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Fred Lerner
Fred Lerner
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 21, 2010
Last Seen
11 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

4 children, 4 grandchildren, retired


Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
2014 and 2017 Canadian Sr. Team Champions; Multiple Regional Wins
Regular Bridge Partners
Margaret Lerner; Michael (The Shoe) Schoenborn
Favorite Tournaments
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
Fred & Michael (2015Mar12)
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Eric Murray 1928-2018
I'll be waiting for you Gowdy :-)
Eric Murray 1928-2018
Eric was of the greatest. Playing against him and Sami Kehela or Percy Sheardown or Bruce Elliott was always a learning and very humbling experience. RIP Eric. We will miss you.
ACBL Chief Executive Dismissed
I had heard that there was dissent in the henhouse. I guess it was true. Onwards and upwards!
Chan and Heymann Win Silver Ribbon Pairs
Congrats Richard & Michael:)
Harrison Luba's bidding problem: 8 JT8765 --- T87654
Maybe your partner is void in clubs? Hoping to ruff the club lead!
Bridge vanity license plates
I've had it for over 30+ years... I DBL U
Question re bridge clubs and the ADA/ACBL regulations
I would never say that. Every other club we played in on the west coast of FL from Bradenton down to Naples accommodated us and we were always welcomed. I look forward to playing in those clubs again. I might even get up to your club in The Villages. LL ...
RIP Steve Landen
I remember playing in the GNT Zonal Final in 1979 against Steve and Frank, Eugene & Chris Owens and Robert & Donna House representing their district, the Montreal team of Kokish, Nagy, Silver, Hoffer, Stein & Sklar and our team from Toronto of myself, John Sabino, Steve Aarons, John Guoba, Paul Heitner and ...
Question re bridge clubs and the ADA/ACBL regulations
I was at a club in Sarasota a couple of years ago and the owner there would not give my wife and myself a N/S even tho my wife had breathing problems. Needless to say, we never went back there. Your friends' experience wasn't in Florida...was it?
RIP Steve Landen
I remember playing against Steve quite often at the regionals at Toronto's Royal York Hotel and Detroit's Cobo Hall. Always a gentleman. RIP Steve.

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