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Kiat Huang
Kiat Huang
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 13, 2013
Last Seen
Sept. 6
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I play over in the county of Lincolnshire, England. The system is whatever my partner prefers to play: mostly multiple variants of Acol, 2/1, Precision, Blue Club and EHAA.

United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Learning with my uncle, his daughter and my brother
Bridge Accomplishments
Harrogate Swiss Teams 2019.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Louth Duplicate, Louth Central, Alford
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Sorry, this user has no cards yet.
Bridge Hand Database Sofware
The OP's original question is within a subset of a bigger one about how the worldwide bridge community can harness all the data it produces. Big data. The chess websites do a pretty good job of collating millions of games and making them searchable via their web pages. For ...
Fargo Season 3 - features competitive bridge
Thanks Shireen. I enjoyed the first 2 series more, perhaps because of the superior plots and that two of the main US actors were played by a single Brit which, for me, is a distracting device. I wonder who the bridge consultant was - they surely needed a high level one ...
Fargo Season 3 - features competitive bridge
Just started watching this and did a double take on hearing bridge Google'd and found this on bridgewinners. Not many comments - so few watching Fargo, about the best series on TV :)?
Kiat Huang's bidding problem: Q8 AKJT4 AT984 7
Also, pointers to discussions or articles on competing at the 4-5 levels, would be much appreciated.
Attitude leads against NT: Q872
One of my partners, Rodney Mitchell, today brought up the topic of Attitude Leads and after a bit of discussion we've agreed to play them because they seem to make sense, so we thought we'd better read up on it! I like Kit Woolsey's logical and memorable ...
Humor Break with Eddie Kantar
From Eddie's webpage this had me in stitches ;-) Four guys are playing bridge at the golf club and there is one kibitzer. Phone rings and one of the fellows has to leave. They beg the kibitzer to play a few hands even though he doesn't play and only ...
Is Bridge "Dying" or are the demographics simply changing?
I can't find it now, but I seem to recall an article with Bob Hamman saying that the average age of the ACBL member has been steadily increasing since the 50s. Is that right and is the data available? Here in the UK the majority of clubs are not ...
Forgive and forget?
David, is it ProBridge you were thinking of?
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Forgive and forget?
If an organisation isn't prepared to change itself and there is a majority of end users (top bridge players they directly serve with tournaments etc), then one option, drastic as it may be, is to form a replacement with support of their primary stakeholders, which in the case of ...

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