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Yehudit Hasin
Yehudit Hasin
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 24, 2011
Last Seen
22 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
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 LA. Love dogs and puzzles, do science for a living. 


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
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
John J Yehudit
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Having Fun :)
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Bruce Altshuler- Yehudit Hasin
2 over 1
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Phil Clayton's bidding problem: KQ9xx xx Axx Axx
"What makes you so sure partner won't bid 5♦ on his ♦ void?" Partner has exactly 3 spades, a diamond void, at most 4 hearts (otherwise 2) and 6+ clubs and is not excited enough about A to bid more than game? Sorry, I don't think partner ...
Am I rationalizing?
"I know you are joking, but of course that's the issue. None of David Gold's peers would even consider passing. " Arend thank you for the compliment, but I am as close to being David Gold's peer as I am to getting a Nobel prize. "Yet when I ...
Phil Clayton's bidding problem: KQ9xx xx Axx Axx
I play that q-bids bellow game are 1st or 2nd round. Q-bids above game are specifically 1st. 5 would sound like my club q was K or singleton; partner is not going to qbid 5 because he does not have the A. 5 sounds like you are ...
Phil Clayton's bidding problem: KQ9xx xx Axx Axx
I don't know what partner is after, but this is very close to max I can have and partner qed. I believe I can afford a 5. If partner can't produce 5 we are in 5. If he can we will be in 6. :)Yu
Ned Kohler's bidding problem: A3 82 AKJ985 A72
Several reasons: 1. It is excellent for suit play, but they still give game bonuses - and my suit requires us to contract for 11 tricks versus 9 in NT. I don't see a lot of ruffs in the short hand. 2. I think this hand is too good for ...
I like the format, but what is even better is that you see all those top players - having vastly different evaluation. Thanks Phil! :)Yu
I don't see where you defined 11-14 range prior to 3NT bid. 2 was a default, but it does not preclude some stronger hands not suitable to bid NT or jump rebid. :)Yu
Selection Problems
Alan - they were not disqualified. Their results from the session with the sub were removed - 100% of them. These are two very different things. :)Yu
Am I rationalizing?
I would argue that anyone considering pass with this hand is not my peer ;) I bid 3, acknowledge the hesitation and against weak opponents call the director at the end of the hand (whatever the result is). :)Yu
Ned Kohler's bidding problem: A3 82 AKJ985 A72
I open 1, but really want to rebid 2NT. :)Yu

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