Richard and Andrew Jeng saved the best for last in the Golder North American Pairs Flight B – and it was good enough to earn them a win.
The brothers started the day on Monday in seventh place after two qualifying sessions but fell to 13th after the first final session.
In the second final session, they led the field with a 61.54% game to win the event by .06 matchpoints on a 25 top.
Second place in the NAP were Malik Magdon-Ismail, Albany NY, and Kamal Gupta, Latham NY, representing District 3.
The Jengs live in Johns Creek GA and were representing District 7.
Richard gained fame by becoming the youngest Life Master in 2009 at age 9 years, two months and 12 days. His record was broken a couple of years later by a Houston-area player, Zach Garrison.
In Toronto in 2011, the Jengs won the Young 0-1500 Life Master Pairs in a strong field.