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Winston Chang
Winston Chang
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Basic Information

Member Since
May 24, 2012
Last Seen
15 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
2015 GNT Flight C winner, 2016 GNT Flight C 2nd, 2016 Mini-Spingold II (0-1500) 2nd
BBO Username
wwchang
ACBL Ranking
Non Life Master
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Reverse questions
Ok, thank you.
Reverse questions
Does 3 imply/indicate "some help for " or would it be "some help for OR 6-card " (as you originally stated)? If the latter, then if opener has 1426 or 0436 and bids 3NT (expecting some help in ), wouldn't responder (with 6 and nothing ...
Reverse questions
Sorry; I had not been aware of the ambiguity. I had intended to ask in the second question about opener's 4th round bid of 3 *in response to* responder's 3rd round rebid of 3. 3 is responder's 3rd bid. If responder had bid 3 ...
How Many Hands of Bridge So Far?
Partner was dealt -- AKQxxxxxxx KQT -- 9 days ago in a Swiss.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: AQ943 J75 J83 J9
Meant to indicate 2 on the first round, I think.
2/1 structure question (major suit agreement at 2-level)
Thank you very much!
2/1 structure question (major suit agreement at 2-level)
Thanks; this is very helpful and gets me to a meaningful structure. Is it usual to look for (have a bid to describe) a fit in opener's 3-card (unless 5440) suit, as in the example above 1 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 3 - 4?
2/1 structure question (major suit agreement at 2-level)
Thanks. Is it typical then to bolt on a serious/nonserious structure to help distinguish between minimum and maximum opener hands, after opener shows shape at the 3 level?
Defense against 3NT
North might have thought S had AJ85, since W did not bid hearts on the 3rd round of bidding.
ATB - missed slam
I was actually S here, but when this hand was played on BBO, slam was found only twice out of sixteen times, and on unscientific auctions (one of which was 5 - 5 - 6 (!), the other of which was 1 - 1 - 3 - 6) Appreciate ...
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