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David Liu
David Liu
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Basic Information

Member Since
May 15, 2018
Last Seen
21 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

A passionate and analytic player who often takes an engineering approach.

Studied physics and chemistry in college, got my final degree in molecular biology, now writing software for a living.

Learned to play during high school days in China, joined ACBL in 2006, took a 10-year break because of family, started playing frequently by the end of 2017.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
79% game on my birthday, then another 70+ in less than two weeks.
Bridge Accomplishments
Down four vulnerable for a 100% board. Making 4H with a 4-2 fit and combined 25 HCP against a pair each having 2K+ MP.
Regular Bridge Partners
See website of bridge club.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Santa Barbara
Favorite Tournaments
The Ventura Regional, the only day-trip gold point event.
Favorite Conventions
A combination of Gerber and Key-Card attempts, then claim 13 tricks in 4NT immediately after opening lead.
BBO Username
d_j_liu
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
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David Liu's bidding problem: AKJ7 J3 K6 QT985
That makes me wonder whether the 2S selected by the majority could be Cappelletti.
Robert Greene's bidding problem: 4 K9853 7 KJ7632
https://www.larryco.com/bridge-articles/active-ethics-2 In the Real Deal, Bergen made 5Dx. Hope your partner made it, too.
David Liu's bidding problem: AK64 7 AKQ2 AK62
After 1, partner responded 2, WJS. I was skeptical that she had A, so I just bid 6. Some statistics on reaching 6: One of four pairs in 299er http://live.acbl.org/event/1911048/01L2/1/board-detail/P?board_num=15 Two of 20 pairs in ...
David Liu's bidding problem: AK64 7 AKQ2 AK62
Yes, that was my hope. On the other hand, should partner pass 1, we might not be able to make anything at two level, and 70 is better than negative.
David Liu's bidding problem: AK64 7 AKQ2 AK62
QT9752 983 J4 T3
David Liu's bidding problem: AK64 7 AKQ2 AK62
This was played at Ventura Regional. I opened as voted. Partner played 6, claimed at trick 2. Most pairs stopped in 4 from either side.
David Liu's bidding problem: AK64 7 AKQ2 AK62
On the actual board, good defenders will only give us 90.
David Liu's bidding problem: AK64 7 AKQ2 AK62
Yes, indeed very difficult, and I did not like the 2 opening. I got lucky at the table, but I still want to get opinions from experienced players.
Robert Greene's bidding problem: 987 QJT85 5 QJT9
We did defend this one, but not against you. Our opponents stopped in 3 and took 11 easy tricks while I took a nap.
Robert Greene's bidding problem: 987 QJT85 5 QJT9
When was that?
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