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Yehudit Hasin
Yehudit Hasin
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 24, 2011
Last Seen
2 minutes 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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Would you ever refuse to play a particular opponent?
Ellis - "why don't you try" - because I don't see the point of it. :)Yu
Would you ever refuse to play a particular opponent?
Donald - "allowed to avoid" in my understanding is when organisers make sure these teams do not play each other if possible. I for example prefer to avoid particular opponents, so if possible I arrange so that my teammates play at that table. This would carry no penalties. Lebanon is scheduled ...
Would you ever refuse to play a particular opponent?
Nigel - Arab teams you mean Lebanon, and they do not avoid the match, they forfeit it. :)Yu
What is 2!S?
The problem with the approach of 'most likely single suited, but could be t/o' is what does responder bid without a stopper? Should responder bid 3 or 3 holding xxxx,xxxx,xxx,xx? :)Yu
An Absurd ACBL Procedure
This is hilarious. Almost as funny as "the cards broke", and definitely so much George. :)Yu
Would you ever refuse to play a particular opponent?
"I think the keyword is "knowingly". Would you refuse to play against someone who is a convicted thief? Someone who is known to be a thief, and never got convicted because of technicality? Someone who played a major role in a financial crisis affecting hundreds of thousands? :)Yu PS: moral ...
AKJTxx, Jx QJ9x, A .... 3!C doubled
A of trump and see what partner signals. :)Yu
What is 2!S?
-50/100 is always a worse score than 110, why would you be a level higher than you have to? :)Yu
What is 2!S?
Why should I go to 4 rather than 3 when partner does not have one? 2 allows for a level of bidding to find the best strain. Maybe I will pass 3, maybe we will play in a 4-3 heart fit etc... eating up bidding space unnecessarily ...
Would you ever refuse to play a particular opponent?
On a bus, would you offer a seat to a child molester? I find it strange that you would refuse to play someone convicted of cheating in a card game, but would play against someone who cheated in a different game, or against a child molester, a murderer, a thief ...

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