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Hanan Sher
Hanan Sher
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 23, 2011
Last Seen
April 2
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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Closing the Club an Owners Perspective
The place you rent from is a church? Oh my God....
I Got Coronavirus Playing Bridge
Thanks for the detailed description. Considering what we all now know (or should know, for nonbelievers) about corvid-19, it's clear that bridge tournaments can be equated to an ideal Petri dish for spreading the corona culture. Lots of people, close proximity even with the best possible precautions, frequent switching ...
R.I.P. Jim Mahaffey
Jim Mahaffey wasn't the first Mahaffey bridge player. Tom Mahaffey, who I believe was his father, was a prominent player in the 1960s, organizing and captaining expert teams on a regional, and I believe a national, level as well.
Remembering My Dad
And, Matthew, for your benefit Bobby Thompson hit what was called "the shot heard round the world," a 3-run homer off Ralph Branca which won the 1951 3-game playoff (the regular season ended in a tie) for the Giants over the Dodgers, from NY and Brooklyn respectively.
Remembering My Dad
Never met Matthew's father, but did know his mother, who lived in Jerusalem and played bridge there some years back. Shirley was a lovely lady, though she admitted that she perhaps was not quite up to the level of her husband or two sons. I remember her not for ...
If you want bridge to be a spectator sport you must make it a telegenic spectator sport. To state the obvious, there are two, maybe three ways to do that -- either you enforce some kind of tempo requirement (I'm all for thinking, but international players or players in the ...
What does partner's double of GF 2!c opener indicate?
Partner's intention was majors, which I missed entirely because undiscussed. He apparently plays that with other partners. More I think about it, more I wonder whether showing two-suiters is really worthwhile, considering that the opps almost certainly have a preponderance of the strength and passage of information is more ...
Thank you Zia!
Amazing! An example for all to follow -- even those of us who don't have the talent of Mariusz and Zia.
Too Conservative or just Unlucky?—ATB?
Who's to blame? The field, I'd contend. West has an absolute max for his/her bidding, and the game is still less than 50%, East has less than no reason to bid on over 3. Drury? It really doesn't help a great deal, depends on East ...
Massimo Lanzarotti in Vanderbilt
With all due respect, the issue is not whether you Avon, or I, or Bobby Wolff or anyone else agrees with the ACBL ruling; at this point, that's immaterial. The practical problem raised, however, is very pressing -- Should players drawn against a team with Lanzarotti as a member sit ...

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