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Karen Allison
Karen Allison
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Aug. 21, 2010
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about me

BBO commentator, have won several NABC titles, World silver medalist McConnell Cup, many regionals.  First woman to represent Canada in Open Teams World Championship.   Love my cats (Stella often watches as I comment on BBO), love travel, love bridge!!) And yes, I will be your professional partner should you wish.

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United States of America

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Regular Bridge Partners
Michael Ledeen, Jordan Chodorow
BBO Username
kareno
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
Jesus Arias & Karen Allison
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The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
I appreciate that now a book has been written to discuss these things but I must wonder why it took so long?
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
As I recall from my reading, Belladonna hated the strong 2 and would open it 1.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Nigel: try this for eyes rolling: @@
Orlando Hotel Price
They write it as a 'fee' so they can avoid taxes on it just like the airlines do.
10 card Solid or almost solid suits.
I imagine the hand dealing is for early stages and for the purpose of security.
10 card Solid or almost solid suits.
Jim: I was a moderator on TSN and gave the very first online vugraph.
10 card Solid or almost solid suits.
I didn't play the hand but at the Mayfair IMP game Ira Rubin dealing 4-3-3-3 after shuffle dealt a 13 card suit. The story got more interesting as you can imagine.
The Next Step
I knew it was Harry Goldwater - never heard it attributed to Al Sobel before. Yes, he was mean enough to do it, Judy, you're quite right about that. A memory of him was when we were flying to the Stockholm World Championship (my first) and I was already afraid ...
The Next Step
@David that was Harry Goldwater late, of New York City.
The Next Step
@Phil: perhaps the Faulkner.
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