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Jason Chiu
Jason Chiu
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 29, 2010
Last Seen
22 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
occurred in Istanbul
Bridge Accomplishments
World Juniors 2009, 3rd; 2010, 4th
Regular Bridge Partners
Kevin Fay
Favorite Conventions
Hate them all
BBO Username
jchiu
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Hawaii NABC Report & ACBL Issues of the day
Jon, The guide missed the other eight-$ restaurant, Le Mer at Halekulani. We qualified for that by narrowly missing the third day of the National Swiss. And of course the quintessential Alan Wong's, where the food and service were a bit lacklustre this time compared to February. I will ...
Honolulu evening food
I grabbed the pineapple, then went back in with a plate to play round 8 of the national swiss
Ron Smith's bidding problem: xx AJxxxx Axxx x
Ron Light
Hawaii NABC Needs Your Support
Are you also in the prince Waikiki
Losing to Weinstein and Levin
Is this a law firm in New York City or Westchester?
Hawaii NABC Needs Your Support
Had to check this wasn't April fool's. My secretary booked a room at the much nicer Prince Waikiki next door for $10 cheaper per night. What type of joke is this?
Summer NABC vs GenCon Indianapolis
Huh? I had to google Magic the Gathering. The players do not seem like the same demographic as the European 21-35 year old players who regularly do well in our national events. These bridge players, many of whom I played against in the junior internationals last decade, likely have a ...
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: Qxxx AJTxx ATx x
Even if I could or just found an ace on the ground, I couldn't fathom letting partner convince me to play such a perverted convention
What's the correct ruling?
Should be a unanimous vote Generally follow ups to Blackwood are not judgement calls ...
How should declarer approach 3N? (Part four - the end, I promise)
Concur cashing out opposite 10xxx is a consideration. With the 9 also missing, some easts would reflexively shift to the 10. To Khokan's construct, partner would up the king with K10x or K10xx. In the former hand a low spade is the only way to beat it. Never mind ...
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