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Kitty Munson Cooper
Kitty Munson Cooper
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 5, 2009
Last Seen
July 10
Member Type
Bridge Teacher
about me

Web developer, owner of Open Sky Web Design, responsible for USBF site and new WBF and EBL sites among many others such as District 17... a master gardener. Love my dog (rescued mutt). Fascinated by genealogy and genetics (see http://blog.kittycooper.com ). Editor with husband Steve of District 17 newsletter, bridge teacher (developed manual for teaching children bridge for the ACBL), and popular lecturer see: http://bridgeteaching.com/contact-us/about-kitty/, former world champion and many-time national champion now living in the San Diego area of Southern California.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Making a game in the Spingold that Garozzo went down in at the other table (ok I got a different lead and thus a better read) ...making a slam in the 95 worlds that Rodwell went down in (again a different lead, this one rectified the count)
Bridge Accomplishments
Won: Venice Cup, 8 National Championships, EU Mixed teams (played for UK in the mid80s)
Regular Bridge Partners
Steve Cooper, Lynne Feldman, Paul Bethe
Favorite Tournaments
Palm Springs regional, any national
Favorite Conventions
Drury in all seats!
BBO Username
KittyC
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
Kitty Cooper - Steve Cooper (midchart)
2/1 Game Forcing, agressive openings
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Kitty Cooper - Steve Cooper (not midchart)
2/1 Game Forcing, agressive openings
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Kitty Cooper - Paul Bethe (midchart)
TwoWay 1!C openings, Precision style or weak NT
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Kitty Cooper for ScreCard
2 over1 with fun two bids
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Lynn Deas R.I.P.
Always the tough competitor and always looking for the fun in it all. She taught me about wish tricks! I think my favorite memory is of her sliding down a giant sand dune in Australia after we won in Perth in 1989. A great teammate. Thank you for everything Lynn ...
I Got Coronavirus Playing Bridge
Steve has had no symptoms Jim. Since we had no clue that it was anything other than flu until we read about Doug, I did not distance from him, so presumably he was positive at some point, if we had/have it. I just started om my 3rd relapse which ...
I Got Coronavirus Playing Bridge
Steve and I are now enrolled in a study of the blood antibodies in people who have recovered from COVID-19. Initial research does indicate immunity is conferred when you recover PLEASE ANY OTHER RECOVEREEs willing to be in the study send me a PM and I will give the contact ...
Infected Tournaments and Games
Doug when did you first have symptoms? Trying to gauge my risk. Never mind, I read your article now, thank you for sharing. (explanation for myself below)
Infected Tournaments and Games
I cannot get a test here in san diego and I thought I just had flu until I saw that Doug was positive (we played 3 boards against him Tuesday morning). Out of an abundance of caution we left the tournament on Wednesday at lunch because I had a fever ...
How about some levity to take our minds off the world's dilemma?
so Ellis which way to YOU play? I presume current since you did not have this accident with Steve
How about some levity to take our minds off the world's dilemma?
Many years ago, after a misere defense, my son, Paul Bethe, playing with Jason Feldman in a Junior World Championship said,"I thought we played upside down!" to which Jason responded "but I gave you upside down original count ..." "Oh, I play current count..." Would you believe that many years ...
How about some levity to take our minds off the world's dilemma?
Playing a club duplicate with my husband: 1 on my right, double by me, Pass, Pass back to opener who now bids 2. I pass and partner doubles it. 3 by my too clever opponent. so I double again. Down 1.
New Coronavirus Forum
First death of a bridge player from COVID-19 reported - in colorado Springs, she did not know she was ill https://www.denverpost.com/2020/03/15/colorado-springs-bridge-tournament-coronavirus/
Beth Palmer (1952-2019)
Here is her playing record at the WBF http://www.worldbridge.org/people/person/?x?qryid=3908
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