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Ping Hu
Ping Hu
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 16, 2011
Last Seen
15 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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Online Bridge Ruling: Failure to Alert and Wild Bids
In current BBO setup, alert needs to be made by the bidder, not his partner.
Online Bridge Ruling: Failure to Alert and Wild Bids
Ray, we are getting into uncharted territory of online bridge. In current BBO setting, it is the player himself who need to alert of bid. He does so by click the Alert button before making the bid. Yes, we would have a problem of what happened if opponent asked him ...
Online Bridge Ruling: Failure to Alert and Wild Bids
James, this is online play. As we discussed later there is no clear law for online player. I have raised this question to Jay Whipple last year when he was "In the Well" that ACBL should establish some rules specific for online bridge. If you have played on BBO, you ...
Online Bridge Ruling, Psychic or Fail to Alert
Yes, I believe he continued 2nd later.
Online Bridge Ruling: Failure to Alert and Wild Bids
Yes. I agree. The problem is the rule for online play is not clear. In BBO it is the bidder who is required to alert by pressing Alert button before bidding. I also agree with your analogy that this is like East had both opponents as 'screenmates'. So if this ...
Online Bridge Ruling, Psychic or Fail to Alert
West led since his partner bid it.
Online Bridge Ruling: Failure to Alert and Wild Bids
Chris, Isn't X showing single suit hand require an alert? It is a conventional bid. Isn't a failure to alert a MI? My poll for North with correct information are here: https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/bidding-problem-2-hc2xotuhcj/
Online Bridge Ruling: Failure to Alert and Wild Bids
Kyle, this is a case that illustrate online play is different from face to face. I'm the TD in this case and I also had my sympathy for NS players.
Online Bridge Ruling: Failure to Alert and Wild Bids
As I stated, East bid X as DONT but it would be a takeout X for West. As far as NS know, it is a takeout X. East then realized the mistake and decided to play it as TOX. Most players with East hand would pass West 2 bid ...
Online Bridge Ruling: Failure to Alert and Wild Bids
Kyle, This is online play. East supposed to alert his X when he made that bid. NS would ask and found out it was one suited hand, although West would be in the dark. As my poll showed most players with North hand would bid 3 after 2 ...
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