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Ping Hu
Ping Hu
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 16, 2011
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Scored a 64% section top in my first NABC game (Red Ribbon) with a partner I never played before.
Favorite Tournaments
NABC
Favorite Conventions
XYZ
BBO Username
ping2827
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
Copy of Precision
Precision
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Precision - GCC
Precision
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Basic 2/1 with Mike Ma
2 over 1
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Advice for new club owners?
There is a beta program for club that has been going on for quite a while. You could call ACBL club support to find out if you could get in. If you could not get information from them, send me private message and I'll help you to find out ...
Is this alertable?
By ACBL alert procedure, you only need announce "could be short" (0-2). My own opinion is it should be alerted. I played a similar opening and I would alert it when partner open 1.
Advice for new club owners?
If you don't have a website, you might want to use the ACBL website. Just upload the game file. It could show game results as well as allow you to make an announcement to players. There will be a major upgrade of ACBL website for club very soon so ...
If not discussed no alert or explanation is required (BBO ruling question).
Yes. FDCC "as is" is not good enough. I propose to have a new standard that could define CC information for multiple apps. Players could use it for their own system notes. It could be uploaded to online play like BBO, Funbridge and other online site. If tournament wants to ...
If not discussed no alert or explanation is required (BBO ruling question).
These are technical problems that could be solved with technology. If I design it I would make these details optional.
If not discussed no alert or explanation is required (BBO ruling question).
Online play's alert should follow rules for screen. All delayed alert become immediate alert-able since it won't be a UI to partner. @Barry, if FDCC is a failure for BBO, it is only for technical reason. I think conceptually it is a great idea. Technical problem could have ...
If not discussed no alert or explanation is required (BBO ruling question).
Art, this depends on where you live and play, as well as how bridge is taught. 4 cd major was common for quite a long time. Even current ACBL cc only requires player to indicate they open 4 card major or 5 card major. It does not require 1NT to ...
If not discussed no alert or explanation is required (BBO ruling question).
Art: The question is what is "general bridge knowledge", especially in online environment where players could be in a wide range of skill/knowledge level. Even for experienced players if opponents use a different system/treatment there could be some surprise. A few days ago there was a post about ...
If not discussed no alert or explanation is required (BBO ruling question).
I'm not sure "no agreement" is adequate when opponents ask to explain the call. In F2F tournament, when opponent asked for explanation, player suppose to explain all the calls' meaning even they are natural. I think opponent is entitled to know a call in your system is forcing, signoff ...
If not discussed no alert or explanation is required (BBO ruling question).
There are two issues here. First one is alert. Alert should be made when you made a conventional bid per ACBL policy. I don't think there is disagreement with it. The second issue is what player should answer when opponent asks for a bid. This is what OP tried ...
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