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Shiang Chen
Shiang Chen
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Basic Information

Member Since
Nov. 10, 2014
Last Seen
Dec. 9
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Just a beginner who likes Bridge.  I'm always up for games on BBO when I'm free shiang is the ID.  I am however a top notch hearthstone player, finished 8th in the Americas less than a year ago.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Striping a hand and forcing an expert player to ruff his partner's winner high or ruffing my loser high while I promoted my trumps in hand and dummy. When I was brand new to ACBL did a strip endplay in 3nt based off of auction and droping a stiff K to win bracket 2.
BBO Username
shiang
ACBL Ranking
None
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Alan Shillitoe's bidding problem: --- AKJ3 8 KT985432
Never passing, double could be bad news for hearts so I'll go with 5c.
Roger Lee's bidding problem: AKQ9xx AT 98x Ax
x, compared to min 3 overcalls these days I think this hand is worth more than 3 . With good defensive values I think double is more flexible and tells partner we're bidding on strength not shape.
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: AJ843 --- KQ84 AK85
You told your story, what good is a "good" partner if you don't trust him.
Todd Holes's bidding problem: KT5 K92 AKQ872 A
2 , JUST fake it!!!. What we really want to find out is if partner has 5 hearts, diamond support, or if he's balanced. 2 will figure that out.
Kevin Fay's bidding problem: xx K8x QJ7xx xxx
Partner is probably most interested in spades, we don't have them. What do you think are the odds we make 5d? What do you think are the odds we set 4h?
Adam Kaplan's bidding problem: KT3 AJ K6 AKQJ85
If partner is as good as you say he's got a pretty good idea of what we have, Long running clubs and stoppers in diamonds and at least partial stops in majors. This is NOT a forcing pass situation.
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: QJ54 J76 AK2 T76
P, if partner is min I want to penalize not play game.
Adriaan Lucassen's bidding problem: AKQT954 9 --- K9874
He's doubling at the 4lv. 5 followed by 6 clubs. x Axxxx xx AQxxx and grand is frosty with just the 10 count
Roger Lee's bidding problem: 752 AQ K6432 K64
Percentage thing, I think pass wins more than 6c. AQ of hearts is not that great.
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: 654 K QJ952 AKJ4
3 leaves the most space and tells partner we don't have a spade stop. Sure it implies 5-5 but our clubs look almost like a 5 card suit and it's the least of evils.
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