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1 DAILY BULLETIN Coordinator: SANYA CHINA 10 TH 25 TH OCTOBER 2014 Jean-Paul Meyer Editors: Mark Horton, Brent Manley Co-Editors: Micke Melander, Barry Rigal, David Stern Lay-Out Editor: Monica Kummel Photos: Francesca Canali Issue No. 2 Sunday, 12th October 2014 POWER PLAY The Red Bull booth Playing like they want to wrap up the Mixed Teams championship before the qualifying rounds end, the team captained by Sjoert Brink stands undefeated after eight matches and a full match ahead of the second-place squad. Brink, of the Netherlands, is playing with Cecilia Rimstedt of Sweden and Russians Alexander Dubinin, Andrey Gromov, Victoria Gromova and Tatiana Ponomareva. The team had only two close matches, winning by an average margin of IMPs and averaging victory points per round (20-point scale). Today features more Swiss qualifying. Head-to-head play begins on Monday. Watching bridge in Sanya If you want to watch the bridge play during the 14th Red Bull World Bridge Series, here s how you do it on OurGame: Go to the website and follow the instructions: The main site will be set to jump to the second website: Requirements: Adobe flash plugin. Find three matches per session on Ourgame and three on BBO!!! Today s Schedule Mixed Teams Semifinal A & B

2 14th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES Sanya, China WORLD BRIDGE FEDERATION Medical & Prevention Commission Gabriele PW (Chair), Aubry Y, Capelli G, Jelmoni G, Mikkelsen F, Stomphorst J, Gudge A (Secr.) After Lille, Bali and Istanbul, we continue the project Mind & Health play together, aimed at increasing the level of knowledge and information for the players, on the part of the WBF and to provide the best possible cooperation with the IOC. Therefore, we invite all players to collaborate in this initiative. We understand that your time is valuable and the rest periods are short so we will try to be brief during the interviews and not disturb you too much. We hereby publish a list of bookings, taking into account the number of players in Mixed Teams, and inviting the players in teams made up of 6 or 5 athletes who are resting in the first two days (Oct. 11 and 12) to come for the interview. On the third day (Oct. 13) we will be available for extra interviews and we kindly ask players who can spare the time to volunteer to assist us in this important work. Thanks in advance for your cooperation. BOOKING LIST Day 2 DAY 2 - Sunday 12th October Phase: MIXED TEAMS SEMIFINAL A & B MORNING Round 1 09:30-09:50: SALVO (Mixed Team - Player #1) 09:30-09:50: SALVO (Mixed Team - Player #2) 09:50-10:10: SANSHA SATELLITE TV (Mixed Team - Player #1) 09:50-10:10: SANSHA SATELLITE TV (Mixed Team - Player #2) 10:10-10:30: SANYA-HONGYE (Mixed Team - Player #1) 10:10-10:30: SANYA-HONGYE (Mixed Team - Player #2) Round 2 10:50-11:10: SHANGAI YITONG (Mixed Team - Player #1) 10:50-11:10: SHANGAI YITONG (Mixed Team - Player #2) 11:10-11:30: SHENZEN (Mixed Team - Player #1) 11:10-11:30: SHENZEN (Mixed Team - Player #2) 11:30-11:50: SHENZEN NANGANG POWER (Mixed Team - Player #1) 11:30-11:50: SHENZEN NANGANG POWER (Mixed Team - Player #2) Round 3 12:10-12:30: SHENZEN PINGAN (Mixed Team - Player #1) 12:10-12:30: SHENZEN PINGAN (Mixed Team - Player #2) 12:30-12:50: SUZHOUTAIHU (Mixed Team - Player #1) 12:30-12:50: SUZHOUTAIHU (Mixed Team - Player #2) 12:50-13:10: TIANJIN CONTRACT BRIDGE ASSOC. TEAM (Mixed Team - Player #1) 12:50-13:10: TIANJIN CONTRACT BRIDGE ASSOC. TEAM (Mixed Team - Player #2) AFTERNOON Round 4 14:10-14:30: WEST VIP (Mixed Team - Player #1) 14:10-14:30: WEST VIP (Mixed Team - Player #2) 14:30-14:50: XBA (Mixed Team - Player #1) 14:30-14:50: XBA (Mixed Team - Player #2) 14:50-15:10: YEH MIX (Mixed Team - Player #1) 14:50-15:10: YEH MIX (Mixed Team - Player #2) Round 5 15:30-15:50: ZHIHAOLE (Mixed Team - Player #1) 15:30-15:50: ZHIHAOLE (Mixed Team - Player #2) 15:50-16:10: BEIJING TRINERGY (Mixed Team - Player #1) 15:50-16:10: BRIDGE ASSOCIATION OF FUJIAN PROVINCE (Mixed Team - Player #1) 16:10-16:30: DALIAN (Mixed Team - Player #1) 16:10-16:30: GOTARD (Mixed Team - Player #1) Round 6 16:50-17:10: GUANGZHOU ZHAOHENG I (Mixed Team - Player #1) 16:50-17:10: GUANGZHOU ZHAOHENG II (Mixed Team - Player #1) 17:10-17:30: HEILONGJIANG TEAM (Mixed Team - Player #1) 17:10-17:30: HEY HO (Mixed Team - Player #1) 17:30-17:50: MASTER MINDS (Mixed Team - Player #1) 17:30-17:50: MEIKUANGTIXIE (Mixed Team - Player #1) Round 7 18:10-18:30: PAN-CHINA (Mixed Team - Player #1) 18:10-18:30: PERTAMINA EP BLUE (Mixed Team - Player #1) 18:30-18:50: PERTAMINA EP RED (Mixed Team - Player #1) 18:30-18:50: PING AN CHINA (Mixed Team - Player #1) 18:50-19:10: REDBULL (Mixed Team - Player #1) 18:50-19:10: SHANDONGPUSHI TEAM (Mixed Team - Player #1) Round 8 19:30-19:50: SOUL (Mixed Team - Player #1) 19:30-19:50: THE LOCOMOTIVE SPORTS ASSOC. TEAM (Mixed Team - Player #1) 19:50-20:10: YUNNAN (Mixed Team - Player #1) 2

3 10th - 25th October th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES REVISED SCHEDULE Monday 13th October Tuesday 14th October Mixed Teams Round of 32 Mixed Pairs Qualification Mixed Teams Round of 8 Mixed Pairs Qualification Mixed Teams Round of Mixed Teams Semifinal Wednesday 15th October Thursday 16th October Mixed Teams Final Mixed Pairs Semifinal A&B Mixed Pairs Final A Mixed Pairs Final B Friday 17th October Saturday 18th October Sunday 19th October Monday 20th October Mixed Pairs Final A Open Teams Qualification Open Teams Semifinal A&B Open Teams Round of Open Teams Round of Women & Senior Teams Women & Senior Teams Wednesday 22nd October Thursday 23rd October Open Teams Round of 8 Open Pairs Qualification Open Teams Final Open Pairs Semifinal A & B Open Teams Semifinal Women & Senior Teams Women & Senior Pairs Women & Senior Teams Women & Senior Pairs Friday 24th October Open Pairs Final A Open Pairs Final B Open Pairs Final A Women & Senior Pairs Saturday 25th October Women & Senior Teams Women & Senior Pairs 3

4 14th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES Sanya, China The Man Could Play Tony Priday, one of England s top players for several decades, died three days ago at age 92. Among his many friends was Maureen Hiron, who published several deals played by Priday in the Independent. Three of them are presented here. Dealer West. Both Vul [ A 5 4 ] { A 7 5 } Q J 8 3 [ J 6 N [ Q 7 2 ] Q ] A K J { Q { J 10 9 }4 S }K [ K ]4 { K 6 4 } A When one opponent pre-empts and the suit is raised by the other, the suspicion is that you are being talked out of something. In spite of the vulnerability, Tony Priday, seated South, came in with Three Spades after West opened with a weak Two Hearts and East raised. North, with some useful-looking cards, raised to Four Spades, and West led the ten of hearts to East s king. South ruffed the ace of hearts continuation, then played a spade to dummy s ace. Priday now ruffed dummy s last heart, then cashed the king of spades. Everything was going well, and all that remained was to find the king of clubs onside, and with a reasonable break in that suit as well, the game would make. Dummy was accessed with the ace of diamonds and the queen of clubs played. It held, but when South followed with the club jack, East covered and West showed out. Now the reason for Priday s precaution in ruffing dummy s third heart became evident. He cashed his king of diamonds then made the key play, exiting with his last diamond. If West wins with the queen he is endplayed. On the forced red-suit return, declarer can ruff in dummy, while discarding his losing low club in hand. If East takes the trick with the jack, he can cash the queen of spades, removing both declarer s and dummy s last trumps but must then lead a club, giving declarer the last two tricks and the contract. Dealer South. E/W Vul. [ Q 7 4 ] { Q } A Q 4 [ N [ J 6 5 ] ]Q J { 3 { } K S } J 8 [ A K ] A K { A K J 6 4 }6 Most of the pairs were in Six Hearts, and all bar one went down. It was just my bad luck to be playing against the best player in the club, Tony Priday. He was the only one to make the slam, and I got a bottom. Overhearing this, I went in search of the maestro himself to obtain further and better particulars. West led the ten of spades, and when dummy descended, Priday was quietly confident. It was a good slam, requiring the trump suit to play for no more than one loser. South won the lead in hand, and when Priday played the ace of hearts, the 5-0 break came to light. Declarer appreciated that the slam could be made only if East held at least three diamonds. At trick three, a low heart went to dummy s nine and East s jack. Back came a spade to the king. A diamond to the ten was followed by the eight of hearts, to the queen and king. The diamond ace was cashed, and when West showed out, the path home was lit. As South needed two diamond discards in hand, the club finesse was necessary. Dummy s diamond queen was cashed and declarer s last two diamonds went away on the club ace and spade queen. continued on page

5 10th - 25th October th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES Early problems in Sanya by Micke Melander In the first round of the mixed teams NUNES, one of the possible favorites to win the tournament was drawn to play against the MASTERMIND team from Hong Kong. Board one immediately created several problems for the players. Board 1. Dealer North. None Vul. [ K J 8 7 ] A 7 2 { K 6 5 } J 6 5 [ 9 5 N [ A 3 ] K 9 3 ] Q J 10 5 { A 8 2 { Q J 7 4 } A K Q 10 2 S } [ Q ] { } 8 3 Open Room Ling Nunes Yeung Quinn 1} Pass 1[ Dbl 2[ 3] Pass 4] All Pass Closed Room Fantoni Lam Compton Ling 1} Pass Pass 1NT Pass 2} Pass 2{ Pass 2NT Pass 3NT All Pass Shawn Quinn and Claudio Nunes Ling and Yeung did very well in the Open Room to avoid getting to three no trump and instead opted to play in four hearts on a 4-3 fit. Four Hearts had eleven tricks when the defense led clubs. Even worse for declarer in three no trump was that even if the king of diamonds had been onside, it still would not have guaranteed enough tricks to make the contract when the defense attacked spades. That would have been an easy opening lead in the Open Room since Quinn had found a One Spade bid on that poor hand In the Closed Room Fantoni overcalled with 1NT in fourth seat when the one club opening was passed round to him. Lam managed to put his fingers on the seven of spades, Fantoni ducked, won the second round and tried a heart to the king and North s ace. When the defense had blocked their spades, Fantoni had his ninth trick in the bag. What looked like a big score and great start for the MASTERMIND team from Hong Kong eventually only created 2 IMPs. The only big swing of the match came on board three. Board 3. Dealer South. EW Vul. [ K J 9 3 ] Q 5 { Q 10 4 } Q [ Q 7 2 N [ A 8 4 ] J 10 8 ] K 7 6 { A J { K } A 2 S } K 9 8 [ ] A { 9 } J Open Room Ling Nunes Yeung Quinn Pass 1{ Pass 2{ 2] Pass Pass 3NT All Pass Closed Room Fantoni Lam Compton Ling Pass 1} Pass 1{ Pass 1NT Pass 3NT All Pass In the Closed Room Fantoni had an easy time when he received a spade as the opening lead. He won with the queen, set up the diamonds, and when North got in with the queen of diamonds and shifted to a club Fantoni won 5

6 14th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES Sanya, China That Man Could Play; continued from page 4. Dummy held the {7 and }4. East s cards were the ] 7 5. Priday was left with the ]10 6. Priday could play either card from dummy and catch East in a trump coup. Note that the slam makes if East s club and spade cards were reversed. Fulvio Fantini and Donna Compton in dummy, cashed out his diamonds and led the jack of hearts which went to the queen, king and ace. Now the ninth trick was set up for declarer, and in fact he got ten tricks when South discarded too many hearts on the diamonds so that the hearts produced two tricks. In the Open Room Quinn made an aggressive overcall of two hearts which probably made Yeung go wrong in her choice of lines as declarer. A spade would have been killing, but South opted for her second suit and led the six of clubs which went to the two, queen and king. Three rounds of diamonds followed, South discarding hearts to put Nunes on lead. Another clubs was led, and declarer won in dummy and cashed out the diamonds, leaving the following position: [ K J 9 ] Q 5 { } 10 [ Q 7 2 N [ A 8 ] J 10 8 ] K 7 6 { { } S } 8 [ 10 6 ] A 9 { } J 7 When declarer now called for the jack of hearts from dummy and Nunes smoothly followed low, declarer put up the king! The defense was now able to cash out the clubs and attack the spades while still having a stopper in hearts. That took the contract one down. 12 IMPs to the NUNES team who won the match by 13-4, which earned the NUNES team VPs out of the 20 available. Dealer North. Both Vul. [ A K ] 8 4 { A } J 7 [ J 4 N [ Q 10 6 ] K ] J { { K Q } K Q S } A [ ] A Q 7 { J } I have never before been given a hand that was played some seventy years ago and by the person who originally played it. Tony Priday is one of the elder statesmen on the bridge world scene. Now 85, he began playing bridge at prep school, where the pupils used Mah Jong tiles in place of cards, as bridge was frowned upon. In 1937, Priday was a mere stripling of 15 when he played this hand at Eltham Golf Club. Contract bridge was in its infancy, and the bidding was certainly antiquated by today s standards. North opened One Spade and South, Priday, jumped to Four Diamonds, raised to Five Diamonds. West led the king of clubs: Seven from dummy. East overtook with the ace, doubtless hoping to hold the trick and push a heart through. But Priday ruffed with the diamond six, then played the seven to the ace, finding that East held a trump trick. Now came Priday s master play the jack of clubs on which he discarded a spade. On lead with the club queen, West was impotent, and Priday was able to ruff the third spade, setting up spades for two heart discards from hand. He proceeded to dislodge East s diamond king, and could then enter dummy by overtaking the trump two with dummy s three, to access the two established spades. And what if East had not overtaken dummy s club king at trick one? Priday would have allowed the king to hold, discarding a low spade from hand. 6

7 10th - 25th October th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES If by any chance you have dropped in on the Red Bull Championships from the Planet Mars (should that be Red Bull Planet Mars?) I ll mention that my title relates to the best-selling band in the history of pop music (with over 600 million record sales worldwide) the legendary Beatles. They acquired the nickname the Fab Four as Beatlemania grew in Britain, and by early 1964 they had become international stars, leading the British Invasion of the United States pop market. The Fab Four would be a good name for a bridge team (too late, I have already registered the copyright) and before the Mixed Teams started I took a look at the team lists in an attempt to form an opinion as to who might win. Here are my six to follow (don t blame me if you lose your shirts) from China, Red Bull & Yeh Mix, from the USA, Diamond & Joel, a Monaco/USA combination, Nunes and a truly Transnational squad with players from England, Germany, Netherlands, Turkey & USA, Salvo. When the matches for Round 1 were posted I noticed that they included Salvo v Meikuangtixie so I settled down to watch - and completely coincidentally Francesca produced a couple of great photos from the Open Room which showed the friendly spirit that prevailed. Board 1. Dealer North. EW Vul. [ K J 8 7 ] A 7 2 { K 6 5 } J 6 5 [ 9 5 N [ A 3 ] K 9 3 ] Q J 10 5 { A 8 2 { Q J 7 4 } A K Q 10 2 S } [ Q ] { } 8 3 Open Room Liu Mahmood Yang Michielsen 1} Pass 1[ Pass 2[ All Pass The Fab Four by Mark Horton SALVO v MEIKUANGTIXE: Marion Michielsen, Zia Mahmood, Xiangdong Liu, Jinghui Yang With South making use of the world s most used Bols Bridge Tip (don t be afraid to respond) N/S stole the pot, although given that it is not easy for West to get into the bidding (Barry Rigal observed that a natural 2} would be one way) and even then EW would be doing very well to reach 4], it is not clear how significant an advantage this conferred. 2[ drifted one down, -50. Closed Room Welland Long Auken Gong 1} All Pass Facing a partner who would have bid at the drop of a hat (and was possibly short in clubs) West was content to let matters rest. There are ten tricks available in clubs - unluckily for the declarer it was the defenders who amassed them, down five, -250 and 5 IMPs to Salvo. Considerable technical problems meant that I was unable to give more than a passing glance to the remaining deals of the match, although I did notice that in the Open Room South was able to start with a Multi 2{ on both [1065 ]A9432 {9 }J763 and [A ]864 {- }7632. I guess if anyone asked South how strong her weak two might be she could reply It all depends on Mah Mood. 7

8 14th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES Sanya, China Round Two by Barry Rigal Board 8. Dealer West. None Vul. [ A K ]4 { 10 } 9 3 [6 N [2 ] A J ] Q { 3 { A J } A K S } J 2 [ Q J ] K 10 { K Q } Q Buras Hampson Sarniak Meyers 1] 4[ 5] Pass Pass 5[ Dble Pass 6] Pass Pass Dble All Pass Meyers guessed badly at her final turn, but it is easy to sympathize with her choice. Had slam been one down she would have been picking up the same number of IMPs she might have lost via a phantom sacrifice. Still, though it is easy to be wise after the event, given that the opponents were quite likely to have a spade void for this auction, maybe the double was unwise. Declarer guessed trumps of course, and had no trouble collecting +1210, good for only a 6 IMP gain when The Levins were allowed to play slam undoubled against Narkiewicz- Sakowska. Jill Meyers and Geoff Hampson Jacek Pszczola and Meike Wortel Not all N/S pairs went minus here. For example Pepsi (Jacek Pszczola), playing with Meike Wortel reached 5[x after an auction in which East had shown diamonds and a heart fit. East led {A and shifted to ]Q...not a bad idea in abstract. But when Pepsi ducked, an uncharitable commentator would deduce that either West s signal or East s brain was not up to the task. A heart continuation saw declarer ruff and draw trumps before pitching both clubs on the good diamonds. And that was +650! Board 10. Dealer East. Both Vul. [ J 2 ] K Q 5 4 { K Q 10 9 } Q 10 9 [ 8 5 N [ A ] J ] A 3 { { } A J 5 S } [ K Q ] 7 6 { A J 3 } K 3 2 Buras Hampson Sarniak Meyers Pass 1NT* Pass 2} Pass 2[ Pass 3NT All Pass 1NT plus upgrades 8

9 10th - 25th October 2014 Meyers was in the hot seat again on the lead of the ]J. Personally I d have thought ducking to be the indicated play, but who am I to argue with the world s current number one at anything let alone the world s top-ranked woman bridge player. Meyers covered and the defenders could now set up clubs and come to four hearts and two aces without any pain. In the other room 3NT by North on a club lead had nine winners simply by setting up spades. Joel had 13 IMPs, and led by 18, winning eventually by 14. In an identical position to Meyers (after 1[-2{-2NT-3NT) Disa Eythorsdottir received the ]J lead and did duck. When she covered the next heart a suit preference ]8 from East, West won and shifted to a club. That had the effect of putting West in to set up hearts, but simultaneously gave declarer her ninth winner when the [A was where it needed to be. If East had overruled her partner and exited with a diamond, Disa might have had to find the }J for herself to bring in the ninth trick. Board 14. Dealer North. None Vul. [ 7 6 ] 4 2 { } [ Q J N [ A 4 ] ] K J { - { A K Q J } A J 7 S } 10 [ K 2 ] A Q { 9 2 } K Q 9 Buras Hampson Sarniak Meyers Pass 1{ 1] 3]* Pass 4NT Pass 5} Pass 5[ All Pass 3] Invitational 6+ spades Sarniak was in the right place at the right time here. Having elected to open 1{ she found the good spades opposite and elected to simplify matters with keycard, reaching 5[ the right way up technically the par contract. On a top club lead she won and took a spade finesse. Meyers won her [K and had no winning option. She chose to play ace and a second heart and Sarniak won and cashed two diamonds to pitch two losers, ruffed a diamond, ruffed a club with the [A and claimed Though this was essentially a flat board, I thought E/W had done very well on a deal that caught out a large percentage of the field. 14th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES 7.2 Mobile Phones and Electronic Devices Mobile phones and electronic devices may not be taken into the playing area and toilets. WBF General Conditions of Contest 2014 Page 13 Any player, captain or coach bringing a mobile phone and or electronic device into the playing area and toilets will cause his team to be fined 2 VPs, (or 6 IMPs in a knockout match) or, in the case of pairs events, will result in his partnership being fined 25% of the matchpoints available on a board during the session, plus in all cases, a monetary fine, the amount of which will be announced to the participants before the start of the event. This penalty is mandatory. Failure to pay the fine will result in the player being prohibited from playing. The Head Tournament Director may, at his discretion, prohibit a player from bringing other equipment into the playing area. Anyone entering the playing area may be required to comply with procedures put in place by the WBF for the detection of such electronic equipment. See also Section 27.2 for restrictions pertaining to spectators. The Head Tournament Director will arrange for random checks of players, captains and coaches to ensure that there is compliance with these prohibitions. Refusal to submit to these checks will bar the individual concerned from entry to the playing area and toilet area, and from remaining there. Refusal to submit to these checks will result in the individual being barred from the playing area and toilet area for the duration of the match or until such time as the Head Tournament Director, in consultation with the Championship Committee, shall decide. Video Corner Soon online: watch our video broadcasts! Find the links on No smoking or drinking policy Please be reminded that smoking and drinking is prohibited at any time and in any place during sessions. If you do, an automatic penalty of 2VPs plus 100US$ will be applied. 9

10 14th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES Sanya, China MIXED TEAMS ROSTER ATABEY ARONOV Victor (Bulgaria), ATABEY Yalcin (Turkey), SEMERCI Umran (Turkey), ZOBU Ahu (Turkey) BARR BARR Ronnie (Israel), CHENG Qiang (China), GINOSSAR Eldad (Israel), HOU Yunyan (China) BEIJING CENTURY WEIDA CONG Jie (China), DU Yuehua (China), QIN Yue (China), SHI Jian (China), SHI Jian (China) captain, BEIJING TRINERGY LI Xiaoyi (China), LU Dong (China), SUN Shaolin (China), WANG Yanhong (China), YAN Ru (China), WANG Yanhong (China) captain BEYOND LI Xubo (China), YU Xiuting (China), ZHANG Runnan (China), ZHANG Yizhuo (China) BINKIE CALLAGHAN Brian (England), DAWSON Jane (Australia), DUCKWORTH Christine (England), GILL Peter (Australia) BLING CHAN Chung Wai Terence (China Hong Kong), CHEUNG L. Fu (China Hong Kong), FOK Wing Hung (China Hong Kong), HO Irene (China Hong Kong) BRIDGE ASSOCIATION OF FUJIAN P GAO Peicheng (China), XU Peifeng (China), YOU Suhua (China), ZHANG Haixiong (China), ZHANG Haixiong (China) captain, GAO Peicheng (China) coach BRINK BRINK Sjoert (Netherlands), DUBININ Alexander (Russia), GROMOV Andrey (Russia), GROMOVA Victoria (Russia), PONOMAREVA Tatiana (Russia), RIMSTEDT Cecilia (Sweden) BROCK BJERKAN Cheri (U.S.A.), BROCK Sally (England), CHAGAS Gabriel (Brazil), MYERS Barry (England), PAIN Leda (Brazil), WEINSTEIN Howard (U.S.A.) BURGESS BURGESS Stephen (Australia), BURGESS Wendi (Australia), DJUROVIC Nevena (Australia), STERN David (Australia), TITOW Joanne (France), TITOW Kenneth (France), BURGESS Stephen (Australia) captain, CAYNE CAYNE Jimmy (U.S.A.), CAYNE Patricia (U.S.A.), DE FALCO Dano (Italy), OLIVIERI Gabriella (Italy), PAOLUZI Simonetta (Italy), VERSACE Alfredo (Italy) CHIME GARNER Steve (U.S.A.), HENNER Christal (U.S.A.), LI Yiting (China), LIU Jing (China), LIU Jing (China), WANG Jian-Jian (U.S.A.) CHINA PETROLEUM SPORTS ASSCCIA CHEN Wenmin (China), LEI Li (China), TANG Yi (China), YANG Zhaokun (China), YAO Jiangtao (China), ZHANG Xiaomin (China), LUO Cheng (China) captain, WANG Youku (China) coach COFCO YALONG BAY CAO Xueliang (China), CHAI Junyang (China), FAN Cheng Yi (China), LEI Jun (China), ZHAO Yue (China), ZHU Huixia (China), YU Feng (China) captain, CAO Xueliang (China) coach DALIAN LI Xiaoyan (China), SU Nan (China), WU Xia (China), ZHOU Guangbin (China), ZHU Hongwei (China), ZHOU Guangbin (China) captain, ZHOU Guangbin (China) coach, DIAMOND DIAMOND John (U.S.A.), HAMPSON Geoff (U.S.A.), LEVIN Jill (U.S.A.), LEVIN Robert (Bobby) (U.S.A.), MEYERS Jill (U.S.A.), WOLPERT Jenny (U.S.A.) GANZER ARNOLDS Carla (Netherlands), BAKKEREN Ton (Netherlands), GANZER Craig (U.S.A.), PICUS Sue (U.S.A.), THOMPSON Ben (Australia) captain, THOMPSON Jenny (Australia) coach GEELY AUTOMOBILE DAI Jianming (China), GUI Shen Yue (China), WANG Hongli (China), WANG Liping (China), YANG Lixin (China), ZHANG Yu (China), GUI Shen Yue (China) captain, WANG Wen Fei (China) coach GILLIS FUGLESTAD Ann Karin (Norway), GILLIS Simon (England), HARDING Marianne (Norway), SAELENSMINDE Erik (Norway) GLASSON GLASSON Bob (U.S.A.), GLASSON Joann (U.S.A.), JACOBUS Brenda (U.S.A.), JACOBUS Marc (U.S.A.), LEWIS Linda (U.S.A.), LEWIS Paul (U.S.A.) 10

11 10th - 25th October 2014 GOTARD GSRC & S UNITED GZ. ZHAOHENG1 GZ. ZHAOHENG2 HAUGE HEILONGJIANG TEAM HEY YO HUBEI QIAOXIE HUOCHETOU BLUE JILINSHENGQIAOPAIXIEHUI JOEL LUCKY SEVEN LUCKY STAR LYNCH MARVELOUS MASTER MINDS MCALLISTER MCMULLIN MEIKUANGTIXIE MILNER MOSS NORCO NT FEIXIANG 14th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES EGGELING Marie (Germany), GOTARD Barbara (Germany), GOTARD Thomas (Germany), GOTARD Tomasz (Germany), KHANDELWAL Himani (India), KHANDELWAL Rajeev (India), GOTARD Thomas (Germany) captain, CHEN Xioajuan (China), JIANG Haiyan (China), LI Jian (China), XU Fang (China), LI Jian (China) captain, LI Jian (China) coach JIN Ke (China), QI Shengya (China), WU Haotian (China), WU Shaohong (China), ZHU Ping (China), SUN Xudong (China) captain LI Zhenhe (China), LIU Xiaoping (China), SHEN (1) Qi (China), SHENG Ming (China), ZHOU Lihua (China), SUN Xudong (China) captain CICHOCKI Miroslaw (Poland), GUNEV Rossen (Bulgaria), HAUGE Rune (Norway), HOCHEKER Danuta (Poland), MALINOWSKI Anna (Norway), POPOVA Desi (Bulgaria) JING Xu (China), LI Xuefei (China), QIAO Pei (China), YAN Qing (China), YANG Mingshu (China), ZHAO Guorong (China) captain, QIAO Pei (China) coach, BUX Sheik Suleiman (China Hong Kong), CHAN Damon (China Hong Kong), LAU Lawrence H. W. (China Hong Kong), OUYANG Jian Ping (China), WU Yu (China), BUX Sheik Suleiman (China Hong Kong) captain CHEN Xinyi (China), GU Wen (China), LI Zhigang (China), ZHENG Hong (China) JING Ya Ping (China), LI Zhenpeng (China), TAO Jian Hua (China), TAO Shiyong (China), XUE Xiao Li (China), ZHAO Yan (China), JING Ya Ping (China) captain, TAO Jian Hua (China) coach HE Wenjiong (China), JIN Jing (China), JIN Zhan Jie (China), LI Ruihua (China), WEI Yu (China), YANG Hui (China), JIN Jing (China) captain, HE Wenjiong (China) coach BURAS Krzysztof (Poland), JOEL Geeske (U.S.A.), NARKIEWICZ Grzegorz (Poland), SAKOWSKA Natalia (Poland), SARNIAK Anna (Poland), WEINSTEIN Steve (U.S.A.) CHEN Yichao (China), CHEN Zhi Hao (China), WANG Wei (China), ZHANG Xiaoxia (China), CHEN Zhi Hao (China) captain, FU Xueming (China) coach CHEN Liulin (China), LEI Liangshui (China), YANG Jiahong (China), YING Hong (China), LEI Liangshui (China) captain, YING Hong (China) coach CHEEK Curtis (U.S.A.), CHEEK Disa (U.S.A.), DEAS Lynn (U.S.A.), LYNCH Carolyn (U.S.A.), PASSELL Mike (U.S.A.), WOLD Eddie (U.S.A.) ENGEL Berthold (Luxembourg), LARA Maria Joao (Portugal), NEHMERT Pony Beate (Germany), OREY CAPUCHO Manuel d' (Portugal), VECHIATTO Claudia (Germany), YUEN Michael (Canada), NEHMERT Pony Beate (Germany) captain, LAM Henry (China Hong Kong), LING Pauline (China Hong Kong), LING Roger (China Hong Kong), YEUNG Amy (China Hong Kong), YEUNG Mario (China Hong Kong), YEUNG Mario (China Hong Kong) captain BILDE Dennis (Denmark), MADSEN Christina Lund (Denmark), MCALLISTER John (U.S.A.), ZUR-CAMPANILE Migry (U.S.A.) KORBEL Daniel (Canada), MCMULLIN Gray (Canada), NYSTROM Samantha (Canada), SHI Sylvia (U.S.A.) GONG Wangying (China), LIU Xiangdong (China), LONG Hao (China), WU Ruijun (China), YANG Jinghui (China), LIU Xiangdong (China) captain, LONG Hao (China) coach, HAMMAN Petra (U.S.A.), LALL Hemant (U.S.A.), MILNER Reese (U.S.A.), PSZCZOLA Jacek (U.S.A.), SEAMON-MOLSON Janice (U.S.A.), WORTEL Meike (Netherlands), SIMPSON Gigi (U.S.A.) captain, MOSS Sylvia (U.S.A.), POLLACK Bill (U.S.A.), POLLACK Rozanne (U.S.A.), SANBORN Kerri (U.S.A.), SEAMON Michael (U.S.A.), ZHAO Jie (China) BAO Linchun (China), LIANG Tian (China), ZHAN Hua (China), ZHOU Qiang (China), ZHOU Qiang (China) captain, ZHAN Hua (China) coach SHI Bin (China), SHI Yonghui (China), TIAN Wei (China), XU Yan (China), SHI Bin (China) captain, 11

12 14th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES Sanya, China NUNES COMPTON Donna (U.S.A.), FANTONI Fulvio (Monaco), NUNES Claudio (Monaco), QUINN Shawn (U.S.A.) PAN-CHINA DU Bing (China), HUANG Yan (China), SHI Zheng Jun (China), TONG Jiang (China), WANG Dade (China), ZHANG Xiaofeng (China) captain PANDA BODELL Michael (Canada), GU Belinda (U.S.A.), GU Jennifer (U.S.A.), ROSENFELD Jason (U.S.A.) PENFOLD PENFOLD Sandra (England), SENIOR Brian (England), SENIOR Nevena (England), TRENDAFILOV Roumen (Bulgaria) PERTAMINA EP BLUE ANDHANI Rury (Indonesia), DEWI Suci Amita (Indonesia), DJAUHARI Kurniadi (Indonesia), GEORGE Julius Anthonius (Indonesia), KARWUR Franky Steven (Indonesia), SUMAMPOUW Conny (Indonesia) PERTAMINA EP RED ASBI Taufik Gautama (Indonesia), BOJOH Lusje Olha (Indonesia), IBRADI Benny J. (Indonesia), TOBING Robert Parasian (Indonesia), TUEJE Julita Grace (Indonesia), SITOMPUL Veterano (Indonesia) captain PING AN CHINA DENG Pinpin (U.S.A.), LIANG Yiyi (China), LIN Ya Fu (China), WANG Hanlan (China), LIN Ya Fu (China) captain, PLATINUM CEM BERTHEAU Kathrine (Sweden), BERTHEAU Peter (Sweden), DELMONTE Ishmael (Australia), LARSSON Jessica (Sweden), UPMARK Johan (Sweden), WEINGER Lindsey (U.S.A.) PZIM CRONIER Benedicte (France), CRONIER Philippe (France), D'OVIDIO Catherine (France), MULTON Franck (Monaco), WILLARD Sylvie (France), ZIMMERMANN Pierre (Monaco) QINGHAI BRIDGE ASSOCIATION HE Xi Mei (China), SHEN Longhua (China), TIAN Hai Qing (China), WANG Xing Nan (China), YANG Qing (China), ZHAO Hong (China) RADIO COMMUNICATIONS OF CAS CHEN Hua (China), PU Zhiyong (China), SHI Shaomin (China), ZHOU Tao (China), ZHOU Tao (China) captain, ZHOU Tao (China) coach RAYNER RAYNER John (Canada), ROCHE Michael (Canada), STEWART Barbara (Canada), THOMPSON Jill (Canada) REDBULL HOU Xu (China), LIAO Zhengjiang (China), SUN Yanhui (China), XIE Zhaobing (China), ZHANG Ligang (China), ZHANG Ligang (China) captain, LI Jie (China) coach, RIVERS CAPPELLETTI JR Mike (U.S.A.), MECKSTROTH Jeff (U.S.A.), RIVERS Loretta (U.S.A.), ROGERS Rebecca (Becky) (U.S.A.), STANSBY JoAnna (U.S.A.), STANSBY Lew (U.S.A.), MECKSTROTH Sally (U.S.A.) captain, ROSSARD AVON Danielle (France), BREWIAK Grazyna (Poland), GAWEL Wojciech (Poland), ROMANOWSKI Jerzy (France), ROSSARD Martine (France), VOLDOIRE Jean-Michel (France), ROSSARD Martine (France) captain, ROSSLEE CHILD Christine (South Africa), HINGLE Gregory (South Africa), ROSSLEE Diana (South Africa), STEPHENS Robert (South Africa) SAIC HU Mao Yuan (China), LIU Yi Qian (China), WANG Weimin (China), WANG Wen Fei (China), ZHOU Yong Mei (China), ZHUANG Zejun (China), HUANG Rong (China) captain, HU Jihong (China) coach SALVO AUKEN Sabine (Germany), MAHMOOD Zia (U.S.A.), MICHIELSEN Marion (Netherlands), SINCLAIR Anita (England), WELLAND Roy (Germany), ZORLU Nafiz (Turkey), SINCLAIR Anita (England) captain, SANSHA SATELLITE TV DENG Qingqing (China), JIANG Junnan (China), LI Yifei (China), MIAO Jian (China), WANG Chao (China), YANG Haolin (China), LI Liuqing (China) captain, ZHANG Hebin (China) coach SANYA-HONGYE LELIN - (China), MA Junshan (China), OU Xianliang (China), TIAN Hua (China), WU Zhonghua (China), YANG Qing (China), YANG Qing (China) captain, LELIN - (China) coach SHANDONGPUSHI TEAM CHEN Anning (China), LI Mingfang (China), LI Xiao Yang (China), LI Xiongbai (China), YUE Wuyuan (China), SHANGHAI THINK BRIDGE CLUB GU Jin (China), GU Yan (China), SHAO Ruibing (China), XU Danping (China) 12

13 10th - 25th October th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES SHANGHAI YITONG BAO Xiangdong (China), KANG Meng (China), LIN Yue (China), LIU Shu (China), RAN Jing Rong (China), SHEN Yu Xiong (China), SHEN Yu Xiong (China) captain, SHANXI ZHANGBI OLD CASTLE CHEN Yanqing (China), GAO Yanrong (China), HAN Ping (China), LIANG Yonggang (China), LIANG Yonggang (China) captain, HAN Ping (China) coach SHENZHEN GAN Xinli (China), HE Xinmei (China), LI Jianwei (China), SHEN Jia Xiang (China), SHEN Lili (China), ZHENG Zuanpei (China), LIU Shilan (China) captain, LI Xin (China) coach SHENZHEN NANGANG POWER CHEN Sheng Hong (China), CHEN Ying (China), HU Chunlan (China), SHI Xiao (China), WANG Nan (China), ZHANG Bangxiang (China), CHEN Sheng Hong (China) captain, SHI Xiao (China) coach SHENZHEN PINGAN HE Sen (China), MA Aiyue (China), WANG Cheng (China), WANG Xuezhu (China), WANG Yanhua (China), WEN Jing (China), WEN Jing (China) captain, LIN Ya Fu (China) coach SINGAPORE MIXED CHUA Gang (Singapore), LOO Choon Chou (Singapore), SEET Choon Cheng (Singapore), WU Hongjun (Singapore), CHUA Gang (Singapore) captain, SOUL FURUTA Kazuo (Japan), HWANG Iyn Ryung (Korea), KIM Hye Young (Korea), OH Hye Min (Korea), YOKOI Hiroki (Japan), SUZHOUTAIHU CHEN Yunlong (China), GAN Lin (China), HU Wen (China), PENG Jianfeng (China), YAN Jin (China), ZHANG Wei (China) TAYLOR BERKOWITZ David (U.S.A.), BERKOWITZ Lisa (U.S.A.), SONTAG Alan (U.S.A.), TAYLOR Robin (U.S.A.), GORDON Mark (U.S.A.) captain, THAILAND BAISAMUT Somchai (Thailand), CHINMANAS Virat (Thailand), SOPHONPANICH Esther C. (Thailand), SURIYA Auraya (Thailand), SURIYA Chaitad (Thailand), SVANGSOPAKUL Vallapa (Thailand), SOPHONPANICH Esther C. (Thailand) captain, THE LOCOMOTIVE SPORTS ASSOCIAT DING Jingheng (China), HAN Bing (China), LI Leqing (China), LOU Hongguang (China), SHI Rui (China), ZHANG Changhe (China) captain, HE Jianwei (China) coach, TIANJIN CONTRACT BRIDGE ASSOCI CHEN Qi (China), REN Yuandong (China), WANG Jian (China), WU Yongcun (China), ZHEN Zhi (China), ZHOU Yuedong (China), REN Yuandong (China) captain, REN Yuandong (China) coach TIANYA BRIDGE FATE LIU Bin (China), QIN Huiyun (China), YANG Weiguo (China), ZHANG Yan Mei (China), QIN Huiyun (China) captain, YANG Weiguo (China) coach VALIO ISPORSKI Vladislav Nikolov (Bulgaria), KOVACHEV Valentin (Bulgaria), MARQUARDT Diana (U.S.A.), TOKCAN Merih (Turkey) VITAS GULEVICH Anna (Russia), KOWALSKI Apolinary (Poland), MISZEWSKA Ewa (Poland), VAINIKONIS Vytautas (Lithuania), VAINIKONIS Vytautas (Lithuania) captain, WEST VIP CHEN Jun (China), HE Yun (China), HU Xiao (China), YIN Men Liang (China), ZHANG Yanmei (China), ZHANG Yulan (China), HU Xiao (China) captain, CHEN Jun (China) coach WILLENKEN BERKOWITZ Dana (U.S.A.), VAN PROOIJEN Ricco (Netherlands), WILLENKEN Chris (U.S.A.), WILSON Alison (U.S.A.), WILLENKEN Chris (U.S.A.) captain, WUHAN GAN Derun (China), HU Yihong (China), WU Wenjun (China), ZU Zhiqiang (China), ZU Zhiqiang (China) captain, XBA CHEN Zhongsheng (China), HONG Lihui (China), HUANG Haiqing (China), WANG Shiling (China), XU Ruihong (China), ZHENG Jiangping (China), CHEN Rongzhong (China) captain, YEH MIX CHEN Dawei (Japan), SHIH Juei-Yu (Chinese Taipei), SUN Ming (China), WANG Ping (China), YEH Chen (Chinese Taipei), ZHANG Yalan (China), CHEN Chi Hua (Chinese Taipei) captain, YEH TONG Shu-Ping (Chinese Taipei) coach YUNNAN HU Donghua (China), LI Rong (China), LIU Benjun (China), YU Dan (China), ZHU Aiping (China), LIU Benjun (China) captain, LIU Benjun (China) coach, ZHEJIANG JINJIANG BRIDGE CLUB CHEN Linzhong (China), GU Ling (China), WANG Yuanluo (China), WANG Yuanwei (China), WANG Yuanluo (China) captain, WANG Yuanwei (China) coach ZHIHAOLE KUANG Ye (China), LIAO Zhao Hui (China), LUO Zeng Qun (China), ZHANG De Zhong (China), ZHAO Haibo (China), ZHAO Yuqiao (China), ZHAO Haibo (China) captain, SUN Yanhui (China) coach 13

14 14th Red Bull WORLD BRIDGE SERIES Sanya, China MIXED TEAMS QUALIFICATION TEAM VP 1 BRINK PERTAMINA EP BLUE RIVERS GANZER PZIM GZ. ZHAOHENG JILINSHENGQIAOPAIXIEHUI SALVO SHENZHEN PINGAN RADIO COMMUNICATIONS OF CAS YUNNAN BINKIE ROSSARD NORCO SHENZHEN MCALLISTER HEILONGJIANG TEAM DIAMOND HAUGE LUCKY STAR PLATINUM CEM PAN-CHINA VALIO TAYLOR LUCKY SEVEN GEELY AUTOMOBILE PERTAMINA EP RED VITAS SINGAPORE MIXED GOTARD NUNES PING AN CHINA CHIME SAIC WILLENKEN SUZHOUTAIHU MOSS BARR HUBEI QIAOXIE YEH MIX BEIJING TRINERGY ATABEY MILNER GLASSON GSRC & S UNITED TEAM VP 46 RAYNER COFCO YALONG BAY REDBULL SHANGHAI YITONG CAYNE XBA SHENZHEN NANGANG POWER ZHEJIANG JINJIANG BRIDGE CLUB ZHIHAOLE MASTER MINDS GILLIS DALIAN JOEL SHANGHAI THINK BRIDGE CLUB MEIKUANGTIXIE BROCK MARVELOUS TIANYA BRIDGE FATE ROSSLEE NT FEIXIANG MCMULLIN LYNCH PENFOLD BRIDGE ASSOCIATION OF FUJIAN P BLING SANYA-HONGYE HUOCHETOU BLUE THAILAND BEIJING CENTURY WEIDA BEYOND WUHAN SHANXI ZHANGBI OLD CASTLE GZ. ZHAOHENG CHINA PETROLEUM SPORTS ASSCCIA SHANDONGPUSHI TEAM WEST VIP BURGESS TIANJIN CONTRACT BRIDGE ASSOCI HEY YO SOUL QINGHAI BRIDGE ASSOCIATION THE LOCOMOTIVE SPORTS ASSOCIAT PANDA SANSHA SATELLITE TV

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