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Aviv Shahaf
Aviv Shahaf
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 29, 2010
Last Seen
35 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Teacher
about me

I have been directing and teaching Bridge for the past 20 years.

Head of Directors at the Honors Bridge Club in New York, running 5 section games most weekday afternoons

USBF Jr Program Mentor

Met my wife at a Bridge Club and we are raising two future stars.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Playing "Gulash" with Chagas & Branco in Rio
Bridge Accomplishments
third place at a club game twice!
Regular Bridge Partners
Igor Savchenko
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Head of Directors at the Honors Bridge Club in New York
Favorite Tournaments
WSOP Main Event
Favorite Conventions
Incision (Forcing Club system with very light opening bids)
BBO Username
Avivs
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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What is double?
Yes! 1+1+Double...
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: KJ854 AK3 --- KQT64
Life is too short for such precise holdings.
David Yates's bidding problem: K6532 A82 85 K64
Was this a UI issue?
Aviv Shahaf's bidding problem: QJ KTx KQxxxx KT
At the table the scientific approach would have won the day. Partner's hand was: xx Ax AJx AQJ98x and LHO had a normal T lead from KT98x
Jeff Bayone's bidding problem: --- QJT9xxx AQTxx x
Alternative plan would be to walk the dog by passing and waiting for the opponents to settle in 4 (or 5) and then compete to 5.
Jeff Bayone's bidding problem: --- QJT9xxx AQTxx x
4 for now but will bid 5 if 4 gets passed back to me.
Playing with Rueful
Great story, oh and btw... Happy Birthday Yu!
USA juniors victorious in Croatia
Congratulations Cornelius, Ben, Kevin and Sarah The future is here!
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: J43 AKQ92 KJ9 AT
The auction to 3NT was very tentative and already shows doubt. If partner has the wrong hand they don't need us to Redouble to know to run. The Double of 3NT also looks kind of speculative so there is a good chance the opponents will run to 4 ...
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: 9854 72 AKJT6 A6
This hand is very pure for Slam. If partner doesn't want me to accept with this hand they should not invite. I bid 5NT to give partner a choice between 6 and 6NT (but will probably also Pass if they bid 6)
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