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Steve Moese
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Member Since
Aug. 3, 2010
Last Seen
51 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Love to play, talk and write about Bridge. Editor, The Alert, Unit 124's quarterly newsletter. Co-webmaster Unit 124 cincybridge.com and D11 district11bridge.com.  Unit 124 Board of Directors. D11 Board President - Elect. D11 BoG Representative - 2nd Alternate to ACBL BoD.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Watching Ishaq dance when we brought him over his LM Gold Points at the Columbus Regional
Bridge Accomplishments
3/4 tie GNT B Flight 2008 Las Vegas, 2nd OA NAP 2016 Reno.
Regular Bridge Partners
John Meinking, Mike Ma, Mike Purcell, Ron Babcock, Pat Dutson, Romeo Bodrogi-Podoaba, Anton Habash, Adam Parrish, Bruce Parent, Darin Campo
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Cincinnati Bridge Association
Favorite Tournaments
GNT, NAP, Regionals: Cincinnati, Independence, Dayton-Columbus, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Gatlinburg, NABC's
Favorite Conventions
Precision. Counting, Analysis, planning , and good defense matter more.
BBO Username
SteveMoe
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
10-12 NT AJ & Steve
2 over 1
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Steve Moese and Mike Ma
Meckwell Lite PRECISION
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Steve Moese & Mike Purcell
Precision
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Steve Moese and Pat Dutson
2 over 1
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Steve Moese and Bruce Parent
2 over 1 GF
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Norm Coombs & Steve Moese
2 over 1 GF
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Leonard Helfgott & Steve Moese
2 over 1
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Dave Britt and Steve Moese
2 over 1 GF
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Steve Moese & Cliff Pleatman
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Jim Bangel and Steve Moese
2/1 GF
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Steve Moese and Romeo Podrogi-Bodoaba
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Tony Habash & Steve Moese
[b]2/1 Game Force[/b]
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Designing a better "Ecosystem"
Jim, Agree wholeheartedly your principle. What we need however is a rational way for clubs and tournaments to support creating teachers, directors, and new players. this isn't necessarily money. I can be space and it can be knowledge/information, the two of which create opportunity.
4th suit by an UPH?
Ed, please direct your question to the Department of Redundancy Department.
Designing a better "Ecosystem"
Don, that’s precisely what we have to avoid.
Designing a better "Ecosystem"
I agree Mike as far as it goes. Over the past 30-40 years it hasn't gone far. Incentives favor the dominant. That can be good. Stakeholder collaboration benefits all - and grows a balanced infrastructure to stop the unproductive competition that has stymied growth for decades. We need to build ...
4th suit by an UPH?
Often TYP leads to Partner DNE.
Designing a better "Ecosystem"
Apologies for repeating this post from another thread. I wanted to offer a balanced view for all stakeholders. The current ecosystem is based on the design principle that all stakeholders are independent businesses. We have ample evidence that this has led to a zero-sum game among all 5 groups (ACBL ...
Lanzarotti Readmitted to ACBL
Conspiring to cheat requires two or more people. The assumption is that at least one must be a player. One can cheat by sharing information about the hands before play or during play. As long as more than one person acts in concert to gain an illicit advantage, conspiracy should ...
Memphis Report from BOD Member, District 17
The current ecosystem is based on the design principle that all stakeholders are independent businesses. We have ample evidence that this has led to a zero-sum game among all 5 groups (ACBL, Districts, Units, Teachers and Clubs). If everyone only competes for their share of the pie, there is no ...
Suit combination: QJ8x opposite A7xxx
Eduard, unlike others I believe these tool help one visualize the approach to solving rare suit play problems at the table. Thanks for sharing this link. I find it superior for learning than Suit Play because of the detailed comparisons that are possible to visually compare. Helps develop the skill ...
Back to Basics, assumptions about WJOs
Dave, I think the OP asks the difference between (1) - 2 and (1) - 3.
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