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Eric Leong
Eric Leong
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Member Since
Jan. 26, 2011
Last Seen
16 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
Eric Leong
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Eric Leong/Steve Kennedy
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District 9 Wins GNT
This victory is one for the history books. I understand the District 9 winners actually lost the District 9 finals by 90 imps. However, after the loss, a protest was made when Galvin Wolpert a last minute emergency substitute was deemed to be arguably better than the player he substituted ...
Joel Wooldridge's bidding problem: 8 Q965 KT9xx 875
If partner and declarer has announced extra values dummy should be almost broke and declarer is going to have the play the hand mostly from his hand.
A Beautiful Hand
Doubling with AKQJ has more going for it than doubling with AKQJx.
A Beautiful Hand
Yes, I would have redoubled.
ATB - duplication
Surely, bidding four spades is enough. South has seven losers in his hand. If North can cover six of those losers he is going to make a move.
ATB - duplication
Bidding 4NT was a mistake. Even if South found out partner had all the missing key cards and the trump queen South still could not be able to count his eleventh and twelfth tricks.
Kerry Kappell's bidding problem: QJ52 KQ964 J42 8
Just because lemmings blindly follow other lemmings when they jump off a cliff does that mean you should follow also? To call some action "wise" with insufficient argument is hardly "wise".
Kerry Kappell's bidding problem: QJ52 KQ964 J42 8
Bidding one heart over a negative double is fundamentally inferior because double shows more information immediately than bidding one heart. Double shows both majors and limits the hand to around 7-10 hcp. Bidding one heart only promises four or more hearts and doesn't limit your hand. If one took ...
Responder's Second Bid in Competitive Auction
Why wouldn't double mean "I have cards but I don't know what to bid." Example: S KJxx H Axx D xxx C Axx Further, new suits by responder as a generla rule is regarded as forcing. Bidding three hearts with S KQJxx H Axxx D x C Axx ...
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: AJ6 K973 76 Q653
Two spades might not be as safe as two diamonds but it has a decent chance of beating the two diamond partials for a top.

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