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Li-Chung Chen
Li-Chung Chen
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 8, 2010
Last Seen
9 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
3rd in 2016 Platinum Pairs
Regular Bridge Partners
Walter Lee, Sarah Youngquist, Ari Greenberg, Adam Meyerson
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Sapphire Life Master
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Should This NLM Stay in his Lane?
If anyone cares, both sides were vulnerable and this was a matchpoint pairs event.
Li-Chung Chen's bidding problem: QT972 93 KJT4 A8
Please note that this is matchpoints. Would you bid or plan to bid differently at IMPs?
USA juniors victorious in Croatia
Also shoutouts to "The Canadians" For winning the U21 team bronze. This team actually consists of two Canadians (Hao Zhen Dong, Bo Han Zhu) and two Americans (Finn Kolesnik, Harrison Anders Luba).
USA juniors victorious in Croatia
Also for the record, this hand had the diamonds 9 and 7. These were important cards when declaring.
USA juniors victorious in Croatia
Congratulations to the team and very well done! Of course David fails to mention that this hand was dealer at favorable.
Update from world youth championships
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Update from world youth championships
Congratulations to SIVY B for winning the gold medal!!!!! Very well done!
Memphis Motions
Hi A.J., I'm glad to hear that the Flying Pig Pairs Championship was started and that you're working toward keeping it alive. I trust that you did computations to determine that the new proposal, if it would increase the table count used to compute the awards in ...
Memphis Motions
Hi Stu, I'm fairly sure that lower overall awards are computed according to page 10 of . For events of two or more sessions, the first few overall awards are 75% of the next higher place, and afterward the awards are computed by ...
Memphis Motions
(replied at the wrong place)

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