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Kerri Sanborn
Kerri Sanborn
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 15, 2010
Last Seen
17 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
induction into hall of fame
Bridge Accomplishments
McKenney trophy winner, 6 world championships, hall of fame inductee
Regular Bridge Partners
Irina Levitina, Barry Crane,Steve Sanborn, Karen McCallum
Favorite Tournaments
any national
Favorite Conventions
Jacoby 2NT
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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Kerri and Steve Sanborn Win Mixed Pairs
Thanking all of you for the kind words! It is special to win with your life partner as well as your bridge partner!
Curtis Cheek Wins 2019 Lazard Sportsmanship Award
Always with a smile and a kind word, and so generous with an opinion when asked. Very well deserved!
2019 Eligibility Conditions for players entering multiple USBCs
I think you have clarified and made the best of a poor situation. The Venice Cup trials are early, but I could not even anticipate playing in a later trials unless my team failed to qualify in that event. That in turn would be unfair to a team that was ...
Team USA at the Beijing Hua Yuan Cup
Jack, I can always count on you to represent my fan club:)
Team USA at the Beijing Hua Yuan Cup
former wife of Michael Seamon, and a joy to have with us!
Team USA at the Beijing Hua Yuan Cup
And thanks to Daniel for the support and help. You were a champ as well, and we loved having you there!
And Another One Bites the Dust
Nobody seems to know anything except what was printed in daily bulletin, but they have come to conclusions. You deserve time to explain
RIP Seymon Deutsch
The bridge world has lost one of its finest, kindest,gentlest, most generous people. Seymon was one of my very favorite friends, always there if you needed a hand, always good for a laugh, self effacing, an all around good guy. I will miss his smiling face. I remember one ...
Is the Hall of Fame Broken?
First let me say that being honored as a HOF member is one of the greatest accomplishments of my career and life. I anxiously awaited the results of "the vote" and was thrilled to learn that I had been voted in. I am not sure whether the voting now is ...
Bridge with Dad, part 1
Dana, how refreshing to hear about bridge from someone who is still star struck with the game. You take me back so many years. Can't wait for part 2.

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