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Eric Genheimer
Eric Genheimer
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Member Since
June 28, 2013
Last Seen
8 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Joe Veal
Favorite Conventions
Precision asking sequences, Gazzilli
BBO Username
egenheimer
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
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Tucson player being tested for coronavirus
SARS-CoV-2 is the virus that causes COVID-19. They are the same.
Open Letter to the ACBL on Covid-19
I feel the need to respond to one thing you've said, Kyle, then I'll move on from this discussion, as you've requested. It is just objectively the case that an NABC is riskier than all the other things you've mentioned - way riskier. That is a gathering ...
Open Letter to the ACBL on Covid-19
The medical professional advice that I've seen (note: it may not be doctors with the relevant advice here. They know how to treat disease. They are not necessarily experts in how it spreads) indicates that a gathering like this is hugely irresponsible. The event is ruined, whether you like ...
Should the ACBL consider canceling the Columbus NABC in view of the outbreak of corona virus?
Flu is currently a much bigger danger just based on the numbers infected. COVID-19 is still spreading to new places. Once (not if) it does that, it will be a much bigger danger than the flu.
Name this squeeze
For a lot of people, I think categorization (more than naming) does help visualize the desired position. Rodwell talks about something similar in his book - I believe the reason he states that he names positions is to help remember them. "Might I have a strip squeeze in this hand?" can ...
What is this end position called?
I thought so too, but it does seem to have some extra elements that the simpler versions of strip squeezes do not have.
Followup to the Well
Hi Jeff, I had the pleasure of playing against you and Rod a couple years back in Tunica. Would you rather a) lose to a competent team, but feel that you played your best, or b) win against a slightly weaker team, but feel that you could have played better?
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