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Shiang Chen
Shiang Chen
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Basic Information

Member Since
Nov. 10, 2014
Last Seen
Jan. 20
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Just a beginner who likes Bridge.  I'm always up for games on BBO when I'm free shiang is the ID.  I am however a top notch hearthstone player, finished 8th in the Americas less than a year ago.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Striping a hand and forcing an expert player to ruff his partner's winner high or ruffing my loser high while I promoted my trumps in hand and dummy. When I was brand new to ACBL did a strip endplay in 3nt based off of auction and droping a stiff K to win bracket 2.
BBO Username
shiang
ACBL Ranking
None
shiang chen
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Shiang Chen & John McCormic
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Andrzej Matuszewski's bidding problem: 5 QJ9 KQJ87 J987
I very much dislike forcing free bids. Creates all sorts of problems with intermediate/constructive hands. Pass, 3nt and 4h seems to be the choices. Would you say 3 showed extras? If so then 4 , if not then pass.
Bernard Yomtov's bidding problem: A4 98 KT95 QJ963
You need to tell us if it's take out or penalty oriented. Do you play x as penalty oriented and 4nt as take out?
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: K AKQT743 --- A9873
Abstain Opened 2 .
Bob Munson's bidding problem: K T987642 KQ KQ4
2 , it's still a 7 card suit... We only got a 9 count though -1 for the stiff K of spades. Would you overcall a 9 count 6 card suit? Hum... hard to say.
Bob Munson's bidding problem: K T987642 KQ KQ4
I would just leave the xx in. There's nowhere to run.
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: --- AKQ932 6 AJ6542
Kieran did you take into account partner passed 3 ? If he doubled 3 for penalty then I now pass. But he didn't.
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: --- AKQ932 6 AJ6542
5 . Some commons sense should prevail here. We only got 3 losers here. Partner didn't double 3 and now doubles 4 thinking we got a bigger hand. But our hand is strictly offensive with very little defensive values. If you say "trust partner". Then you should ...
Jack Spear's bidding problem: Q8765432 Q 32 32
Not sure Crash is as effective over 2 as 1 .
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: --- Jx Ax AKQTxxxxx
Where are the spades? 5 .
Winston Chang's bidding problem: QT6 976 Q5 KQJ64
If partner had a good hand should start with something like 2 . Then bid 3 . I no 2 is usually Michels but I like allowing for exceptions with que bids.
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