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Helen Chang
Helen Chang
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 28, 2010
Last Seen
April 19
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Ruffing a diamonds and returned it immediately without opponents noticing
Bridge Accomplishments
Regular Bridge Partners
Eugene Hung; Stephanie Kung
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Favorite Tournaments
Favorite Conventions
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
Elianna and Helen
2 over 1
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Chris and Helen
2 over 1
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In the Well: Larry Cohen
Hi Larry, Besides Bergen and Berkowitz, could you tell us about other partners you had and your experiences with them? FYI, The LAW was not the first bridge book I started but the first one had finished. To know is one thing, to follow was another.
To Bid or Not to Bid
If you only read one bridge book per year like me, make this book the top of your list. It's a great book for intermediate players.
Spingold Final -- Tie after Regulation
If his partner has AQ, partner can give him a ruff and he can then give partner a ruff and set the contract by 2.
Defending Champions Fail to Register for Spingold
Only two cell phone penalties were needed. (Team got disqualified if two cell phone penalty was given on the same day.)
Helen Chang's bidding problem: KT4 4 AQ7 KT8762
Depends on how do you define the "extra". I found more and more players define it as "extra offense." With exactly the same HCP and 3235 shape KT4 42 AQ7 KT876, most people would pass. The singleton is an offense asset. I thought it's a close decision but ...
Bridge Documentary: In The Cards
I like the part that Jenny kicked your butt and gave you a massage. ;)
Dean Pokorny
Hmm. Yeah. It's a bug.
Dean Pokorny
"This can be done by going to the offending author’s profile and clicking on the checkboxes that allow you to ignore content created by this person." I thought it's a great idea. Some people may just want to draw our attention. It make them feel special and important ...
Attention Bay Area - Introduction to Bridge for 7th-12th graders, at Stanford
Erin, I know you have a lot more experience on teaching 7-12 graders. Would you give us some advice? Anything we should avoid or be careful?
Polly Siegel's bidding problem: J7652 K954 AQT4 ---
I tend to be optimistic- opposite some hands that your partner would not act, a game needs some luck but not impossible.

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