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Stephen Castellino
Stephen Castellino
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 19, 2011
Last Seen
Dec. 28, 2017
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I am from the San Francisco area and have been playing bridge for about 40 years. I was born in Karachi, Pakistan but my heritage is from Mangalore, Karnataka in South India. I am an ACBL GLM and enjoy tournament bridge, particularly the NABCs. 

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning the Education Foundation Pairs with my wife, Colette, at the NY 2004 NABC
Bridge Accomplishments
Philadelphia World Open Pairs,2010 Semi-Finalist.
Regular Bridge Partners
Paul Cornelius; Colette Castellino; Michael Heymann
Member of Bridge Club(s)
East Bay Bridge Center, Oakland, CA
Favorite Tournaments
Favorite Conventions
My version of Leb and UvU
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Nell and Savchenko Win Mixed Pairs
Hearty congratulations, Igor and Christal. A commanding victory!!
Insurance coverage in USA/ACBL
Playing site would cover all of the above. But it is the responsibility of the property-owner to provide a safe premises. A general liability policy excludes accidents arising from autos. Hence the requirement for a separate auto policy.
Insurance coverage in USA/ACBL
Don, the standard liability policy in the US has what is k/as the "Cross Liabilities" clause which gives separate status to each insured of a multiple entity policy in case of a suit against one another. WRT volunteers: acts of a volunteer are covered as regards the named insured ...
Insurance coverage in USA/ACBL
I retired 3 years ago from the insurance business after almost 50 years therein. WRT coverage a key point would be to review the "Who is insured" provision. If you are covered under this provision, then check the policy conditions to see if any activity you are involved in is ...
BBO format
When first I transferred over to the web version, I found it difficult but soon realized the web version was more versatile just fine. I have not missed the DL version
Mark Lair Withdraws from 2016 US Senior Team
Is a sin of omission any less than a sin of commission?
Responsive Double
At the point I am writing this comment, the vote is 87% ( 65 of 75 ) for hand#1. I am quite surprised! I held xx,QT9x,AJxxx,Tx when the auction got to me 1S-2C-2S and in the heat of battle ignored that I felt I needed the CJ instead ...
Responsive Double
Yes, I should have clarified that if one chose H#1, then that was also a vote for Hands #2 and 3. Similarly for Hand #2.
What have we come to?
I find no purpose to your article other than to obscure the issues with legalese.
What have we come to?
What is this? A clearance of MP? or an indictment of the A&C Committee? I am confused!!

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