowd. We tried a day time ...
GNT Format: Going Forward
D24 must be very good at technology. We train at Hogwarts
GNT Format: Going Forward
Have any of the districts given thought to how to best determine the second Flight B and C teams? The ACBL conditions were modified in February: " In districts in which there were at least eight teams competing in a B or C flight in the district final, a second team ...
USBC Fantasy Bracket Tiebreaker
Typical bridge players! What is wrong with a 5-way tie? The total prize pool is $95 in BW book bucks. Give them each $20. One of the people in last place (like me) can contribute the extra $5.
Grassroots Participation in ACBL Elections
Grassroots Participation in ACBL Elections
It is very rare that I feel the need to defend Jeff. Richard is reasonably reacting to a lot of repetitive comments with more than a little hyperbole. Better to look at actions. The NYC clubs actively encourage players to participate in the regionals. The clubs' walls are currently lined ...
Youth Robot Bridge Tournament
The ACBL does not consider "Just Declare" eligible for master points, presumably because it is too far away from "real" bridge. Its something we talked about bringing up with the board as an experiment. Maybe next time. Special thanks to Uday and the BBO team who made this happen and ...
My Midnight Thoughts
See this link for the raw results: We will send out a listing with names later today or tomorrow.
My Midnight Thoughts
Michael, congratulations on winning the "Just Declare" event of the Youth Robot Tournament with a 91.15% game. Alex Perlin is looking over his shoulder.

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