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Kiat Huang
Kiat Huang
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Member Since
June 13, 2013
Last Seen
June 17
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I play over in England at the Farnham Bridge Club.  Been an on/off player for many years because of study/work/family commitments. Now those commitments have eased, I intend to play more regularly.  I can play ACOL, SAYC, 2/1 and at a push, EHAA!

Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Learning with my uncle, his daughter and my brother
Bridge Accomplishments
Winning B flight end of year tournament in London
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Farnham
BBO Username
kiat
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None
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Attitude leads against NT: Q872
One of my partners, Rodney Mitchell, today brought up the topic of Attitude Leads and after a bit of discussion we've agreed to play them because they seem to make sense, so we thought we'd better read up on it! I like Kit Woolsey's logical and memorable ...
Humor Break with Eddie Kantar
From Eddie's webpage this had me in stitches ;-) Four guys are playing bridge at the golf club and there is one kibitzer. Phone rings and one of the fellows has to leave. They beg the kibitzer to play a few hands even though he doesn't play and only ...
Is Bridge "Dying" or are the demographics simply changing?
I can't find it now, but I seem to recall an article with Bob Hamman saying that the average age of the ACBL member has been steadily increasing since the 50s. Is that right and is the data available? Here in the UK the majority of clubs are not ...
Forgive and forget?
David, is it ProBridge you were thinking of? http://www.pro-bridge.co.uk/
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Forgive and forget?
If an organisation isn't prepared to change itself and there is a majority of end users (top bridge players they directly serve with tournaments etc), then one option, drastic as it may be, is to form a replacement with support of their primary stakeholders, which in the case of ...
Forgive and forget?
If the situation with the WBF leadership is so unsatisfactory, can't some of the top class players and well-known personalities get together and make a joint statement, perhaps an open letter to the WBF and their NBOs to really show the strength of feeling, demands, etc? It's great ...
Forgive and forget?
Reminds me of the world cycling (UCI) presidency saga, a few years back, when the incumbent McQuaid who had presided over the Lance Armstrong debacle, failing the women's sport and its organisations own financial irregularities, largesse and non-transparency, had wanted a 3rd term and nearly got it. https://www ...
Improving vugraph
Coming back to watching Vugraph this week (World Champs in Lyon) after a 3 year haitus from bridge, it seems that not much has changed in this time. Did any of the ideas on this thread get implemented in Vugraph? anywhere else? It still stumps me how such a widely ...
English tournament entries
To Alan Frank's point above, why not rotate amongst a manageable number of locations, say 3-4 for the UK? If they are all fairly central to the UK, but not too close (keeping the historic south coast location), then you wouldn't be penalising* players unnecessarily, every year, from ...
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