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Yu Chang
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Member Since
Sept. 16, 2013
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10 hours ago
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Yu and Frank
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Yu and other partners
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Yu and Shirley
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Law on Bidding after Pause
Hi, Ray, I have said the following a few times: I want to make it very clear that not only I did not want to create UI, I was trying to avoid it. If that is not clear enough. My pause was to avoid making it look like a penalty ...
Law on Bidding after Pause
@Max, The thing is, I thought I paused a moment to be within normal tempo. I admit I might be a little too self conscious and waited a little too long. But I still did not think that was out of normal range. Your example of leading a singleton was ...
Law on Bidding after Pause
@James, No harm feeling at all. I did not think you were but thanks for clarifying it.
Law on Bidding after Pause
Thanks to everyone who had answered and helped. I want to make it clear that I wanted to double for penalty as soon as the opponent made the bid. My hand was Q98x T KQx ATxxx, partner had already bid 1H and 2D, so I will have a easy first ...
Law on Bidding after Pause
@Reha, I had already explained that my partner had 0553 shape and would always pull even if the double is for penalty. Our agreement is the double would be cooperate double, he would pass with a less distributive hand. There is no way I am going to be annoyed by ...
Law on Bidding after Pause
@Paul, you are correct. I was trying to avoid UI, not to create UI. @james, There is no honor to cheat. Sorry for the confusion. I tried to fix that sentence but it is too late now.
Law on Bidding after Pause
@Ray I do not wait for 10 seconds (I knew what ACBL asks) after skip bid. I waited for about 5. That is still within the range of my normal tempo. My pause was to avoid double instantly to show everyone in the world that I am doing a penalty ...
Law on Bidding after Pause
Thanks to everyone who had come here to help. Knowing the law better will help me to decide how to behave next time. Read below on what went through my mind at the table ... My hand was S Q98x H 10 D KQx C Axxxx. The double was meant for ...
Yu Chang's bidding problem: 6 AK83 AJT753 AK
Sorry, it was match point. I will fix this when I figure out how to do it.
Do you always use the stop card, even when the opponents are very unlikely to bid?
I am in ACBL. A lot of players leave the stop card on the table for 5-10 sec after they make the bid. I agree with some of the comments that leaving the card on the table is a distraction.
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