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Yehudit Hasin
Yehudit Hasin
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 24, 2011
Last Seen
7 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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Conflict of Interest
Without commenting on the issue itself, I think it would be more readable post if it was better structured and less repetitive. What I understood is that the current ACBL president runs a for profit company, that benefits from his association to ACBL. That, if true, seems crooked. Notably Nicolas ...
What does S show?
I was N, so that was definitely not my problem. :)Yu
Yehudit Hasin's bidding problem: 8 A K7xxx AKQ9xx
So, out of interest - not arguing: 1. Why raise partner's simple preference? Lets say partner is AQxxx, Kxxx, xxx, x. Would you raise a club preference? 2. If you would raise 5 why not bid 6? :)Yu
What does S show?
I think that depends on whether you have the bid or the person in mind, but I can't change the title anyway. :)Yu
What does S show?
Art was answering when there were 4 choices, his "first three choices" are actually first 2. So what hands partner is expected to pull and what to sit? Which one would be the default for unremarkable 1345 hand? :)Yu
What does S show?
Ok, point taken, I just removed one of the options.
What hand type is 2!d?
What it is without discussion? any of the 3 strong hands and F1 (since 1NT should be constructive). But like many here, with discussion I would prefer a weak hand with 4 spades and 5-6 diamonds (probably not of very good quality). :)Yu
Nicholas France's bidding problem: AQ876 Q5 AJ32 K8
"3NT shows 15-17 and a reason not to open 1NT" - can that reason be singleton heart? If yes I rebid 3 because if partner bids 3 over that I prefer hearts. If 3NT promises doubleton in responder suit, then 3NT. :)Yu
What is 2NT here?
Not to play. Better minor, or invitation with spades. :)Yu
Timuçin (Timo) Erkoç's bidding problem: ATx 98xx QJx AJx
I like adventures with very limited stakes. 200 is a great score, unless we have game - and I am really not sure we do. I would not dare to pass in IMPs, -160 is ok, but if they make an overtrick that's a disaster. :)Yu

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