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Statement of ACBL Appeals and Charges Committee Concerning the Kent Matter

By: A.J. Stephani, ACBL Appeals and Charges Committee Chair

I’m grateful to the Bridgewinners administrators for giving me the opportunity to respond to your reactions about the ACBL Appeals and Charges (A&C) Committee’s decision in the recent case of Ellen and Robert Kent. I’m posting this as the Chair of the entire A&C Committee, which functions largely independently of the ACBL Board of Directors in deciding individual cases. Although A&C Committee members have had a chance to comment on this response, the words here are my own, and I bear sole responsibility for the content.

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