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Yehudit Hasin
Yehudit Hasin
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Member Since
March 24, 2011
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4 hours ago
Member Type
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about me

Latest favorite quote: "If two people always agree, one of them is unnecessary." - Carol Frank 

 

My general feeling about bridge:

"-But I don't want to go among mad people!

-Oh, you can't help that, we're all mad here. I'm mad. You're mad.

-How do you know I'm mad?

-You must be, or you wouldn't have come here."

I am Israeli, currently live in Foster City. Love dogs and puzzles, do science for a living. 

 

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Meeting Eddie :D
Bridge Accomplishments
all my partners are still speaking to me, and not from beyond the grave
Regular Bridge Partners
Jim Perkins, Danny Kleinman, Howard Einberg, Carol Frank
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Hasharon, Beverly Hills
Favorite Tournaments
NABCs, Tel Aviv international Festival.
Favorite Conventions
2/1 and common sense
BBO Username
Yu18772
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
John J Yehudit
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AV+YH
Having Fun :)
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Bruce Altshuler- Yehudit Hasin
2 over 1
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YBTD after slow double
Assuming S does not find a spade lead, EW have 3NT. Should not have any bearing in the question of tempo, but I would not be upset about losing 170. :)Yu
Memory/Visualisation
It depends, if I am given a hand I think of it more like a diagram - and I often don't remember spots below 8 unless I write them down. The funny thing is that once I write the hand down, I remember it very well and don't need ...
Tempo question ( too fast over a jump)
In theory, fast 5 may suggest many things, however in practice, in my experience it shouts "no offense hand that I need to take off my chest". That does make bidding 6 more attractive over the X, because it strongly suggests a heart control (not sure I would ...
Phil Clayton's bidding problem: 4 T7 Q7652 KQJ83
LOL, you would bid 2NT with clubs being as good as diamonds on this hands. :)Yu
Six Card Ending in 3nt
In my experience, an average club player (which is what I consider GIB level, although with entirely different biases) leads their longest and strongest. Whether that comes from lack of understanding of Stayman auction or just general lack of thinking is not really important to me. The main point I ...
Six Card Ending in 3nt
Sathya, GIB does not often lead long suits against 3NT (or NT in general). It usually leads a short suit. :)Yu
Futile Willie?
South forgot to double 2. :)Yu
No Boys Allowed: A Glimpse of the Women's Festival
I don't think ACBL owes anyone chance to make money. :)Yu
No Boys Allowed: A Glimpse of the Women's Festival
Amy - imho ACBL does not feel the duty of correcting anything. They cancelled men events because they were sued. They generally act out of enertia, unless forced otherwise. In science at least, very few people were ever caught fabricating results in a 3rd tier journal. That could be either because ...
No Boys Allowed: A Glimpse of the Women's Festival
RG - officially ACBL does not recognise bridge pros. Pro-client agreement is entirely between the players. However many of the people on various ACBL committees are bridge pros, and it is a tight knit community. :)Yu
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