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Drew Casen
Drew Casen
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Basic Information

Member Since
April 4, 2011
Last Seen
Dec. 9
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Bridge has been my life. I thank God that my craft can also be my profession.

 

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
5 National Championships (and 16 runner-ups), Cavendish Pairs, Cavendish Teams, Silver Medal in Rosenblum 1990.
Regular Bridge Partners
Jim Krekorian,John Onstott,Josh Donn,Jacob Karno,Paul Rosenblum,Nanette Noland
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Metarie Club (New Orleans), Baton Rouge Club
Favorite Tournaments
Rosenblum Cup, Cavendish Pairs
BBO Username
Drewsky
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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Massimo Lanzarotti readmitted to the ACBL?
What concerns me most is the message that we are sending. That getting caught cheating is NOT a life time sentence. Shouldn't our plan be to do everything necessary to deter future cheating.
Drew Casen's bidding problem: QJ9 Axx Txx Q9xx
Well Michael I do agree with you that 3 does say 'partner I dont want to play 3NT if you have heart shortness'
Drew Casen's bidding problem: QJ9 Axx Txx Q9xx
I am wondering if the 28 out of 30 bridge players that did not bid 3NT think that a bid of 3NT promises 2 stoppers in each major. 3334 with 2 points in the minors should make us think in terms of NT as a strain suggestion. I'm sure ...
ONSTOTT Wins Roth Swiss
On Friday we needed to win our final match to qualify. When we got to the final board, Jimmy and realized that we really had no plus positions for the first 6 boards as our opponents had played perfectly. I desperately overbid to a hopeless vulnerable 4S and the defense ...
Drew Casen's lead problem: xxx AKTxxx xx Ax
If you lead a trump, you collect 800. If you lead a high heart and switch to a trump, you collect 500. If you lead a high heart and do not shift to a trump, you collect 200. As all games your way go down, your partner's pass of ...
Steve Weinstein's bidding problem: T8xx x K9xx KQxx
I like 2. I have clear cut agreements with my regular pards: 3S weak ,3H mixed. This hand is too good for a mixed raise.
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: J32 K3 AK42 AJT5
I play 1NT is 11-16 with a 2C range ask from partner allowing me to show 11-12,13-14,or 15-16. After that we have stayman, re-staymen, trans fers, smolen, etc. etc. etc.
Drew Casen's lead problem: AJT97x AJ2 63 42
North south were Lauria-Versace. If you trust their bidding, then partner cannot have a club stopper because there are simply not enough points in the deck for that to be the case. You know you can likely beat this hand if partner has any of the following: Heart king + spade ...
Handicapped Regional Knockout Rules
Jim, I have always said that everything happens for a reason. In this case we got to win the Bracketed Swiss the next day.I have often cheered up a teammate in a swiss team event by thanking them for going down in a cold game and therefore getting us ...
Handicapped Regional Knockout Rules
The 2nd KO started yesterday, and the Directors informed us as we started playing that there would be handicaps, AND notified us what the handicaps would be during the first half of play. Bravo to the competent directors for handling it properly.
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