Debbie Romero  

Hi! My name is Debbie Romero. I am married with one daughter. I have an undergraduate degree in Mathematics and an M.B.A. I worked for about 23 years in management at two different companies in the areas of Information Technology, Corporate Financial Reporting, and Research and Development, before quitting to become a stay-at-home mom.

I first got into bridge after college. My dad taught me just enough bridge basics to play occasional social bridge, and my husband and I dabbled for a short while in duplicate, but smoking at the bridge tables really got to us. I stopped playing bridge altogether for about 18 years due to family and work priorities. Then, in March 2005, a friend asked me to be her last-minute partner for a 199'r duplicate tournament at Garden Villas. We scratched at the tournament, and I was hooked. I joined the ACBL and became a life master in September 2007.

I really love the challenge and competition of duplicate bridge and have made many new friends over the last two years. I owe many thanks to my bridge teacher, En Xie, and to all those experienced players and directors who patiently answered and continue to answer a multitude of questions for me about hands, conventions, rules, bidding, etc. in my ongoing quest to improve my game. I'm looking forward to working with the Unit 143 board to help promote duplicate bridge and share my enthusiasm for the game with other new players.


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