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Zach Grossack
Zach Grossack
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 22, 2012
Last Seen
Dec. 5, 2016
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

JUNIOR

TUFTS UNIVERSITY

18 

NABC+ Fast Pairs winner 2014

I dabble 

 

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Won 0-5000 LM's, Silver in China 2012, Gold in Atlanta 2013, 2nd in Silidor Pairs 2014, 1st and NABC+ Fast Pairs 2014, 3rd in Silodors in 2015
Regular Bridge Partners
Adam Grossack, Dick Budd
Favorite Tournaments
Summer NABC
BBO Username
Germs345
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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1!S-P-2!S-2NT
we play it as clubs and another, it seems to work well and we just ELC with and
Joseph Cappannelli's bidding problem: 4 KJT87 KQJ8 762
This is why you play Bart!
A Proposal from World Bridge Productions
Peg, you would think people would think long and hard before using the board or the card placement as ways to show info, but here we are... Maybe I'm just biased because I really don't like computer bridge Joel, I'm sure there are many others, and you ...
A Proposal from World Bridge Productions
how can we be so naive in thinking that people will not hack these iPads. Why can't the bridge community take moment to enjoy what boye and many others have just accomplished for the game of bridge!?
A Proposal from World Bridge Productions
Michael I think it's ridiculous to think that the iPad's will get rid of ui. It won't. It will incentivize even more mind games and "poker". Not to mention, as a part of this younger generation of bridg, I, along with I know many others, think that ...
In the Well: Justin Lall
One question: When exactly do I need to get 10k to beat your record?
Watching in Sanya
Thanks Dunga
Zach Grossack's bidding problem: AK9xx x 97xx Qxx
And if partner has 3 spades? I didn't think 3s was questionable, but I could be wrong. I probably should have a made a post on that first
Arjun Dhir's bidding problem: QJ9xx QT9xx x xx
Partner shows a random opener with short spades and some hearts. We may or may not make 3h, we are almost for sure setting 2s. I have 3 defensive tricks and P is forcing me to the three level. I Pass and take my likely plus 100, sometimes 300, or ...
Zach Grossack's bidding problem: 9xx KJx AJ8xxxx ---
I thought 1d was clear, because how can you show this hand later? I just wanted to see what other (older) people thought here...LOL
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