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Oren Kriegel
Oren Kriegel
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Aug. 7, 2010
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about me

24. UChicago Class of 2016.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Making day three of the Reisinger
Bridge Accomplishments
Top-10 finishes in the Platinum Pairs and Reisinger; Gold and Silver WBF Under-21 medals
Regular Bridge Partners
David Grainger, Greg Hinze, Barbara Kasle, Gaylor Kasle, Zachary Madden, Ron Smith
Favorite Conventions
Mixed Raises
BBO Username
kriegel
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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World Youth Team Championships August 8-18 2018
Strongly agree with everything you wrote.
World Youth Team Championships August 8-18 2018
How shocking, the countries where English is the dominant language come up with the best English names for the categories (the US names are very similar to the ones Andy lists above). I don't think the WBF officials were attempting to be offensive with their names, but it does ...
A Deal for All Your Sides
Debbie, you're correct, and I clarified it with Kevin today. I'll edit the article to reflect that.
What a play by Maksymilian Chodacki
Very nice. Reminiscent of Helgemo's finesse in this position: 97x AK6x low to the 7, then when East returned one from QJ10x he ran it to the 9. Good to be playing from the South. Might get a read on the spades when West plays a no-problem low spade ...
World Youth Team Championships August 8-18 2018
I'm guessing waking up at 4am is more likely than being still awake.
World Youth Team Championships August 8-18 2018
It's true that all of the USA1 players are white guys. Perhaps that's not best for the image of bridge, but we thought this was the best team we could put together, and that's all we cared about. The juniors pick their own teams in the US ...
1 Diamond - 2 Clubs in 2/1
That's a different MAFIA acronym than I've heard before. My first exposure used: MAjors FIrst Always. Chris Compton has a better one, at least in terms of actually mapping onto the MAFIA acronym: Majors Always First In Auction.
Would you roll this back?
(1) might be a useful question, but it's tainted by the fact that at this point South knows North thinks the double shows 5-7, so it's in his interest to agree with that, or at least hedge. (2) is certainly useful, but you should not tell the pollees ...
Would you roll this back?
Probably they are, but it would likely have a specialized meaning. My point is not that Grue-Moss would have this auction, but that an average player might not know what standard bidding theory is, particularly about Precision or other strong-club systems. My example meant to show that someone with "the ...
Would you roll this back?
Exactly, Max. If you poll (who I imagine to be, based on the information in this thread) South's peers and confront them with an undiscussed auction to 3NT, a significant number will pass because that's what they do when partner bids 3NT in undiscussed auctions. Far fewer of ...
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