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

Love to play, talk & write about Bridge. Editor, The ALERT Unit 124's quarterly newsletter. Co-webmaster Unit 124 & D11  Unit 124 Board of Directors. D11 Board President. D11 BoG Rep - 2nd Alternate to ACBL BoD. ACBL Best Practices Certified teacher.

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
Mike Ma, Mike Purcell, John Taylor, Margaret Young, Romeo Bodrogi-Podoaba, Anton Habash, Adam Parrish, Bruce Parent, Darin Campo, John Meinking,
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
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 (Frequent upgrades).
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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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John Taylor - Steve Moese
Modern Standard Precision (MW Lite)
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Mike Purcell Steve Moese
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Opening standards: LTC vs Point Count
Say, David, do you open 2 on 22+ or 4 losers?
Confession of a Self-Kibitzer
Robb Gordon else article clearly stated that the ACBL does not recognize BBO as a bridge organization. Expect that they must be NBOs or Zonal Orgs.
Rasim Sari's bidding problem: J AQJx AQ85 KQ8x
If accurate, partner has zero high cards. Opener is perhaps Axxxx Kx Kx Axxx and responder is KQJx xxx Jxxx Jx or similar. There are two risks: We go down 200+ when they can make only 3, or we push them to a makeable game. True, opener might not ...
Burden Of Proof
Thanks Richard. I can't help feeling that the argument against p-values is a cry for help caused by too-small benefits being chased by large amounts of money. If sigma is sufficiently high, then the signal to noise ratio will be costly to determine. That scientists in the bio/medical ...
Burden Of Proof
Ray, the interesting observation from a cursory view is that comfortable satisfaction seems employed wholly in the sports world connected with CAS.
Burden Of Proof
Not quite Giorgio. See slide 3 Also
What would you rather see?
I want to maximize what I know about opponents hands. That means seeing the mystery hand and knowing the hidden hand. I like methods that hide the strong hand.
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Burden Of Proof
Paul, you are missing the point. Anyone can be dismissed from an event by a director and that decision is final. That action is nowhere close to a conviction under the CDR that leads to future penalties beyond the event in question. Stop conflating the two cases. They don’t ...
David Hankins's bidding problem: K4 KJ63 72 T8653
Playing 4415-1 it is very useful to play 2 as pass or correct (opener always passes with 4 cards). If opener corrects to 2 here, you rebid 3 to end the auction. You could of course choose 3 but that is unilateral.

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