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Weishu Wu
Weishu Wu
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Member Since
July 28, 2011
Last Seen
17 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Serious bridge player. Used to play only a couple of NABCs and local regionals each year but now playing more local sectionals and club games. Having about 2500 master points about a quarter of which are platinum points. 

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The most enjoyable tournament so far is the World Championship Series held in Sanya, China in 2014. The favorite bridge memory is 1998 Fall NABC Reisinger BAM. Playing with Peter Sun, Qinqin Wang, and Jiang Chen as our first try of the event, we ended up with 11th in the semi-final, less than 0.5 from making to the cut of the final 10. Still, this was my first time to play behind screens and against many world class players.

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The craziest tournament I played so far was the Irvine Regional 2014. While still working on all weekdays, I managed to play all 7 days, with 7 different partners.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
1998 Fall NABC Reisinger. As my first try of the event, we ended up in 11th in the semi-final, less than 0.5 from making to the cut to the final 10.
Bridge Accomplishments
Swiss: 5th in 2006 Spring NABC. Pair games: 6th in 2000 Summer NABC LMP with a pickup partner from partnership desk. KO: first in 2013 GNT-A
Favorite Tournaments
World Championship Series
Favorite Conventions
Kickback RKC
BBO Username
weishu1
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
Copy of Miller
2 over 1 game forcing except responder bids 2!c
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Which card do you play at trick 4?
I feel a little better to see so many people here voted for a diamond shift. That probably explains why my partner, East, was so upset after I simply played the last . I think this sets up two tricks in , or 1 plus my 10, while playing ...
Which card do you play at trick 4?
Phil, want to guess again the result? What if I give you another clue:East had SJ too. I’m not sure this is a safe assumption from declarer’s play on trick 3
Which card do you play at trick 4?
Just fixed it. Thanks David for proof-reading
Which card do you play at trick 4?
So far a diamond is the overwhelming choice. Can I conclude that playing the third heart is a hopeless choice? If you agree, please ‘like’ this comment
Which card do you play at trick 4?
That might be a good choice too. But at the table, this trick was played too fast for West to duck smoothly
Which card do you play at trick 4?
EW use udca. At trick 1, dummy played 4 and declarer played 9.
Help! A second Wuhan Transnational post
I will be in China during that time frame (9/21-10/3) but I have no good partner. In case you need only 1 more I can arrange my trip to stop by WuHan. Good luck!
GNT D. 22 GNT Fiasco. The official ruling
I was expecting or hoping for a ruling from the district like this: Declare team Gupta as the winner as all the other alternatives seem not practical: sending two teams to Vegas, or having a playoff on site or online, or finding enough grounds to declare finn’s team as ...
GNT D. 22 GNT Fiasco. The official ruling
I also played that year. I clearly remembered there were six teams divided two groups. The reason I remember it clearly is I was stupid enough to assume two teams, instead of only one team instead, would advance to day 2. My team was in the same group of Phil ...
GNT D. 22 GNT Fiasco. The official ruling
Some don’t want to spend the money and/time to play for the 3rd place. And some don’t want to be the the 4th, leaving for home empty handed. I just realized this 12 days ago
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