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Adam Kertesz
Adam Kertesz
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Member Since
Dec. 7, 2013
Last Seen
June 13
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

player (middling), TD(ex), mathematician, APL programmer, problem solver

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
TD in Biarritz (1982), Miami Beach (1986) world championships
Regular Bridge Partners
Brian Mahony (present), Quittner Pál (ex)
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Ft. Lauderdale
Favorite Conventions
Ghestem
BBO Username
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ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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How do you play this 6NT?
Jól. (Nem kell 6 szanig eljutni)
A Third Bidding Approach
Some 40-odd year ago, there was a canape-relay 3-segment system, called Beta. 1 club did a double duty for 12-14, with a 5-card major or any 19+. 1 diamond handled all the 15-18 point hands. The rest was 12-14: 1 heart or spade with 4 and a longer minor, or ...
Wash DC Summer 2016 District Reports
The f is missing at the very end of the second address from pdf
Vienna-coup - at the table
Thanks, Mark. I will edit the bidding, if I can. It was South, who started.
Vienna-coup - at the table
Thanks, Gary. If this would have been an IMP-game, slam would be in my mind too, but for a match-point game: on a 17 top we got 15 (88%) - it wasn't this why we finished only third overall.
YBTJ - 6NT claimed
Peter, Please, make a distinction between comments made by players and comments made by TDs: you will see my point. The TDs are not players, they administer and interpret the laws and regulations of the game. BTW, Kit Woolsey's second paragraph is a powerful argument from a real high-level ...
YBTJ - 6NT claimed
Peter, As you should know: down 1, deposit back. See: Chennai, Zimmermann vs. SASA Central Hungarian Team Championship, couple of weeks ago It is possible that the laws are not perfect, but they are the laws.
Chess champion Emanuel Lasker
You are all forgetting Robert Darvas.
Board 6 from the 12/06/2013 Common Game
The 3 heart transfer was doubled (incorrectly, in my opinion - see the "strength" of the intermediates, 7-4-2). I "forgot" to redouble - partner would not understand that I was willing to play it, if he has some help), and after his 3 NT I passed. Now this induced a heart opening ...
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