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Yuval Yener
Yuval Yener
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Member Since
Aug. 18, 2015
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Oct. 30
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Bridge Accomplishments
Junior Pairs world champion 2003
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yuval10
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Results from Wuhan 44th World Championships
"Somehow that has also made Ida G improve" 2019 speaking, Ida's won the first European mixed teams ( partnering her brother Mike) , the 27th European Under-26 teams championship (with a different partner) and now the Venice cup. I hereby sad to announce that it leaves Ida with somewhat tiny room ...
Results from Wuhan 44th World Championships
Congratulation Sweden for winning the Venice Cup for the first time ever, while fielding arguably the youngest lineup ever for winners of such a prestigious event!
ATB - Goulash hand went wrong
Thanks all for voting, this hand was actually taken from the Israeli premier league (i should've probably stated it's "Goulash", or "Goulash-like") , round 3, board 11. You can see the scores for this hand (and all others) here: http://www.bridge.co.il/viewer/board2.php?event=11324 ...
ATB - Goulash hand went wrong
Sorry about it, guess i'm still technically challenged. But hey, at least i was able to use the suit symbols correctly :)
XYZ players - what meaning do you give for those sequences
The 2nd sequence was actually divided to 2 - What does 3 means. What does 4 means. Regarding 4, the "classic" view of XYZ states that bidding a game after initiating an invitation should be slam invitation (such as 1-1-1NT-2-2-3NT ) , so i guess it ...
Yuval Yener's bidding problem: A82 93 AT972 A83
Thanks all for voting, Like the majority of the voters, I choose Pass. Partner's hand was: XX AXX JX KQXXXX So theoretically we missed a vulnerable game. Alas, at the table W came to the rescue with 2, partner bids 3 and now it was easy for ...
Bitterman and Bendure Win Wernher
That's "AVI" Kalish, not "Aba". "Aba" means "Father" in Hebrew. Persumably, Avi Kalish is also an "Aba" in real life, yet his first name remains the same. moreover, His partner's surname is "Orenstein" Avi Kalish: http://www.eurobridge.org/person/?qryid=4526 Eitan Orenstein: http://db.worldbridge.org ...
ATB -620 instead of +620
W can see a laydown game going against a sub-minimum hand from East such as AQXX X XXXX AXXX (against which 4H is making or down 1 at best). East didn't have anything more than what he already showed with the X. Easy 100% West.
Open Las Vegas Discussion Thread
Where can i find the Spingold's seeding and rosters? or is it too early?
Lose Final B to Garomov with me
Good call regarding the splinter, Even though i can very well see myself bid 4 in respond with, say: AXXX QXXX KQX QJ while 6 seem to be a reasonable spot.
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