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Hanan Sher
Hanan Sher
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 23, 2011
Last Seen
21 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
writing bridge column for the jerusalem post and later the jerusalem report
Bridge Accomplishments
have had articles published in popular bridge, other bridge mags
Regular Bridge Partners
Member of Bridge Club(s)
jerusalem bridge club, israel bridge federation
Favorite Tournaments
israeli tournament
Favorite Conventions
2/1, bergen etc
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
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USBF invitational 1, my adventures on BBO. 1
Huub, it's a good article and I would not worry about your english. If you think you have a problem with it, perhaps you could ask Eugene, who I think is the BW person in charge of such things. I've also enjoyed watching you play, particularly the speed.
Roland Wald R.I.P.
I already miss Roland's sense of humor. And his rejoinder, when I wondered if he should be called a Danish Brit or a British Dane, that he was 100% Danish even after a brief interval living in the UK.
Roland Wald R.I.P.
His contributions and his personality will be sorely missed.
Over the Shoulder. Does everyone know about this?
Glad so many people knew about it, Ray. But maybe there were those who don't, even if it's like knocking on an open door. And now everyone, including you, is aware that Shireen is female. (It's apparently a popular Farsi name).
Two recommendations, which may be new to some people
Oops. Left an extra r in there, probably because I know several Gurevichs here. Apologize about the spelling, if it was an article I would have checked more carefully.
Two recommendations, which may be new to some people
A polyglot match is scheduled for May 21, with commentating in Russian, Icelandic and English. Only one of the four players, Gurlvich, has the right of silence. :)
Two recommendations, which may be new to some people
Good point. At one stage during a recent OTS cast, a spectator attempted to take over the conversation with questions about the autocommentator's bidding system, well beyond what was relevant to the hand on the screen. It stopped after a bit, and I wondered whether that had happened in ...
Two recommendations, which may be new to some people
FYI. Other Over the Shoulder autocommentators I have seen, include Kit Woolsey, Chris Willenkin and Adam Grossack of the United States.
Two recommendations, which may be new to some people
Hmmm. I had a friend who was at Ma'ayan Zvi at about that time, though for the life of me I can't recall his name. I think we both came as volunteers in 67, just after the aforementioned conflict. Actually, I know I did, and think he did ...
Two recommendations, which may be new to some people
Thanks for the clarification Mr. Wald. I knew there was some commentating, from a distinguished Danish Brit (or are you a British Dane, Roland) but wasn't sure how it was scheduled. Also noted another correction in original, it should be "here" at the end of the first paragraph in ...

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