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Chris Chen
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Member Since
Sept. 5, 2014
Last Seen
8 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
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U31 Bridge Player

United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
3rd in the National 199er Pairs
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Quicktricks, Cardology
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
Chris Chen and Michael Xu
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Chris Chen and Qucheng Gong
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Modified Standard
2 over 1
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Robert Ng and Chris Chen
2 over 1
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Chris Chen and Robert Balas
2 over 1
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Chris Chen and Foster Tom
2 over 1
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Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: KQ53 K64 --- KQ8763
Any time that West has a penalty double, it's an easy penalty. 4c may gain when EW has 3nt, but you have Kh and void in diamonds making 3nt a less likely make. 4c is pricey for a part-score battle.
How would you try to win a 28-board match by 77 IMPs?
Do normal/more aggressive actions on 21 boards, on 7 boards, psyche or go crazy. Employ some sort of mixed strategy.
What do you play at trick three?
I chose to lead a club, but maybe a heart makes more sense. P has 6 to 9 hcp for the raise. 6 is unlikely. 7 or 8 is most likely and 9 is unlikely. If P has 8, then P has both Kings and can only ruff a 4th ...
Where did we go wrong?
I agree 100% with Nicholas (esp. because this wasn't imps). I was on lead with that hand. Partner held KJxxx. Leading a heart is not enough. If you lead a low heart, you risk blocking the heart suit. If you lead the queen of hearts, WHY? The best is ...
U31 junior event
Lol, yes! How serendipitous! Now, I can be an underdog in another event :)
U31 junior event
Cool, I'm a junior again!
Chris Chen's bidding problem: Axx x Axx KQTxxx
Partner didn't have a double stopper. Partner held K10x - Axx - QJ9x - AJx. We found the cold 6, but I guess we were even luckier than we originally thought.
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Kevin O'Dea's bidding problem: A97 T9 AJ KQJ852
1s - Unlikely to get hung. If partner has added stuff, easy game.
Chris Chen's bidding problem: K98 Jx xx AQJxxx
Great guess! Partner had above + KH. Not that it matters but also JD.

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