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Karen Allison
Karen Allison
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Member Since
Aug. 21, 2010
Last Seen
9 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
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.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Michael Ledeen, Jordan Chodorow
BBO Username
kareno
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
Jesus Arias & Karen Allison
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Convention Card editor
I think Alan means one could print the additional notes at the same time (on a different sheet) as the convention card.
A Mentoring Program with a Twist
Not really. And I'm neither a teacher, a club owner nor a great organizer.
A Mentoring Program with a Twist
If I still lived in the NYC area I would participate in those events with pleasure. There's nothing like them in Vegas to my knowledge
Female partner wanted for SF
I did email you
your comment is needed
Michael is correct. I want to answer no to the first and yes to the second.
IMP Pairs
I no longer play any pair events without subsidy. I just don't enjoy them any more. I've won my share and now cede them to the field.
IMP Pairs
I don't like them because there is a different top on every board. Might be 1 IMP, might be 24. Now it depends on which pair you encounter for each hand.
RIP Harold Lilie
I'm sorry I was enroute home from NY today and arrived around midnight. Is there a Shiva house I can visit?
Pair Needed for 0-10000 Swiss Teams in San Francisco
I would play with you but I would need a financial incentive. Probably could provide a good partner
RIP Harold Feldheim
I spent some time in the Flea House over the years - mainly in the sixties. Where I saw the most of Harold though was in the Village.
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