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David Yoon
David Yoon
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 23, 2015
Last Seen
May 20
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

22, bridge nerd. 

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Team Trials for U26 so far. Coming in 20th in the Werhner Opens in Chicago was a thrill too.
Bridge Accomplishments
Nothing yet. Stay tuned.
Regular Bridge Partners
Magnus Olafsson, Bill Begert, Lorraine Cable, Marvin Talish!
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Honors Bridge Club NY
Favorite Tournaments
Any Nationals, especially the summer ones.
Favorite Conventions
Woolsey over strong NT or club openings.
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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Continuations after opener's jump shift
I was referring to opening 2NT with the hand you gave me above. Not the actual hand in question.
Continuations after opener's jump shift
As a former junior.... Might open that hand 2NT.... (I was the unfortunate partner who opened 1H/3D in the hand above.)
Sleeping on the couch, again
Hello fellow David Y! I think we might have met at the bridge table.
Sleeping on the couch, again
When I read David Y proof, I was questioning my own thoughts. I'm also with OP here, he should not sleep on the couch. I'm sure he will have plenty of opportunities later.
Number 73 buses
In the dummy's defense, said declarer did not take the best line.
Number 73 buses
In the declarer's defense, the dummy did not hide his displeasure very well. It wasn't after picturing all four hands, there was a discussion on optimal single dummy play.
What takes precedence; having both majors or expressing the NT strength and stop?
Craig - I actually might bid 3D over 3C in (2D) - x - (P) - 3C so partner can play 3NT with Jxx/Qx in diamonds. - David
Age - JUST a Number!
When I started playing bridge (five years ago at the age of nineteen!) my first bridge partner was an older man named Marvin. Never told me his age, but did mention he "hasn't passed a hand with three aces since 1916" so I assume he was up there. Miss ...
David Yoon's bidding problem: AJ8xx J AKxx KQx
This is a hand just to overcall 1S, I guess.
The Setting Trick: Zach Grossack
One day John, I'll be on your podcast. I just added it to my ever growing list of goals in life.

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