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Zach Grossack
Zach Grossack
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 22, 2012
Last Seen
12 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me




NABC+ Fast Pairs winner 2014

GNT Open flight winner 2016

Silodor Open Pairs winner 2017

WYOTC gold 2017

"the professional's professional"


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, winner GNT open 2016, winner silodors 2017
Regular Bridge Partners
Adam Grossack, Lew Gamerman, Kim Gilman, Dick Budd, Sandra Ruderman, Bart Bussink
Favorite Tournaments
Junior team championships!
Favorite Conventions
Flannery, penalty doubles of 1nt
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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Columbus Hotel Cancellation and ACBL response
Imo - it’s someone’s decision to not go, and someone’s decision to cancel their hotel room. Expecting the money back when the tournament hasn’t been cancelled seems a bit far.
Discord channel?
I know there’s an r/bridge already set up and at least partially active
Adam Kaplan's bidding problem: 3 A9652 KJ7642 A
I would have bid 6D the first time - partner showed interest with their 4NT bid and righty lead directed clubs.
Kevin Rosenberg's bidding problem: K Jxxx AQ T98xxx
I pass and lose my 7. Too many ways bidding 3NT can be wrong and I’m NV at imps. I really don’t care for 3H - I can see how it works like getting 3NT from the other side so the other guy leads away from the Ace of ...
Harrison Luba's bidding problem: AKQ8xx --- xx KJT7x
5H then 6C. Too easy to bid grand and I think unlikely partner is gunna hang me by bidding on with the “wrong hand” - they shouldn’t like their hand enough probably with any sort of heart wastage.
Congrats on a well fought win!
Wall Street Journal
This article panders to the way the public perceives our game. No young or professional person will want to start playing and realize the competitive draw of bridge and its complexity after reading this - older people at a club trying to recruit people to prevent it from dying doesn’t ...
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: 53 A AKQ2 AKQ852
this is an obvious 6d bid... an ode to a man who believes that 6d always makes
In the Well: Adam and Zach Grossack
Ok everyone it's now just about Wednesday in most parts of the world, so we would like to thank everyone for their questions and interest today and most of all Bridgewinners for making this all possible! Not only were great questions asked here, but a lot of ideas about ...
In the Well: Adam and Zach Grossack
hey Debbie The streamliner so to speak! Where players can give their names to one source so the pool is anonymous to the general public, unlike the partnership desk, and people with similar abilities can be matched up with relative ease. Cool idea! I would definitely have interest in making ...

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