Join Bridge Winners

Bridge Winners Profile for Jason Chiu

Jason Chiu
Jason Chiu
  • 18
    Following
  • 39
    Followers
  • 27
    Posts
  • 12
    Favorites

Basic Information

Member Since
July 29, 2010
Last Seen
Aug. 14
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
occurred in Istanbul
Bridge Accomplishments
World Juniors 2009, 3rd; 2010, 4th
Regular Bridge Partners
Kevin Fay
Favorite Conventions
Hate them all
BBO Username
jchiu
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
Sorry, this user has no cards yet.
Summer NABC vs GenCon Indianapolis
Huh? I had to google Magic the Gathering. The players do not seem like the same demographic as the European 21-35 year old players who regularly do well in our national events. These bridge players, many of whom I played against in the junior internationals last decade, likely have a ...
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: Qxxx AJTxx ATx x
Even if I could or just found an ace on the ground, I couldn't fathom letting partner convince me to play such a perverted convention
What's the correct ruling?
Should be a unanimous vote Generally follow ups to Blackwood are not judgement calls ...
How should declarer approach 3N? (Part four - the end, I promise)
Concur cashing out opposite 10xxx is a consideration. With the 9 also missing, some easts would reflexively shift to the 10. To Khokan's construct, partner would up the king with K10x or K10xx. In the former hand a low spade is the only way to beat it. Never mind ...
How should declarer approach 3N? (Part four - the end, I promise)
Watched the hand. Noted afterward that west can always beat it by leading a low spade after winning the SQ. Keeps communication with his partner when declarer tries ducking a heart
Gary Donner's bidding problem: K9872 98 A73 QJ5
Did he die of heart failure, then pass; or did his heart fail because he passed?
Bad Habits of Intermediates
- (echoing Gerben) Making five card two level overcalls without both a good suit and hand above opening values - Not planning the control bidding sequence to investigate slam, including over reliance on Blackwood - Bidding one's hand twice to compete (i.e., needless speeding in perspective of the law) - Doubling a ...
ATB
Where's the hand west held during the auction?
What event would you play in?
Since 2004, I have played in the Goldman Pairs (New York, Memorial Day weekend), the LA Bridge Week Pairs (Pasadena, Fourth of July), and the All Western Championship (Santa Clara, Calif., Labor Day). Each was 20-26 tables in the finals and qualified no more than 2/3 from the first ...
Uncommon defensive agreement?
The higher the spade, the lower we ruff, or perhaps not at all (not applicable here since the queen is in the dummy). Also applies to uppercut situations
.

Bottom Home Top