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Sylvia Shi
Sylvia Shi
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 24, 2011
Last Seen
March 17
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Quote from a friend who was learning bridge:

"remind me again who like the bridge dude is who makes all the wrong decisions but they turn out for the best

it was like retarded bunny or something"

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
7hxx 2940 off two cashers
Bridge Accomplishments
1st lebhar imp pairs, mixed Swiss 2015, gnt c 2012, world championship 2016
Regular Bridge Partners
Daniel korbel, Beth Palmer, Pamela granovetter
Favorite Tournaments
The nationals
Favorite Conventions
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
Shi-Berkowitz precision
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Jane and Sylvia
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Ban Collusive Cheaters For Life
Totally agree. If you have been a collusive cheater and you wish to still play the game, NOTHING is stopping you from playing bridge at the kitchen table with your friends. A ban from competitive bridge is not the same as a ban from bridge. If you decided to turn ...
Open Honolulu Discussion Thread
Dave, Hawaii has great food. You are about a 10-15 minute walk from a ton of options, pretty of all of them good. Don't eat in the Hawaiian village. If you go south, there is the Waikiki area which is more touristy. The further north you head the more ...
Poker anyone?
I don't think I've ever seen four of a kind in the end position. I've had three of a kind of few times (most recently 3 9s, but they were all winners :D) See you in Memphis!
Should players be allowed to compete in a second USBC after qualifying?
I would like to stress that if someone could guarantee qualification in an event, I think it's totally fair that they play in that event and do not participate in any future trials. But you don't know if you are going to qualify or not! The big problem ...
Changes to Trials Policy
Hi Joann, I made a long post in the team trials committee forum addressing many of these concerns as well as the pros of the new policy. Maybe you can ask for access to the forum? I'm not sure if there's some way I can forward the post ...
Playing and Planning for the 2019 USBCs
There are other scenarios that may cause a "real" team to not be the team that ends up going to the worlds. For example, in 2016, one of my teammates died before the worlds. Is it unfair to the opponents that we just got to replace her with someone of ...
Playing and Planning for the 2019 USBCs
The easy way to prevent this from occurring is just to not allow it to occur. If I want to play in the mixed trials after winning womens, I have to play mixed worlds, end of story. If I don't qualify, I will play the event I already qualified ...
Playing and Planning for the 2019 USBCs
There are a lot of ways to work on this in future years. Maybe in future years WBF will have the Mixed teams not run alongside the other events and then it will even be a mostly moot point. :) I like my scheduling I proposed to Matt Granovetter a couple ...
Playing and Planning for the 2019 USBCs
Or you could still run the event from most prestigious to least to reduce the number of people who would even want to continue playing. Anyway, I think apart from Open, you would find people who would prefer playing in any event to any other event. So it's pretty ...
Playing and Planning for the 2019 USBCs
I believe that you should run the Opens, then the Mixed, then the Womens/Seniors simultaneously. You run the Open event first because it's Open. Everyone can play in it and should not have to choose between it and any other event. If you win the Opens, you play ...

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