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Eugene Hung
Eugene Hung
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 18, 2010
Last Seen
26 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I am the chief editor of Bridge Winners, and take the lead in moderating the forums. Before my kids, I had more time to play bridge (winning two Collegiate Championships) and write articles. Some of my articles include: System WinWedding PickupSecond Hand Kill, and Searching for Bobby Hamman.

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Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
going down 9 for a great save on my first date with Helen
Bridge Accomplishments
2-time Collegiate Champion
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Unit 508 Silicon Valley
Favorite Tournaments
USBC
Favorite Conventions
Reverse Flannery
BBO Username
eyhung
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
Eugene Hung and Steve Chen
2/1 + udsc + freq sp trick 1
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Eugene Hung and Li-Chung Chen
2/1 suit pref at trick 1
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Eugene Hung & Cheryl Mandala
2/1 gf; udca
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Eugene Hung and Helen Chang (Simple)
2/1 upside-down attitude, standard count
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Eugene Hung and Howard Liu
2/1, sp at trick 1 vs suit, std count, usually ud attitude
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Master as a racist term
While the original article touched upon a current political topic but was barely relevant to bridge (and therefore allowable), most of the comments are NOT directly related to bridge and generating more flags than the rest of the site combined. As someone pointed out, Godwin's Law has been satisfied ...
Master as a racist term
Comment by Richard Willey flagged by the community as a personal attack and removed. Comment by Amy Mitura which directly quoted the attack was also removed.
The Kibs Are Not Alright
Comment by Richard Willey flagged by commuunity for being a personal attack on another poster (and offensive), and removed.
Is it my imagination, or has navigating this site slowed down of late?
Alerted by a user, I can say we've heard about this via support and are looking into it. The responsiveness definitely comes and goes and it feels like it's been going a lot more lately. In general, posting a thread on the front page is good for getting ...
To BBO: Please eliminate UI from insta-actions
As Michael Rosenberg pointed out, online, it's okay if actions are a little slow, as there are more reasons for things to be slow than live. In addition to the external reasons Michael mentioned, there are delays from the game itself including self-alerts, looking at ccs, looking at notes ...
To BBO: Please eliminate UI from insta-actions
By the way, from a UI-minimization perspective, it's bad to merge LHO's and Partner's bids instead of RHO's and Partner's bids. When LHO and Partner are merged, then partner is the final arbiter for the tempo, which is not desirable if it's obvious who ...
To BBO: Please eliminate UI from insta-actions
Phil, I don't understand your criticism because there is no asymmetry in my proposal. My suggestion is: All players see their LHO act in real time. Partner's bid is seen after RHO's bid. Say I am South. I open 3. 3 is transmitted to E ...
To BBO: Please eliminate UI from insta-actions
Richard - It is, but high-level play routinely dispenses with half of this information in screened events. I think people will accept this in return for not being sure how long partner takes.
To BBO: Please eliminate UI from insta-actions
An important and often ignored factor in the adoption of any change is ease of implementation. If it's too difficult to code (like compiling lists of what calls have a long delay vs. a short delay, and then parsing it for every call), it's less likely to be ...
The World's most complete bridge player.
Comment by Shirley Junkin Moorhead flagged by the community for being a bullying, personal attack, and removed. Please remember to keep things civil here.
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