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Volume 83, Number 3

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83rd North American Bridge Championships

Editors: Brent Manley and Paul Linxwiler

Blake Sanders crowned King of Bridge by Sue Munday

In a year when the under-40 set is making its mark on the game, another talented young player, Blake Sanders, has been named ACBL’s 2011 King of Bridge. The 18-year old Jonesboro AR resident will receive a $1000 scholarship from the ACBL Educational Foundation in addition to seeing his name added to a roster of bridge kings who have gone on to achieve success at the highest levels of national and international play. Sanders feels both humbled and motivated to be following in the footsteps of superstars such as Bobby Levin, Jeff Meckstroth, Steve Weinstein, Brad Moss, Eric Greco and Joel Wooldridge. With many others in the world of bridge, Sanders is

cheering as a seriously good, younger generation of players seizes national titles and trophies that were once the province of more seasoned, famous names. Following wins in prestigious pairs events at the Spring NABCs — the Platinum Pairs, the Silodor Open Pairs and the top two spots in the North American Pairs — six young guns topped that performance when they won the USA 2 spot on the Bermuda-Bowl-bound team. This is the youngest U.S. squad ever to represent the country in international play. “It’s awesome!” he exclaims. “Those guys have to be pretty good to be beating the best players in the world. My ultimate goal is to be able to talk to them, play with them and learn from them.” Sanders earned his gold card in more than a year. He is a frequent face at the Jonesboro Bridge Studio, his local club. At the International Fund Game in May, Sanders and his partner, stepfather Russ Jones, scored a whopping 84.48% game to win the event. “Sometimes everything is just right,” Sanders says somewhat sheepishly. They followed that up with a 79.81% game two weeks later. “I like to play a variation of the Italian Blue Team club system,” he says, which he describes as a simpler form of Precision. Sanders plays on Bridge Base Online (BBO) — socially and when practicing for tournaments. He and his Floridabased partner Asya Ladyzhensky competed recently in the Under 21 Youth Team trials hosted by the United States Bridge Federation via BBO, but failed to qualify. “We had a bad final session or we might have earned a berth on the team,” he says. “Maybe it’s just as well. The tournament is the same week I start college.” continued on page 7

Collegiate semi matchups: Brandeis - UNC, Penn - Berkeley Of the nine college squads that qualified to participate in yesterday’s Collegiate Team Championship in Toronto, four advanced to toady’s semifinal round: Brandeis University, the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Pennsylvania (#2) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At the end of yesterday’s round-robin qualifying, Brandeis finished at the top of the field

with 116 Victory Points. Their lineup includes Adam Grossack, James Hickey, Hang Yang and Zhihao Liu. Second, with 109 VPs, was Berkeley; their lineup is Edmund Wu, Frank Lin, Antony Lee and Eric Chan. In third with 102 was Penn. Playing for Penn are Zhuo Wang, Xi Chen, Naiji Guo and Kendrick Chow. Fourth place went to UNC with 92 continued on page 4 A reception held Saturday for ACBL Junior players attracted dozens of young members. Among the attendees were (front) Lyndsay Vance and brother Logan Vance from Versailles KY and (back) Nastasia Harper of Orlando FL and Ryan Miller of Tampa FL.

Defenders out in top GNT flight The District 9 team captained by Warren Spector broke open a close match in the third quarter against the defending champions from District 11 and went on to win 174-105 to advance to the final of the Grand National Teams Championship Flight. Spector will face Steve Robinson (District 6), in today’s championship round. Spector (Mike Becker, David Berkowitz, Gary Cohler, Jeff Meckstroth and Eric Rodwell) trailed by 2 IMPs at the half against Doug Simson (Walter Johnson, Jerry and Dennis Clerkin) but took the third quarter 47-9 and the fourth 54-21 to win going away. Robinson (Peter Boyd, Steve Landen, Bill Pettis, Bill Cole and Beth Palmer) trailed by 2 IMPs after the first quarter against Joe Grue (Shane Blanchard, Bob Blanchard, Joel Wooldridge, John Hurd and Kevin Bathurst) but took the second quarter 58-17 and increased the lead to 114-55 at continued on page 8

Life Master Pairs finishing today Bruce Ferguson, Palm Springs CA, and John Onstott, New Orleans, start play today as the leaders in the von Zedtwitz Life Master Pairs. Their margin is less than one-third of a board. They start play with a carryover score of 75.51, about 10 matchpoints ahead of second with a projected top of 38. In second place are Chris Willenken, New York City, and Steve Weinstein, Andes NY, with 65.74. Zia Mahmood and Egyptian star Tarek Sadek are in third with 58.24. The von Zedtwitz and the two lower flights end play tonight. Bruce LM Pairs In the Bruce Life Master Pairs 0-5000, two New Yorkers will enter today’s two final sessions with a slim lead. Dennis Kaye, Rosendale, and John Gropp, Newburgh, will start play with a carryover score of 42.8, just ahead of Kenny Horneman, Charlottesville VA, and Zachary Brescoll, Versailles KY, with 40.82. In third with 39.19 are Natalie Bassil, Boston, and Neil Montague, Swampscott MA. continued on page 8

Preregistration info for national KO events Preregistration for the Spingold Knockout Teams, the Wagar Women’s Knockout Teams, the 0-5000 Mini-Spingold Knockout Teams and the 0-1500 Mini-Spingold Knockout Teams is required by 8 p.m., Sunday, July 24. To preregister, please see Tournament Director Steve Bates who will be available in the Canadian Room on the Convention Level in the Royal York on Sunday.

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SPECIAL EVENTS MEETINGS / SEMINARS / RECEPTIONS

Sunday, July 24

Teacher Accreditation Program (TAP). Second session. Pre-registration required. Room: Simcoe (Sheraton). 10-11 p.m. Workshop for Teachers of Youth Players. Informal meeting for anyone currently teaching young students or considering a youth program. Room: Huron (Sheraton). 10 a.m.-Noon Board of Governors/ACBL Membership Meeting. General membership meeting of the ACBL; open to all members. Discussion will include recent actions of the ACBL Board of Directors, reports from the CEO and treasurer, and new proposals from the Board of Governors. Room: Ballroom, Royal York. 10 a.m.-Noon Free Bridge Lesson with Jerry Helms. Helms, ACBL accredited teacher and Bridge Bulletin columnist, presents “How to Make Your Partner’s Bad Bids Look Good: Suit Contracts.” Room: Civic Ballroom (Sheraton). 12:30-3 p.m. Bridge-Plus+. Special game for new players. 14 boards, no card fee. Room: City Hall (Sheraton). 12:30-3 p.m. Bridge-Plus+. Special game for new players. 14 boards, no card fee. Room: Civic Ballroom (Sheraton). 11 p.m.-1 a.m. ACBL Patron Member Reception. Room: President’s suite (Royal York). 11:30 p.m. -1 a.m. Women’s Team Trials meeting. Room: Alberta (Royal York). 9 a.m.-Noon

Monday, July 25

Hall of Fame Interviews. Room: Confederation 6 (Royal York). 9 a.m.-Noon Teacher Accreditation Program (TAP). Third session. Pre-registration required. Room: Simcoe (Sheraton). 10 a.m.-Noon Competition and Conventions Committee meeting. Room: British Columbia (Royal York). 10 a.m.-Noon Free Bridge Lesson with Barbara Seagram. Seagram, ACBL accredited teacher and Bridge Bulletin columnist, presents “Become a Feared Opponent.” Room: Civic Ballroom (Sheraton). 10:30 a.m.-Noon Open Team Trials meeting. Room: Alberta (Royal York). 11 a.m.-Noon Get Online with BridgeBase.com. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with Fred Gitelman, creator of the ACBL’s Learn to Play Bridge program. Get a guided tour of the Bridge Base Online web site and its outstanding teaching features. Room: Dufferin (Sheraton). 12:30-3 p.m. Happy Bridge. Special game for new players. 14 boards, no card fee. Room: Civic Ballroom (Sheraton). 5-7 p.m. Goodwill Reception. Room: Imperial (Sheraton). 5-7 p.m. Canadian Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Room: Tudor 7 & 8 (Royal York). 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

CELEBRITY SPEAKER PROGRAM Don’t miss these free lectures in Toronto from expert players in the Dominion Ballroom (Sheraton). 9:15 a.m. 6:45 p.m.

9:15 a.m. 6:45 p.m.

Phillip Alder 6:45 p.m. Barry Harper

Sunday, July 24

Lisa Berkowitz Barbara Seagram

Play To Trick One Common Errors to Avoid

Monday, July 25

Ken Monzingo Ellen Kent

Hand Patterns Parameters of Preempts

Tuesday, July 26

9:15 a.m. 6:45 p.m.

Mike Flader David Berkowitz

9:15 a.m. 6:45 p.m.

GS Jade Barrett Audrey Grant

Thursday, July 28

9:15 a.m.

Ruling The Game Partnerships

Listen to Place Opposing Honors A Short List of Conventions You Need

Friday, July 29

9:15 a.m. 6:45 p.m.

Haig Tchamitch Paul Thurston

9:15 a.m. 6:45 p.m.

Jim Priebe Jeff Roman

Support Doubles Meet Your Extended Notrump Family

Saturday, July 30

Matchpoint Defense The Difference Between Pairs and Teams

Wednesday, July 27

Slow play notice

It’s All In Your Head Hands That Don’t Make the Text Books

If you are a habitually slow player, be aware that the ACBL Board of Directors unanimously approved this motion at the Fall NABC in 2010: When a pair has fallen behind, it is incumbent on them to make up the time lost as quickly as possible whether at fault or not. All players are expected to make a concerted effort to catch up when they have fallen behind, regardless of the reason for their lateness. In the absence of compelling evidence to the contrary, the director should presume that a pair finishing a round late by more than two or three minutes on more than one occasion during a session is responsible for the lateness. There is a strong expectation that the director will penalize such a pair. The size of a penalty will tend to increase for subsequent instances of slow play and for chronic or egregious slow play. While warnings typically will be given before a penalty is assessed, failure to do so in no way limits the director’s authority to issue a penalty. An appeal of an action taken by a TD with regard to time may be taken to the Director in Charge of the tournament, and no further.

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Monitoring

At this and future North American Championships, ACBL will be monitoring NABC+ events with visible, real-time cameras. The images will be recorded and will be available for later official inspection and review. By general monitoring of the session and participants’ behavior, ACBL has another source of information that may be useful in determining facts and settling issues arising from some types of ethical and behavioral complaints or actions. Please summon a director if a problem occurs at the table. This procedure is intended to assure everyone that the playing field is level and that misbehavior will not be tolerated.

Masterpoint disclaimer

Scores as reported in the Daily Bulletin are subject to change because of score changes or corrections. The masterpoint awards as shown are, therefore, also subject to change.

Restaurant finder

If you have a smart phone, finding a restaurant can be very easy for you. Simply open your browser and go to www.toronto.com/mobilerest. aspx. You can enter the name of a restaurant and get walking directions from where you are to the establishment.

Electronic Device Policy

The electronic device policy is revised as follows: 1. For all NABC+ rated events at NABCs: Electronic devices, including but not limited to, phones, cameras, PDAs, and others capable of sending or receiving electronic communication are excluded from the playing areas during any session of play. This does not apply to health-related equipment. 2. For all events at an NABC other than a NABC+ rated event: Except for health‑related equipment, or by permission of the Director‑in‑Charge of the tournament, cell phones, audible pagers or similar equipment may not be operated or operable in any manner in the playing area during a session of play. Any such equipment must not be visible during the session. Sponsoring organizations of other ACBL‑sanctioned events are encouraged to adopt a similar policy. 3. These restrictions in numbers 1 and 2 above apply to all pairs, team members, captains, coaches, play recorders (except those designated by ACBL) and kibitzers and are in force throughout any actual playing session or segment of play. 4. A violation of any of the restrictions in numbers 1 and 2 above will result in a disciplinary penalty of one full board (12 IMPs at that form of scoring) for the first offense. A second offense will result in disqualification from the event for the pair/team. Kibitzers violating this policy will be removed from the playing area for the remainder of the session.

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JUST FOR NEW PLAYERS The endplay

By Barbara Seagram

Would you buy a used car from a salesman who told you that your brakes would work 50% of the time? Probably not. Finesse-aholics overlook the 50% odds that are ours when we attempt a finesse. Whenever you find yourself in a contract that depends on a finesse, consider whether you can execute a strip and throw-in instead… that is unless you are able to peek to see who has the missing queen on this deal. Consider the following deal. You are in 6♠ on the lead of the ♥K from West.

♠98765 ♥ A 10 ♦KJ2 ♣KQ3

♠ A K Q J 10 ♥32 ♦ A 10 5 ♣A52

Think of the four suits as follows: The trump suit – draw as many as necessary. The “don’t touch”suit – this is the one you do not wish to touch but wish the opponents to lead for you. You must identify this suit at the beginning of the play so that you don’t play it yourself. The “strip” suit – play this side suit in its entirety, remembering to ruff, if necessary, any extra cards in either hand in the other hand. Remove – or “strip” – all of the cards in this suit. The exit suit – this is the suit that you intend to play in order to throw the opponents in.

Thinking Bridge By Eddie Kantar

Dlr: North ♠ 10 4 2 Vul: E-W ♥KQ ♦42 ♣AQJ943 ♠ Q 8 6 ♥ 9 4 ♦ Q 9 8 5 3 ♣ 6 5 2 ♠KJ75 ♥ A J 10 2 ♦AJ7 ♣ 10 8

♠A93 ♥87653 ♦ K 10 6 ♣K7

West North East South 1♣ Pass 1♥ Pass 2♣ Pass 3NT All Pass Opening lead: ♦5. Bidding commentary: East is strong enough, at least in terms of high-card points, to overcall 1♥, but the suit is so emaciated! As South, respond 1♥ with four hearts and four spades. If partner doesn’t rebid 1♠, the inference is that partner does not have four spades. Note that some players rebid 1NT with a 4-3-3-3 hand

You diagnose that it is the diamond suit that you must not touch yourself. Why? Because the diamond suit depends on a finesse, and you may guess wrong in trying to locate the queen.. So here is your plan: Win the ♥A. Review the situation. No problem drawing trumps, even if one opponent has all three missing spades. No problem eliminating clubs. You have only three in each hand and the top three honors in the suit between the two hands. Now you are set. After you finish playing clubs, probably ending in dummy, simply play the ♥10. West will probably win, but it doesn’t matter if it’s East. Whoever wins will have to play a diamond, solving your problem in that suit, or some other suit, eliminating your problem in diamonds. How? Well, say West wins and continues with a heart. You have no hearts in either hand, so you can ruff in dummy and discard a diamond from your hand – or you can discard a diamond from dummy and ruff in your hand. Either way, you no longer have to worry about who has the ♦Q. Now let’s change the situation. This time the contract is 4♠ with the same lead – the ♥K.

♠98765 ♥ A 10 ♦Q52 ♣KQ3

♠ A K Q J 10 ♥32 ♦J43 ♣A52

You have a loser in hearts and three potential losers in diamonds. Again, diamonds is the suit you do not want to play yourself. This is mainly because the cards supporting your two diamond honors are so poor. If you play a diamond to the jack and it loses to the ace or king, the chances pattern and do not deny four spades. With 5-5 in the majors, start with 1♠ and bid and rebid hearts if you are strong enough. Defensive commentary: As East, play the ♦K, third hand high when dummy has low cards. Don’t even think of playing the 10! If the king holds, return the 10, the higher of two remaining cards. When you later get in with the ♣K, and assuming you have no diamonds left, shift to a low spade, trying to get partner in to cash those two remaining diamonds. As West, after winning the ♦Q at trick two, if you shift to a low spade and partner wins and returns a spade, you defeat the contract. Nobody in any of my classes has ever done this.

of avoiding two more diamond losers are poor. You need West to have started with both high diamonds or East being down to a singleton honor. Good luck with that plan! The way to solve the problem is to win the ♥A, pull trumps, cash all your clubs, then exit with the ♥10 as you did in the previous deal. 21 Whoever wins will have to play a suit other than diamonds – again, you get a ruff-sluff – or play diamonds for you. Say West wins and leads a low diamond to East’s ace. If he plays back another diamond, you play low from your hand, and West must win the king. Now your queen is good. Some players have trouble diagnosing that there are three diamond losers in the situation described. Lay out the cards at home and give West ♦K 9 6 and East ♦A 10 8 7. If South leads a diamond, West plays low and East takes the queen with the ace. If you later try to win a trick with the ♦ J, West will win and have the ♦9 to cash.

Play commentary: As South, the club finesse is headed into East (who has denied the ♦Q with the play of the king, so hold up in diamonds to deplete East of diamonds in case he has the ♣K. (Murphy’s Law: East will have the ♣K). After the holdup play and the losing club finesse, rise with the ♠K when West shifts to a low spade. Why ? You can’t make the contract if West has the ♠A, so play East for it! When one opponent has the setting trick(s) and you are missing an ace, play the opponent who does not have the setting trick(s) for the ace. Makes sense, doesn’t it?

Many players attended yesterday’s IntermediateNewcomer reception, held following the afternoon session, including Bill Silky and Mary Kay Silky of Syracuse NY.

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The value of keeping quiet

On this deal from the quarterfinal round of the Grand National Teams Championship Flight, Steve Robinson of the District 6 team got a valuable hint on how to bid and play the following deal when an opponent made an ill-timed lead-directing double. Robinson held (spots approximate): ♠K 4 ♥A K Q ♦A K 7 ♣A 8 6 5 3 and opened 2♣. Partner Peter Boyd responded 2♦, showing zero or one controls (aces = 2, kings = 1). Robinson rebid 2NT showing a balanced hand in this high-card range, and Boyd tried 3♣, puppet Stayman, asking Robinson if he had a four- or fivecard major. Robinson denied a five-card major with 3♦, and Boyd continued with 3♠, showing four hearts. Robinson was about to bid 3NT when the next player doubled. Concerned that the lead-directing double would help the defense sink 3NT, Robinson risked 4♥ to play the known Moysian fit. Everyone passed. The opening lead was the ♠2, and this is what Robinson saw:

♠Q93 ♥ J 10 7 2 ♦ J 10 6 5 ♣74

♠K4 ♥AKQ ♦AK7 ♣A8653

West North East South Boyd Robinson 2♣ Pass 2♦ (1) Pass 2NT Pass 3♣ (2) Pass 3♦ (3) Pass 3♠ (4) Dbl 4♥ All Pass (1) 0-1 controls. (2) Puppet Stayman. (3) No five-card major. (4) Four hearts. Robinson played low from dummy, and after a long thought, right-hand opponent produced the jack. Robinson won the king and immediately played a low spade back toward the dummy, finessing with dummy’s 9 when LHO played low. RHO won the ace and exited with a diamond. Declarer rose with the ace, cashed the ♣A and played another club. RHO won the trick and played asecond diamond. Robinson won, ruffed a club high (RHO showing out), cashed the ♠Q discarding his remaining diamond, crossed to a trump, ruffed another club high, and played two more rounds of trump. When hearts proved to be 3-3, Robinson claimed 11 tricks. At the other table, 3NT by South failed by two tricks as declarer had no entry to dummy.

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Difficult decisions By Barry Rigal

This board from the second qualifying session of the von Zedtwitz Life Master Pairs brought up many issues of declarer play and defense. The most common variation was to defend 3NT. Dlr: South ♠QJ8 Vul: None ♥532 ♦A732 ♣ A 10 3 ♠ K 4 ♠A2 ♥ Q J 10 9 6 ♥AK ♦ J 6 ♦KQ954 ♣ 7 6 4 2 ♣QJ95 ♠ 10 9 8 7 6 5 3 ♥874 ♦ 10 8 ♣K8 West North East South Pass Pass Pass 1♦ Pass 1♥ Pass 2NT Pass 3♣ Pass 3NT All Pass On a spade lead, East can do no better than win the ace, unblock hearts, then lead a diamond to the jack. If North can steel himself to duck, declarer has eight tricks and no more. At our table, West was faced with a different problem. Rightly or wrongly, the auction went West North East South Pass Pass Pass 1♦ Pass 1♥ Pass 2NT Pass 3♦ Pass 3♥ Pass 3NT Pass 4♥ All Pass How should you play on a spade lead? If you go all out – win the ♠A, cash the top hearts, spade to the king draw trumps – you make 10 tricks if heart split but only eight if they are 4-2 because the defenders can set up a force in spades. Two down would be a bottom, so I think declarer made the right matchpoint decision when he won the ♠A, cashed dummy’s hearts and led a diamond to the jack. It’s pretty difficult, although not impossible, for North to win and underlead his ♣A for the ruff. When he played back a diamond, West had 10 tricks.

Entries

All North American championships with no upper masterpoint limitation $20 (Note: only ACBL members are eligible to play in NABC+ events. $1.50 per person per session benefits the International Fund.) Other North American championships $17 (Note: only ACBL members are eligible to play in these events.) Regional championships $16 for ACBL members, $18 for all others All other events $15 for ACBL members, $17 for all others.

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Collegiate Semis continued from page 1

VP. Their squad is Patrick Domico, Kenneth Chuk, Susannah Small and Ovunc Yilmaz. The semifinal matchups feature Brandeis vs. UNC and Penn vs. Berkeley. The winning squads in the afternoon round will meet in the evening session final. For complete rosters of all nine squads, see page 12. The Collegiate Team Championship is sponsored each year by the ACBL Educational Foundation. For information on the foundation, see the article below.

Support the ACBL Educational Foundation

The ACBL Educational Foundation supports activities for the purposes of instructing bridge, to increase the enjoyment of playing and the number of players. The foundation has nine members: three from the ACBL Board of Directors and six from the general bridge membership. Members are elected for three-year terms, with a two-term limit. The foundation meets three times a year at each NABC to consider all grant applications. The Educational Foundation is funded by voluntary contributions made when members join or renew their ACBL memberships, through special games and events and from individual donations. Donations are tax deductible. During the past few years, the Educational Foundation has approved applications for a variety of bridge programs across the U.S. and Canada, including: • • • •

After-school bridge clubs In-school bridge programs Summer youth bridge camps American Bridge Teacher Association Conference Online course module for teaching bridge to school teachers Bridge lesson programs to develop new players North American Collegiate Bridge Team Championships

The Educational Foundation encourages any ACBL member who wants to start a bridge program to consider applying for a grant for financial support. The application form is on the ACBL web site at www.acbl.org (select the “Foundations and Commissions” link under the “Administration” heading). For more information, contact Foundation President Flo Belford at [emailprotected].

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Missed opportunity By Barry Rigal

On this deal from the second qualifying session of the von Zedtwitz Life Master Pairs, I thought my partner made a nice play, but declarer missed his chance to be a star. Dlr: North ♠876 Vul: N-S ♥5 ♦AQ9 ♣AQ8764 ♠ 10 5 ♠AQJ2 ♥ K 10 9 8 2 ♥J64 ♦ K 2 ♦7543 ♣ K 10 9 5 ♣32 ♠K943 ♥AQ73 ♦ J 10 8 6 ♣J West North East South 1♣ Pass 1♦ 1♥ 2♣ 2♥ 3NT All Pass South did very well to conceal his hearts and was rewarded with a heart lead. He won cheaply, took the club finesse, covered all around, and played the ♣Q and a third club. West won and played a second heart. To make the contract, South must duck, playing for the ♠A and the ♦K to be onside. He can win the next heart and score four diamonds, one spade and two tricks each in clubs and hearts. When declarer took the second heart, and advanced the ♦J, I thought my partner, Eric Leong, did very well to duck, blocking the diamonds. Now declarer could cash the diamonds in dummy and play a spade, but I we took the ♠A, three hearts and two clubs for two down.

Locating the queen By Barry Rigal

This deal was played in the second qualifying session of the von Zedtwitz Life Master Pairs. Dlr: West ♠ Q J 10 6 Vul: Both ♥QJ54 ♦875 ♣ 10 5 ♠ 8 4 ♠A92 ♥ 3 2 ♥986 ♦ K Q 10 4 2 ♦AJ9 ♣ A 9 7 3 ♣KJ86 ♠K753 ♥ A K 10 7 ♦63 ♣Q42 West North East South Pass Pass 1♣ Dbl 1♦ 1♠ 2♦ 2♠ 3♣ All Pass Say you play 3♣ by East on an informative auction. How should you handle the play on the defense of the ♥K (queen from North) and a low heart to North for the ♠Q through? Best is surely to win the ♠A and run the ♣J. South’s raise of spades implies extras in shape or a non-minimum in high cards. That tends to suggest the ♣Q is on your left.

Tell me more There’s more to a bridge player than just tricks and masterpoints. This feature will let you in on a few of their secrets.

Barry Rigal

City of residence New York City Date of birth May 18, 1958 Place of birth London, England Favorite color Green, at least at the bridge table What kind of food makes you happy? Alas, almost everything, as my waist line attests – except pineapple – but duck is my favorite, and chocolate. What drink? Peter Michaels or Grgich Hills Chardonnay Who is your favorite author – and your favorite book? Rex Stout, author of the Nero Wolfe novels, and the detective fiction of Sara Caudwell What is your all-time favorite movie? Some Like It Hot Do you have a favorite actor? George Clooney Actress? Natalie Portman What kind of music do you like? Classical, mainly piano/symphonic; favorite composers Prokofiev, Shostakovich

Bid Box Alerts and Announcements

When using bid boxes, the ACBL requires that players tap the Alert strip and say “Alert” at the same time. When making an Announcement, use the Announcement word (such as “transfer”) and tap the Alert strip at the same time. A player who Alerts or Announces a bid must make sure his opponents are aware that an Alert or Announcement has been made.

Notice to players

Each player must have an ACBL convention card filled out and on the table. Please note that other types of convention cards, such as the WBF convention card or homemade cards that do not sufficiently resemble the ACBL convention card, are not acceptable substitutes.

What do you do when you are not playing bridge? Bridge includes writing and commentary. When doing none of those: eat, drink, spend time with my wife, Sue, play Sploofus at sploofus.com and “let’s go Mets!” Sue says it’s Sploofus first, everything else a distant second What do you see as your best-ever result? Winning the North American Swiss Teams in Denver because we had led every round until the last but one, when we were blitzed. Pam Granovetter and I won the first 14 matches we played together Who is your favorite bridge player? Geir Helgemo’s inventiveness always impresses me What is your favorite bridge convention? Key Card Blackwood on my card, Flannery on my opponents’ Is there a bridge book that had a significant influence on you? Bridge at the Enigma Club – I wish I could play more of the gadgets espoused What are bridge players good at besides bridge? Grumbling and gossiping What jobs other than bridge have you had? Accountant (UK equivalent of CPA) for 14 years Do you have any bridge superstitions? If I go back to play a pair against whom I’ve had a bad set, I switch seats Which three people – past or present – would you like to invite to dinner? Richard Feynman, Winston Churchill, George Gershwin Is there something you would love to learn? Piano, but I’m too lazy to practice so it will need to be God-given inspiration

Shuttle info

Shuttles are provided between the Sheraton Centre and Fairmont Royal York. One shuttle will run continuously between the hotels from 8 a.m. to1 a.m. Additionally, a second shuttle will run during these times: 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. The pick-up location at the Fairmont Royal York is on York St.; the pick-up location at the Sheraton Centre is on Richmond St.

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Convention card reminder

Learning the hard way By Barry Rigal

When you make as many mistakes as I do, some of them are bound to be instructive. Can you identify what I should have been thinking about on this deal from the second qualifying session of the von Zedtwitz Life Master Pairs. The hands were rotated to make South declarer. ♠6 ♥AJ972 ♦A64 ♣KJ65 ♠KQ9643 ♥5 ♦Q975 ♣ 10 8 West North East South Pass Pass 3♠ Dbl Pass 4♥ All Pass You lead the ♠K: 6, 2, ace. Declarer cashes the ♣A and takes a losing heart finesse, wins the heart return in hand with the 8 as you pitch a spade, then plays a club to the king and ruffs a club low. What should you discard – and why?

The Insider

Yesterday, this NABC saw the start of the ACBL College Team Championship, a Junior Reception, an I/N Reception, an amazing number of people attending a free lesson by Audrey Grant, high-level competition in the LM Pairs and the GNTs, a couple of full rooms at the Sheraton, and the early arrival some Senior KO players. This is a wide range of ages, skill levels and competitive spirit, but with a consistency of passion for a great game. Bridge is alive and well as exemplified by this and the crowds on the Convention Level of the Royal York and the Concourse Level of the Sheraton. Both hotels did an admirable job yesterday. There will always by glitches, but they seemed minimal. The PATH was pretty boring, but Eton Center was hopping. Those electronic devices sure use a lot of batteries, and anyplace other than a regular drug store sure charges a lot. Thank you, Drug Mart, for NOT charging $4 per AA battery! Elsewhere in the city, there were still Horn Lake-like temperatures, the line at the CN Tower elevators was longer than the one at the LM Pairs yesterday, and the ACBL shuttles continued to be a hit, especially when it started raining right at game time last night. The Insider would like to apologize for the street closing during the Supreme Commander’s motorcade yesterday. The limo, the decoy limos, and the motorcycle cops are all pretty much standard by now, but the four Mounties and the helicopter seemed extravagant even by S.C. standards. The Boss Baum farewell tour now has a name: the Bye, Bye Baum Bridge Bonanza. He is making plans to take 10% of the masterpoints out of the vault, traveling to various bridge hotbeds and giving triple points to any pair that can beat him and the BBO bot. AMG wandered down to the Royal York yesterday to get re-acquainted with the national event players.

It looks obvious to pitch another spade, but declarer is known to have spade length plus hearts and two clubs, so he can’t have diamond length. At the table, I pitched a diamond. Now declarer crossed to the ♦A, ruffed the last club and exited with a diamond. We could cash two diamonds, but I no longer had the fourth diamond to play to promote my partner’s trump 10. Declarer, of course, was worried spades were 7-1, so he didn’t want to ruff a spade to dummy in case he got overruffed, but I had eliminated a losing option for him. ♠6 ♥AJ972 ♦A64 ♣KJ65 ♠ K Q 9 6 4 3 ♥ 5 ♦ Q 9 7 5 ♣ 10 8 ♠ A 10 7 5 ♥Q864 ♦J83 ♣A9

♠J2 ♥ K 10 3 ♦ K 10 2 ♣Q7432

Don’t give away the show! By Barry Rigal

If you don’t play puppet Stayman on this deal from the second qualifying session of the von Zedtwitz Life Master Pairs, you (East) are likely to play 3NT on a diamond lead after showing four spades. Dlr: North ♠743 Vul: E-W ♥K762 ♦ 10 8 6 3 ♣85 ♠ 9 8 5 ♠AKJ62 ♥ 10 9 8 3 ♥QJ4 ♦ 7 ♦KQ ♣ A J 9 7 3 ♣KQ6 ♠ Q 10 ♥A5 ♦AJ9542 ♣ 10 4 2 The first issue is whether to win the ♦Q or the ♦K. If you had a first-round heart control you might win the ♦Q and take an early spade finesse, hoping the defenders couldn’t pick off your doubleton honors. As it is, the contract appears to hinge on the spade suit. You do have a choice: given that if the spade finesse loses the defenders rate to have eight total tricks (five diamonds, two hearts and a spade), should you cash one spade before running the clubs? This does limit the undertricks, but it signposts the defense. Then again, the defenders might work that out anyway. At our table, I casually took one spade before running clubs, and North (as at so many others) threw a spade anyway, so we ended up with 11 tricks.

Each player is required to have a convention card filled out legibly and on the table throughout a session. Both cards of a partnership must be identical and include the first and last names of each member of the partnership. If a director determines that neither player has a substantially completed card, the partnership may play only the Standard American Yellow Card and may use only standard carding. This restriction may be lifted only at the beginning of a subsequent round after convention cards have been properly prepared and approved by the director. Further, the partnership will receive a 1/6-board matchpoint penalty for each board played, commencing with the next round and continuing until the restriction is lifted. In IMP team games, penalties shall be at the discretion of the director. If the director determines the partnership has at least one substantially completed convention card but has not fully complied with ACBL regulations, the director may give warnings or assign such penalties as he deems to be appropriate under the circ*mstances. The objective of these warnings and penalties is the encouragement of full compliance with ACBL regulations.

Check Cashing and Bridge Bucks at the Toronto NABC

Entry fees are payable in U.S. or Canadian funds. Change will be given in the currency tendered whenever possible. Small change will be given in Canadian funds. Canadian checks for the exact amount of entry and U.S. checks for the exact amount of entry will be accepted at the entry sale. U.S. checks for amounts greater than entry (and less than the allowable daily limit) will be cashed for Canadian funds at the current exchange rate. Bridge Bucks will be sold for $20 U.S. The current exchange rate will be used when purchasing Bridge Bucks with Canadian funds. U.S. currency will not be exchanged for Canadian currency, neither at the check cashing desk nor at the entry sale. The check cashing desk will be at the Sheraton Centre on the Concourse Level near the Tournament Registration Desk on Sunday, July 24, from noon to 1 p.m. Checks are accepted only during check cashing hours. The desk for check-cashing and the purchase of Bridge Bucks is open on the following schedule at Noon to 1p.m. each day: At the Royal York, on the Mezzanine level: Monday, July 25 Tuesday, July 26 Thursday, July 28 Saturday, July 30 At the Sheraton, on the Concourse level near Registration: Sunday, July 24 Wednesday, July 27 Friday, July 29

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King of Bridge continued from page 1

Sanders was introduced to bridge as a caddy at the 2007 Spring NABC in St. Louis. That same summer, he caddied at the Nashville NABC, where he met Ladyzhensky, who was also caddying. But it wasn’t until about a year and a half ago that he actually started playing the game. Before then, baseball (he pitched for four years), football, bowling and participating in National Honor Society activities consumed most of his extracurricular time. Sanders will be entering Arkansas State University in the fall and plans to study international business. “School comes easy,” he says. “It’s bridge that comes hard.” As many before him have promised, “I’m going to put school first, but I’ll play as much bridge as I can.” While he can envision playing bridge full time someday, “I hope I get out of school before I make that decision.” The King (or Queen) of Bridge title recognizes a high school senior’s overall participation in the local bridge community in addition to the accumulation of masterpoints. Sanders helps out at local tournaments. He also makes himself available to duplicate newcomers for advice or consolation, and plans, perhaps, to teach “when I learn a little bit more myself.”

Grand National Teams semifinal scores Morehead Championship Flight Spector Simson

21 52

73 75

120 84

174 105

Grue 22 Robinson 20

39 78

55 114

105 138

Lavanakul 8 Savchenko 53

41 85

77 107

127 145

Haji 6 Schaeffer 43

36 59

55 77

69 122

42 12

63 32

89 53

106 99

McIntosh 47 Young 29

90 42

81 63

123 79

Goldman Flight A

Sheinwold Flight B Hung Bates

MacNab Flight C Qian Herring

45 15

97 33

154 85

195 104

Meng Hu

39 21

48 75

80 110

94 163

A quiz for Intermediate players

Mike Cappelletti Sr. pointed out the following interesting deal from Saturday afternoon’s regional pairs game: Dlr: East ♠J6 Vul: E-W ♥ A 10 2 ♦A53 ♣AKJ74 ♠ K 7 4 2 ♥ Q 9 7 4 ♦ K 10 9 8 ♣ 5 ♠AQ9 ♥K653 ♦QJ7 ♣Q98

♠ 10 8 5 3 ♥J8 ♦642 ♣ 10 6 3 2

West North East South Pass 1NT (1) Pass 2♠ (2) Pass 2NT (3) Pass 3NT All Pass (1) Ostensibly 15-17 HCP. (2) Asks if opener is minimum or maximum. (3) Minimum. As declarer in 3NT on a nondescript auction, you receive the lead of the ♦10. You play low from dummy and win the queen when East follows low. You next play two rounds of clubs ending in dummy and run the ♠J, losing to West’s king. Back comes another spade. Taking stock, you have 11 tricks at this stage: two spades, two hearts, two diamonds and five clubs. Ever the greedy matchpoint player, you ask, “Is there any way to make a 12th trick?” Decide what you would do before reading further. One possibility is that you might find a defender with the doubleton ♥Q J, but that’s an extremely unlikely event. A better chance for the extra trick is to find the defender who holds the ♦K (surely West, based on the opening lead and play to trick one) to also hold four hearts: If he does, he will be squeezed on the run of the black winners. Some care is required, however. After winning the spade exit, cash the remaining clubs, pitching two low hearts from your hand. Next cash the ♦A so that the ♦J in your hand is a threat against West, cross to the ♥K and then cash your last spade winner. This is the three-card ending: ♠— ♥ A 10 ♦5 ♣— ♠ — ♥ Q 9 ♦ K ♣ — ♠Q ♥6 ♦J ♣—

♠8 ♥J ♦6 ♣—

When you play the ♠Q, West must choose between discarding the ♦K, allowing you to score your jack, or a heart, allowing you to score two heart tricks.

Simpson elected ABTA president

Brenda Simpson of Spokane WA has been elected president of the American Bridge Teachers Association. Simpson will begin her two-year team, taking over for current ABTA President Joyce Penn, on Oct. 1. The new president-elect of the ABTA is Chuck Hodel of Chico CA. Simpson teaches bridge five days a week in Spokane and directs two games. She also teaches and directs on cruise lines at least four times a year. She was recording secretary of the ABTA for eight years, vice president for two years and will become the president’s advisor for two years when her term as president ends. In a departure from the ABTA’s usual scheduling, the next conference of the organization is scheduled for the 2012 Spring NABC in Memphis. The ABTA normally meets at the Summer NABC. In observance of the ACBL’s 75th anniversary next year, the ABTA will provide free Teacher Accreditation Program (TAP) classes in Memphis to anyone who joins the ABTA between now and the 2012 Spring NABC next March. The course usually costs $125. This is a one-time offer. More information is available at www. teachbridge.com. Other officers installed for 2011-2012 are regional directors Sandy Stevens, Delma Murray, Ted Applegate and Terri Jones.

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GNT continued from page 1

the end of three sets. A late rally by Grue (District 24) fell short, Robinson prevailing 138-105. Here are the pairings by captain for the other GNT flights. Goldman Flight A – Igor Savchenko (District 24) versus Kurt Schaeffer (District 14). Savchenko defeated Tanakorn Lavanakul (District 21) 145127. Schaeffer defeated Siraj Haji (District 11) 122-69. Sheinwold Flight B – Craig McIntosh (District 2) versus Eugene Hung (District 21). McIntosh defeated Charles Young (District 8) 123-79. Hung defeated Marel Bates (District 23) 106-99. Mac Nab Flight C – Kaiyu Qian (District 2) versus Ping Hu (District 13). Qian defeated Barry Herring (District 25) 195-104. Hu defeated Xiangdong Meng (District 19) 163-94.

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Young LM Pairs With two final rounds to go, a pair of Coloradans will start play today in the lead by 2.76 matchpoints. David Corgin and Kurt Simmons of Boulder start play today with a carryover score of 26.82. That puts them ahead of brothers Richard and Andrew Jeng, Johns Creek GA, with 24.06. Richard is ACBL’s current youngest Life Master, having earned his gold card last year at the age of nine years, six months and 12 days. Right behind the Jeng brothers are Donald Lurie, White Plains NY, and Joe Yassi, Etobico*ke ON.

The Restaurant Guide By Sally Rewbotham, Tournament Chair

There are a great many jobs being done for the Toronto NABC by folks who work quietly behind the scenes. One of those jobs is the Schedule and Restaurant Guide which players receive for free when they register. This year, Josée Hammill and Jill Thompson accepted the challenge to put the guide together. Some of their comments about the task are as follows: “We must admit that we did not walk into this job with a lot of expectations. Ina Demme approached us about performing this task during the 2010 regional in Toronto, and we were both glad to ‘give back.’ The beauty was that this was our project, and we had free rein to handle it as we wished. Nothing seemed overly difficult. With the help of the Internet, it was easy to get a list of nearby restaurants. We were impressed by the overwhelmingly positive responses to our requests. It was a lot of fun getting to know the managers of many of Toronto’s restaurants. We feel that we have established a strong business relationship with many of them. continued on page 9

QUALIFIERS IN THE BRUCE LM-5000 26.0 Tables 1 Dennis Kaye, Rosendale NY; John Gropp, Newburgh NY 2 Kenny Horneman, Charlottesville VA; Zachary Brescoll, Versailles KY 3 Natalie Bassil, Boston MA; Neil Montague, Swampscott MA 4 Merril Hirsh, Washington DC; Monique Smith, Arlington VA 5 Richard Maybin, Hendersonville NC; Boyce Robbins, Piedmont SC 6 Scott Hiller, Marshall MN; Steven Wallis, Tampa FL 7 Howard Engle, Highland Park IL; Mark Weisman, Glenview IL 8 Marc Passman, Skokie IL; Samuel Miller, Glencoe IL 9 Buddhadeb Biswas, Lexington MA; Peter Morse, North Vancouver BC 10 Doug Andrews, Etobico*ke ON; J Melvin Norton, Burlington ON 11 Helen Johnston, Ajax ON; Anna Dosseva, Pickering ON 12 Jay Kelkar, Oak Hill VA; Shuba Dey, Fairfax VA 13 Diana Tenery-Ascher - Larry Ascher, Englewood NJ 14 Richard Temkin, Farmington MI; Kurt Dasher, Petersburg MI 15 William Anspach, Chicago IL; Robert Block, Deerfield IL 16 Susan Fuller, Miami FL; Maris Zilant, North Miami FL 17 Brad Barry, Phoenixville PA; David Amsterdam, Wayne PA 18 Emmy Haji, Columbus OH; Terry James, Upper Arlington OH 19 Peter Tien, Markham ON; Dennis Hsu, Scarborough ON 20 Patrick White, Bothell WA; Vic Quiros, Scottsdale AZ 21 Howard Binsky - Frank Welland, Mississauga ON 22 John Hogan Jr, Wayne NJ; Betty Cox, Randolph NJ 23 J Mark Siegrist, Gloucester ON; Bert Curry, Ottawa ON 24 Paul Nason, Los Angeles CA; Joseph De Gaetano, Atkinson NH 25 Peter Hambly, Hanover ON; Brooke Nelles, London ON 26 Doug Bennion - Lesley Thomson, Toronto ON 27 Jane Dillenberg, New York NY; Roberta Magnus, Brooklyn NY 28 Robert Whitcher, Austin TX; Anthony Bianchi, Houston TX 29 Lena Jackson - Don Jackson, Aurora ON 30 Robert Lurie, Wayland MA; John Hrones Jr, Needham MA 31 Danny Ioannidis, Stoney Creek ON; Stephen Young, Mississauga ON 32/33 Jay Baudler, Piedmont CA; Cordelia Menges, New York NY 32/33 Zachary Grossack, Newton MA; Donald Caplin, Waltham MA 34 Linda Saltzman - Michael Saltzman, Naperville IL 35 Andrew Stayton, Newark DE; Jeff Ruben, Wilmington DE 36 Mark Starr, Brookline MA; Jeffry Reckinger, Chicago IL 37 Richard Williams - Jody Williams, San Carlos CA 38 Jo Ann Zapatka - David Zapatka, Sun Lakes AZ 39 Bill Kertes - Rana Ghadaki, Toronto ON 40 Elaine Morrison, Lake Bluff IL; Lynn Patinkin, Libertyville IL 41 Alexander Ciura - Ioana Ciura, Mississauga ON 42 Cole Powell, Oakland CA; Linda Bandler, Alamo CA 43 Stephane Leblanc - Romain Jacques, Gatineau QC 44 Michael Lane - David Platnick, Charlottesvle VA 45 Steven Shaye, Slingerlands NY; Caroline Pascoe, Sarasota FL 46 Luisana Madueno, Aventura FL; Juan Castillo, Fort Lauderdale FL 47 Susan Jackowitz, Palm Bch Grdns FL; Nancy Turner, New York NY 48 Hazel Wolpert, Thornhill ON; Susan Korbel, Waterloo ON 49 Eileen Cripps, Madison WI; Steven Reuschlein, Middleton WI 50 Julie Tigges, Minneapolis MN; J Williams, Saint Paul MN 51 Michael Kammermayer, Hamilton ON; Jack Shinehoft, Dundas ON 52 Nathan Glasser, Somerville MA; Randy Okubo, Saint Paul MN

PAIRS

QUALIFIERS IN THE YOUNG LM-1500 PAIRS 14.0 Tables 1 David Corbin - Kurt Simmons, Boulder CO 2 Richard Jeng - Andrew Jeng, Johns Creek GA 3 Donald Lurie, White Plains NY; Joe Yassi, Etobico*ke ON 4 Charles Riffle, Emerald Hills CA; Douglas Grant, San Francisco CA 5 Alan Young - Douglas Martin, New Liskeard ON 6 Ambrose Ng, Thornhill ON; Manmohan Bhavra, Niagara Univ NY 7 Charles Bilich, Hewlett NY; Norman Trabulus, Port Washington NY 8 Jean LaTraverse, Mont-Royal QC; Jean La Traverse, Outremont QC 9 Ariel Leibovitz - Stephen Reichek, Houston TX 10 Suman Agarwal, Hilliard OH; Boris Tenchov, Columbus OH 11 Patrick Demerse, Nepean ON; B Bretzlaff, Manotick ON 12 Michael Bodell, Santa Clara CA; Belinda Gu, Sunnyvale CA 13 Michael McDonald, Rochester Hills MI; Franklin Kasle, Flint MI 14 Don Ostrom, Cambridge ON; Clyde Paul, St Catharines ON 15 Stu Cohen - Mark Weiss, Southfield MI 16 Magnus Weiman - Maureen Weiman, Eden Prairie MN 17 Colleen Holmes - Peter Holmes, Ottawa ON 18 Peter Deluca, Woodbridge ON; John McWhinnie, Hillsburgh ON 19 Derek Broughton, Musquobodoit Hb NS; Trisha Fleet, Dartmouth NS 20 James Wang, Tempe AZ; Min Xu, Oxnard CA 21 S Bonnar - A. Bruce Cameron, Mississauga ON 22 Ryan Connors - Randi Adelman, New York NY 23 David Venetianer, Chadds Ford PA; Richard Franklin, New Canaan CT 24 Jess Jurkovic - Peter Clark, New York NY 25 Richard Bonner, Colorado Spgs CO; Daryl Dietrich, Woodland Park CO 26 Bill Lough, Edina MN; William Cummings, Monticello MN 27 Victor Galis - Ioana Galis, Fremont CA 28 Mary Van Cleve, Toledo OH; Peter Erdman, Monroe MI

Manatee Convention Center

One Haben Blvd. Palmetto, FL

TOURNAMENT CO-CHAIRS:

Russ Delaney - (941) 926-4531, [emailprotected] Sandi Murray - (941) 302-3448, [emailprotected]

HOST HOTEL: Courtyard by Marriott

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Shuttle service will be provided between host hotel and Convention Center for daytime events.

Carryover 42.80 40.82 39.19 35.43 34.54 32.80 26.73 25.99 25.83 25.74 24.98 24.35 23.86 23.53 23.43 22.85 21.82 21.74 21.33 21.01 20.19 20.15 18.29 17.78 17.57 17.32 16.92 16.32 15.88 15.00 14.62 11.02 11.02 10.06 10.03 8.89 7.65 7.04 6.88 6.56 6.45 6.16 5.91 5.03 3.16 2.49 1.69 1.27 1.14 0.79 0.60 0.00

Carryover 26.82 24.06 23.80 22.78 19.81 18.57 15.96 13.99 12.37 11.47 11.14 8.86 8.81 8.73 6.86 5.28 3.77 2.86 2.56 1.48 1.37 1.24 1.20 0.47 0.27 0.26 0.07 0.00

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QUALIFIERS IN THE VON ZEDTWITZ LIFE MASTER PAIRS 39.0 Tables / Based on 200 Tables Carryover 1 Bruce Ferguson, Palm Springs CA; John Onstott, New Orleans LA 75.51 2 Chris Willenken, New York NY; Steve Weinstein, Andes NY 65.74 3 Zia Mahmood, New York NY; Tarek Sadek, Cairo Egypt 58.24 4 Mark Itabashi, Murrieta CA; Fred Hamilton, Las Vegas NV 56.37 5 Tim Rees - Adrian Thomas, Crowthorne Berk England 55.19 6 Marion Michielsen, Rotterd Netherlands; Roy Welland, New York NY 46.01 7 Chuck Said, Nashville TN; Michael Mikyska, Los Angeles CA 45.21 8 Marc Nathan, New York NY; Daniel Gerstman, Buffalo NY 45.18 9 Miguel Villas-Boas, Sao Paulo Brazil; Joao Paulo Campos, Sao Paulo 01229 Brazil 38.59 10 Stephen Drodge, McLean VA; John Miller, Vienna VA 38.30 11 Per-Ola Cullin, Johanneshov Sweden; Peter Bertheau, Taby Sweden 37.59 12 Geoff Hampson, Las Vegas NV; Eric Greco, Wynnewood PA 37.25 13 Richard Coren, Delray Beach FL; Robert Levin, Henderson NV 37.22 14 Betty Ann Kennedy, Shreveport LA; Cindy Bernstein, Memphis TN 37.15 15 Carlos Pellegrini, Buenos Aires Argentina; Hector Camberos, Charlotte NC 36.79 16 Boye Brogeland, Norway; Aubrey Strul, Boca Raton FL 35.65 17 Bruce Noda, Corte Madera CA; Mark Ralph, San Francisco CA 33.52 18 Cornelis Van Prooijen, Nieuw Vennep Netherlands; Alison Wilson, New York NY 32.85 19 Gary Gottlieb, Brooklyn NY; Peter Fredin, Malmo Sweden 30.77 20 Jay Borker, Greenwich CT; Jan Jansma, Spijkenisse Netherlands 30.12 21 Curtis Cheek, Las Vegas NV; Lynn Deas, Schenectady NY 29.63 22 Alex Perlin, Metuchen NJ; Jiang Gu, Mountain Lakes NJ 28.55 23 Mark Cohen - Stasha Cohen, Glen Ridge NJ 28.39 24 Ayako Amano - Kenji Miyakuni, Tokyo 167-004 Japan 27.96 25 David Siebert - Allan Siebert, Little Rock AR 27.86 26 Michael Ranis, New York NY; Magdy Shohdi Mesdary, Jersey City NJ 27.26 27 Drew Casen, Las Vegas NV; James Krekorian, Pensacola FL 26.62 28 Frederic Pollack, Lasalle QC; Martial Chagnon, Laval QC 25.24 29 Louk Verhees, 2215 SH Voorhou Netherlands; Danny Sprung, Philadelphia PA 24.54 30 Michael Rosenberg, Cupertino CA; Richard Zeckhauser, Cambridge MA 23.98 31 Malcolm Ewashkiw, Belleville ON; Robert Hollow, Madoc ON 23.85 32 Owen Lien, Flat Rock NC; Mike Cappelletti, Winter Park FL 23.74 33 Marc-Andre Fourcaudot, Montreal QC; Vincent Demuy, Laval QC 23.49 34 Nikolay Demirev, Arlington Hts IL; Joe Monro, Beverly Hills MI 22.70 35 Matt Granovetter - Pamela Granovetter, Cincinnati OH 22.52 36 Xiadyi Li - Haitao Liu, Beijing 21.62 37 David Kent, Lake Mary FL; Stephen Brown, Ottawa ON 20.12 38 Timur Aydin - Cristina Tita, Northville MI 19.44 39 Tien-Chun Yang, San Jose CA; Jun Shi, Palo Alto CA 19.00 40 Jon Wittes - Ross Grabel, Palm Desert CA 18.97 41 Jason Feldman, San Diego CA; Nagy Kamel, Plano TX 18.93 42 Michael Roche, Victoria BC; Larry Griffey, Vero Beach FL 18.66 43 Kirshnan Ramaratnam, Jersey City NJ; Kirubakara Moorthy, Chennai India 17.51 44 Michael Kamil, Holmdel NJ; R Jay Becker, New York NY 16.56 45 Stephen Gladyszak, Chelsea MA; Melody Bi, Ashland MA 16.48 46 Russell Ekeblad, Portsmouth RI; Peter Weichsel, Carlsbad CA 16.47 47 Daniel Hoekstra, Portland OR; Billy Miller, Las Vegas NV 15.77 48 Tania Reyes Hiller, Shrub Oak NY; Garey Hayden, Tucson AZ 15.11 49 Martin Bloom, Sydney 2031 Australia; Peter David Gill, Sydney Australia 14.53 50 Mark Aquino, Jamaica Plain MA; Robert McCaw, Sudbury MA 14.45 51 Marcos Thoma - Mauricio Figueiredo, San Paula, Sp 0 Brazil 13.93 52 Jeff Roman, Alexandria VA; Thomas Carmichael, Kennesaw GA 12.79 53 Les Bart, Bradenton FL; Fred Stewart, Bloomington NY 12.74 54 Alan Sontag, Gaithersburg MD; Alan Osofsky, Palm Beach FL 11.87 55 Stephen Shane, White Plains NY; Eugene Davidson, Boynton Beach FL 11.08 56 Claude Vogel, Chicago IL; Sangarapil Mohan, Oak Brook IL 10.61 57 Irina Levitina, Hackensack NJ; Laurie Vogel, New York NY 9.45 58 Ralph Katz, Burr Ridge IL; Frank Nickell, New York NY 8.08 59 Ron Smith - Linda Smith, Hixson TN 7.79 60 Bjarni Einarsson - Adalsteinn Jorgensen, 740 Neskaupstad Iceland 7.57 61 Robert Stayman, New Rochelle NY; John Boyer, Hastings Hdsn NY 7.47 62 Leslie Amoils, Toronto ON; Ishmael Delmonte, New South Wales Australia 6.83 63 Robert Sartorius, Lake Hiawatha NJ; Rick Roeder, La Mesa CA 6.51 64 Arch McKellar, Dobbs Ferry NY; Greg McKellar, Kingston ON 5.16 65 Jordan Cohen, Thornhill ON; George Berton, Newmarket ON 4.95 66 Barry Schaffer, Frisco TX; Colby Vernay, Lacon IL 4.74 67 Jonathan Weinstein - Stephen McConnell, Evanston IL 4.67 68 Allan Graves, Barnet VT; Jon Sveindal, Bergen Norway 4.32 69 Martin Henneberger, Coquitlam BC; Samantha Nystrom, Port Moody BC 4.17 70 William Arlinghaus, Ann Arbor MI; Dave Swarthout, Newberry MI 4.04 71 Scott Levine - Aaron Silverstein, New York NY 3.78 72 Lewis Richardson - Rashid Khan, Toronto ON 2.55 73 Bill Wisdom, Salisbury NC; Tom Rutledge, Charleston SC 2.28 74 Jacob Morgan, Madison WI; Michael Polowan, New York NY 2.10 75 Andre Chartrand, Lery QC; Charles Martineau, Brossard QC 1.38 76 Greg Hinze, San Antonio TX; David Grainger, Bend OR 0.40 77 Joseph Silver, Hampstead QC; John Carruthers, Harrow ON 0.26 78 Mary Oshlag, Memphis TN; Brian Johnston, Toronto ON 0.00

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“Working together was fun. The final product looks great, but it’s not all due to our efforts. We provided the ‘meat and potatoes’ (it is all about food, isn’t it?), but it was the ACBL staff who took our list and prettied it up for the printed guide which looks amazing! We also want to thank David Cohen for his wizardry with the website. He did a great job. (Check it out on torontonabc.com.)”

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PAIRINGS IN TODAY’S GRAND NATIONAL TEAMS

MOREHEAD CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT 16 Tables Steve Robinson, Arlington VA; Peter Boyd, Darnestown MD; Steve Landen, Ellicott City MD; Bill Pettis - Bill Cole, Silver Spring MD; Beth Palmer, Chevy Chase MD vs Warren Spector, Palm Beach FL; Michael Becker - David Berkowitz, Boca Raton FL; Gary Cohler, Miami FL; Jeff Meckstroth - Eric Rodwell, Clearwater Bch FL 50.00 3/4 Doug Simson - Walter Johnson, Columbus OH; Jerry Clerkin - Dennis Clerkin, Bloomington IN 50.00 3/4 Joe Grue - Shane Blanchard - Bob Blanchard Joel Wooldridge - John Hurd - Kevin Bathurst, New York NY GOLDMAN FLIGHT A 16 Tables Kurt Schaeffer, Apple Valley MN; Kerry Holloway, Bloomington MN; Bjorgvin Kristinsson - Keith Connolly, Minneapolis MN vs Igor Savchenko, Morris Plains NJ; Ljudmila Kamenova, South Setauket NY; Doug Herron - Bill Begert, New York NY; Valentin Carciu, Glen Head NY; Sorin Pleacof, Rego Park NY 37.50 3/4 Siraj Haji - J Adams, Columbus OH; Daniel Neill, Lexington KY; Tim Crank, Cincinnati OH; John Hinton, Greenwood IN; Bob Lyon, Indianapolis IN 37.50 3/4 Tanakorn Lavanakul, Dublin CA; Rajeev Gupta, San Mateo CA; Grant Vance - Greg Vance, San Leandro CA SHEINWOLD FLIGHT B 16 Tables Craig Macintosh, Scarborough ON; John Cook - Aleksandar Vujic - Andrew Collins - Charles Halasi - David Halasi, Toronto ON vs Eugene Hung, Palo Alto CA; Andrew Hoskins, Burlingame CA; Steve Chen - Sarah Chen, Fremont CA 30.00 3/4 Charles Young - Rich Pestien - Patrick Moos Mary Allen, Peoria IL 30.00 3/4 Marel Bates, Winnetka CA; Bruce Altshuler Zalman Perelman - Ryan Wessels, Los Angeles CA MAC NAB FLIGHT C 16 Tables Kaiyu Qian, Markham ON; Qian Ren, North York ON; Fred Li - Yuan Chen - Hang Zhang, Toronto ON; Wensong Zhen, Scarborough ON vs Ping Hu - Meiheng Shi, Naperville IL; Shengke Wang - Huixin Pan, Bolingbrook IL 20.00 3/4 Xiangdong Meng - Vincent Yung - Andrew Krywaniuk, Vancouver BC; Diana Jing, Burnaby BC 20.00 3/4 Barry Herring - Diogo Teixeira, Wellesley MA; Joy Dawson, Jamaica Plain MA; Christine Halkiotis, Wellesley Hills MA

Master Point Press invites you to MEET THE AUTHORS BOOK SIGNING Tonight at 6:15 pm Sheraton Centre Bookstand

Eric Rodwell

I’d been looking for a regular partner, and when I met Eric in 1974, I mentally clapped my hands together and said to myself, “That’s the guy.” Read this book, and you’ll begin to see why. Jeff Meckstroth, multiple World Champion As a young player I was fortunate enough to be among the few to see the original ‘Rodwell Files’. They taught me more about the game than anything else I studied. Eric is already well-known for his many contributions to bidding theory. Thanks to this book he will soon be known as a great theorist of cardplay as well. Fred Gitelman, World Champion

TOMORROW Ken Allan Paul Holtham Jim Priebe David Silver Peter Winkler

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Toronto 2011—A look back For the sixth time in ACBL history, the Summer NABC comes to Toronto. It is 10 years almost to the day that this gracious city last hosted an NABC. Toronto 2001 took over ninth place in the alltime top NABC attendance records with a grand total of 16,079.5 tables in play. Pre-tourney publicity promised plenty to do — museums, art galleries, theater, outdoor activities, fine dining and lively nightlife — and Toronto delivered in spades. Eight all-time greats were inducted into the ACBL Hall of Fame at the annual banquet on July 19, 2001. Eric Murray and Sami Kehela became the first Canadian members when they were presented as the winners of the von Zedtwitz Award for outstanding contributions to bridge. Alan Truscott became a member by winning the Blackwood Award. Also inducted were Lew Stansby and Richard Freeman. Three deceased persons were added to the Hall — Peter Leventritt, Bobby Nail and Sally Young. Paul Soloway was presented with the Sidney Lazard Jr. Sportsmanship Memorial Trophy by Sidney Lazard Sr. And native Canadian Ralph Cohen was honored by the Goodwill Committee for his contributions over many years to the ACBL, to the World Bridge Federation and to bridge in general. The 5th World Computer Bridge Championship was held in 2001, with competitors from France (Wbridge5), Germany (Q-Plus), Great Britain (Blue Chip Bridge), Japan (Micro Bridge), the Netherlands (Jack) and the United States (Bridge Baron). In the 64-board final, Jack beat Micro Bridge 136-84. Exhibition matches teaming up Jack and Micro Bridge saw the techno duo go down in defeat to a team of international stars — Jacek Pszczola, Piotr Gawrys, Sam Lev, Pinhas Romik — by a margin of 18 IMPs. Another team of star players — Lisa and David Berkowitz, Marty Fleisher and JoAnna Stansby — defeated the computers by 8 IMPs. As of the second Friday of the tournament, Zeke Jabbour had played in three events, and he won all three. He was a member of the team that won the NABC Senior Swiss Teams. He also won a Swiss Teams with his wife Sharon and a Flight A Knockout. He said he thought about playing Saturday, but changed his mind: “I might not win.” Getting to the heart of the matter, Toronto 2001 was first and foremost about bridge. Here are some of the hands written up in the Daily Bulletin.

Grand defense in the Morehead GNT Championship flight The team captained by Jill Meyers squared up against the team captained by Rose Meltzer in the first Grand National Teams Championship Flight final in 2001. The Meyers team rallied from 27 IMPs down in the fourth quarter to win the event. Meyers, of Santa Monica CA, was playing with Ed Davis, Seal Beach CA; Mitch Dunitz, Sherman Oaks CA, and Iftikhar Baqai, Irvine CA. Kyle Larsen helped the Meltzer team to a 12IMP gain on this deal from the third final session. See if you can figure out the correct play, as Larsen did. Larsen was playing with Hugh Ross. Meltzer was playing with Peter Weichsel. Dlr: West ♠82 Vul: Both ♥QJ8532 ♦53 ♣ J 10 9 ♠ 10 3 ♠65 ♥ A K 9 ♥764 ♦ A K J 10 4 ♦976 ♣ K 6 2 ♣87543 ♠AKQJ974 ♥ 10 ♦Q82 ♣AQ

West North East South Dunitz Weichsel Baqai Meltzer 1♦ Pass Pass Dbl 1NT 2♥ Pass 3NT All Pass You lead a high diamond and partner contributes the 9, discouraging in your upsidedown methods. What is your continuation? Dunitz cashed two high diamonds and continued the suit. Meltzer’s ♦Q was the ninth trick and she scored up plus 600. West North East South Larsen Davis Ross Meyers 1♦ Pass Pass Dbl Pass 1♥ Pass 3NT All Pass Larsen also led a high diamond, but after Ross’s discouraging signal, found the killing defense — he cashed the top two hearts. Can you appreciate declarer’s agony as she tried to select a discard on the second high heart? At trick three, declarer was squeezed. A diamond pitch allows Larsen to drop the queen

LOUISE MCNEELY A/X PAIRS 74.0 Tables / Based on 130 Tables A X 31.75 1 Peggy Sutherlin, Dallas TX; Nancy Passell, Plano TX 23.81 2 Russell Samuel, Long Beach NY; Kyoko Shimamura, Tokyo Japan 21.42 3 1 Robert Todd - Bob Soni, Tallahassee FL 13.39 4 Mildred Breed, Austin TX; Shawn Quinn, Sugar Land TX 10.58 5 Kazuo K. Furuta, Kanagawa-Ken Japan; Hiroaki Miura, Fuchu City, Japan 16.07 6 2 Ronald Wilson - Ronald Sutherland, Mississauga ON 12.05 7 3 Stanislaw Kolesnik, Elmwood Park IL; James Hudson, Elmhurst IL 9.04 8 4 Jessica Piafsky, New York NY; Frederic Volcker, Issy les Moulin France 7.14 9 5 Kevin Conway, Kirkland Lake ON; Dale Freeman, Englehart ON 6.12 10 6 Nancy Koffler - A Koffler, Saint-Laurent QC 5.36 11 7 Harvinder Sidhu, Scottsdale AZ; Himanshu Joshi, Chester NJ 4.88 12 8 Helen Hackner, Willowdale ON; David Horner, Carrollton TX 6.55 13 Dennis McGarry - Linda McGarry, Stuart FL 4.23 14 Diana Schuld, Glen Head NY; Julie Zhu, Vero Beach FL 4.02 15 David Gurvich - Michael Lipkin, Brooklyn NY 4.28 16 9 Peter Peng, North York ON; Mike Peng, Waterloo ON 4.44 17 10 Evette Mashaal, Westmount QC; Ghassan Menachi, Fabreville QC 5.16 18 11 John Berry, New Hyde Park NY; Jimmy Pelham, Freeport NY 3.18 19 Dan Morse, Houston TX; John Sutherlin, Dallas TX 3.02 20 Sharon Anderson, Eagan MN; Bill Cook Jr, Madison MS 5.77 21 12 McKenzie Myers, Beaverton OR; Greg Humphreys, Charlottesville VA 3.77 13 Stephen Cooper, Toronto ON; Henry Sigal, Piedmont CA 2.86 14 Mark Caplan, London Nw3 7qb United Kingdom; David Caplan, Toronto ON

and take the first seven tricks. If Meyers had let go of the ♣Q, it would have been easy for Larsen to exit with a low club and simply wait with his top diamonds and the ♣K. At the table, Meyers pitched a spade, so Larsen cleared the diamond suit and waited to make the ♣K to defeat the contract. Chance meeting One Friday in 2001, Danny Miles was on his way to watch the Grand National Teams when he ran into a friend. The friend introduced him to Elwyn Brown of Ottawa and within minutes of meeting, Miles and Brown decided to try the twosession Open Pairs. After they finished playing the first hand, they knew it was going to be their day. They went on to win the event. Dlr: North ♠AK9863 Vul: E-W ♥J ♦65 ♣QJ42 ♠ 4 ♠ Q 10 2 ♥ A 7 5 4 ♥ Q 10 9 6 2 ♦ A J 8 2 ♦Q73 ♣ A 10 6 5 ♣K8 ♠J75 ♥K83 ♦ K 10 9 4 ♣973 West North East South Miles Brown 1♠ Pass 2♠ Dbl 3♣ 4♥ Pass Pass 4♠ Dbl All Pass Miles and Brown were reasonably sure they could make the heart game, but they weren’t optimistic about the five level. Brown thought his hand might be well suited for defense, considering his partner’s takeout double, so he doubled. The big problem — trying to find seven tricks for a penalty greater than the value of their heart game. Brown led the ♥Q, picking up both the king and the jack. Declarer covered, and Miles found the killing shift after winning his ♥A. He underled his ♣A! Brown won and returned a club to partner’s ace. Brown ruffed the club return and shifted to the ♦7, covered by the 9 and won by Miles with the jack. After cashing the ♦A, he led his last club, enabling Brown to win his trump queen en passant. That was the seventh defensive trick — Miles and Brown got the 800-point set they needed.

59.12% 58.69% 58.67% 58.46% 58.04% 57.92% 57.83% 57.70% 57.56% 57.39% 57.28% 57.19% 57.13% 56.97% 56.97% 56.45% 56.35% 56.15% 55.79% 55.69% 55.68% 55.55% 55.45%

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Denys Robinson - Chris Robinson - James Drake - Marissa Gold-Ruvolo, Toronto ON Susan Martin - Francoise Frenette, Rosemere QC; Michel Guerin, Lorraine QC; Jean-Noel Savard, Montreal QC Suzanne Nunn - Jeannine Mackie, Newmarket ON; Frank Henriques, Bradford ON; Irean Doran, Aurora ON T Goodwin, Northville MI; Carl Gentile, Dallas TX; Lois Mann, Smithtown NY; Sandra Jones, Brightwaters NY

104.00 83.00 79.00 67.00

SATURDAY A/X SWISS

45 Tables / Based on 98 Tables A X 12.64 1 Jeff Aker, Briarcliff NY; Brady Richter, Summit NJ; Sidney Brownstein, Santa Monica CA; Ed Davis, Seal Beach CA; Mitch Dunitz, Sherman Oaks CA 9.48 2 Alexander Kolesnik, Ventura CA; Jim Munday, Camarillo CA; Kent Hartman, San Diego CA; Sumner Steinfeldt, Washington DC 7.11 3 Jay Whipple III, Boca Grande FL; Ed Schulte, Tampa FL; Joseph Godefrin, Sarasota FL; Michal Kopecky, 54101 Czech Republic; Milan Macura, 75301 Czech Republic 10.04 4 1 Bob Feller, Guilderland NY; Leonard Melander, West Bloomfield MI; James Fox - Judy Fox, Virginia Beach VA 4.00 5 Leo Bell, Long Beach CA; L James Phillips, Chicago IL; William Wickham, Los Angeles CA; Craig Allen, Glen Ellyn IL 7.53 6 2 Marius Moldovan, Pointe-Claire QC; M. Xavier Combey, D D O QC; Zoltan Lazar - Sergiu Calangiu, Doll-Des-Ormeau QC 1.78 7/9 Shannon Cappelletti, Delray Beach FL; Susan Stark, Cleveland OH; Jan Assini, Aurora OH; Phyllis Fireman, Chestnut Hill MA 1.78 7/9 Hansa Narasimhan, Los Altos Hills CA; Amar Banerjee, Bhadreswar 91 India; Sumit Mukherjee, Rolkata 91 India; Bhabesh Saha - Kaustabh Nandi, Kolkata West Be India; D Majunder, 1.78 7/9 Sondra Schubiner, Franklin MI; Petra Hamman, Dallas TX; Suzanne Stevenson - Liz Kalb, Bloomfield MI; Emily Harrell, Shoal Creek AL 1.26 10 John Rayner - Barbara Sims, Mississauga ON; Andy Stark, Toronto ON; Eric Shepherd, Hamilton ON 5.65 3 Henry Bethe - Raghavendra Rajkumar, Ithaca NY; Paul Bethe, New York NY; Rajeswaran Rajkumar, Germantown MD 4.24 4 Paul Hardy - Elizabeth Scott, Nepean ON; Claude Tremblay - Muriel Tremblay, Niagara On Lake ON 3.18 5 Kim Eng, Issaquah WA; Jeffrey Ford, Redmond WA; Chris Moore Jennifer Chalfan, Bellevue WA 2.38 6 Jacques Fradette - Louise Zicat, Gatineau QC; Bob Zeller, Kanata ON; Georgia Lay, Ottawa ON

53 Tables B C D 9.56 1 1 1 7.17 2 5.87 3/4 2/3 5.87 3/4 2/3 2 3.78 5 4 3 2.83 6 5 4 2.12 6 1.97 5 1.48 6

102.00 93.00

91.00 89.00 85.00 84.00 83.00

83.00 83.00 81.00 70.00 69.00 66.00 65.00

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Zachary Scherr - Max Glick - Jin Hu, Ann Arbor MI; Jonathan Fleischmann, Bloomfield MI Thomas Dale - Roy Perry, St. John’s NL; Richard Lash, St John’s NL; Barbara Rhoades, Wilmington DE Anne Fidelman, Houston TX; Janet Fidelman - Janice Smola, Arlington MA; Catherine Sallar, Fall River MA Paul Harris - Cecilla Borras, Waltham MA; Sarah Widhu, Nashua NH; Christine Pettingell, Sudbury MA Polly Siegel, Los Altos CA; Eusebio Menezes, Cupertino CA; Jane McLaughlin, San Francisco CA; Charles Burns, Vancouver WA James Stahl, Chagrin Falls OH; Larry Murray, Leamington ON; Clair Chisler, Montgomery AL; Ron Zeran, Willowdale ON Lynn Stanley - Anne Mahoney, Moncton NB; Judy McNeilly, Mount Hope ON; Terry Jones, Falls Church VA Sohail Hasan - Emil Cornejo - Carole Van Wieck - James Southern IV, New York NY Viki O’Dea - Joan Ledrew, St. John’s NL; Stephen Kalstein Michele Saland, Philadelphia PA

103.00 99.00 97.00 97.00 89.00 84.00 83.00 78.00 77.00

QUEENS QUAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY KO BRACKET 1 16 Tables 54.65 1 Mary Ann Berg, Atherton CA; Mark Lair, Canyon TX; Bauke Muller, Hoorn Netherlands; Huub Bertens, Tilburg Netherlands; Ton Bakkeren, Oisterwijk Netherlands; Simon De Wijs, Doorn Netherlands 38.26 2 Richard Schwartz, East Elmhurst NY; John Kranyak, Las Vegas NV; Ron Pachtmann, Kfar Saba 44 Israel; Eldad Ginossar, Moshav Zofit Israel 21.86 3/4 Jim Mahaffey, Winter Park FL; Sam Lev, New York NY; Jacek Pszczola, Chapel Hill NC; Sjoert Brink, Rotterdam Netherlands; Bas Drijver, Capelle Aan Den Netherlands; Gunnar Hallberg, Brighton United Kingdom 21.86 3/4 Carolyn Lynch, Scottsdale AZ; Mike Passell, Las Vegas NV; Adam Zmudzinski, Katowice, Poland; Cezary Balicki, Smolec Poland; Aleksander Dubinin - Andrew Gromov, Moscow Russia QUEENS QUAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY KO BRACKET 2 12 Tables 27.71 1 Shan Huang, Toronto ON; Difan Wang, Scarborough ON; Jianfeng Luo, North York ON; Zuwei Shan, Mississauga ON 19.40 2 Robert Tremblay - Gerard Turcotte - Alain Dufour - Gerard Bouchard, Quebec QC 11.08 3/4 Leonard Melander, West Bloomfield MI; Bob Feller, Guilderland NY; Judy Fox - James Fox, Virginia Beach VA 11.08 3/4 Ruth Stober, Great Neck NY; Mary Gorkin, Baldwinsville NY; Henry Nelson, Zelienople PA; Steven Conrad, Manhasset NY QUEENS QUAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY KO BRACKET 3 12 Tables 19.14 1 Linda Harrison, Calgary AB; Hao Ge, Bay Village OH; Yan Wang, Scarborough ON; Nongyu Li, Sunnyvale CA; Nan Nan Chen, ON 13.40 2 Joe Black - Lawton Hutchison - Dean Truair, Austin TX; Wiley McMinn III, Cedar Park TX 7.66 3/4 Normand Malette - Mario Rovinelli, Sudbury ON; John Wang, Beltsville MD; Robert Michaud, Saint David ME 7.66 3/4 Claude Depatie, Saint-Mathias-R QC; Cecile Rodier, Saint-Hyacinthe QC; Ghislaine Carignan, Brossard QC; Francine Methot-Page, Longueuil QC QUEENS QUAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY KO BRACKET 4 12 Tables 16.19 1 Jonathan Buss - C. Deaun Moulton - Edith Ferber, Waterloo ON; Wladyslaw Nowak, Kitchener ON 11.33 2 John Johnson, Harlingen TX; Richard Papineau, Goderich ON; George Van Amburg - Helen Van Amburg, Dewitt MI 6.48 3/4 Roy Perry - Viki O’Dea - Joan Ledrew Thomas Dale, St. John’s NL; Barbara Rhoades, Wilmington DE; Richard Lash, St John’s NL 6.48 3/4 Vinay Sarin - Poonam Sarin, Thornhill ON; Ratna Omidvar - Robert Brown, Toronto ON QUEENS QUAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY KO BRACKET 5 14 Tables 14.57 1 Douglas Hamilton - Carol Hamilton - Nancy Fraser, Halifax NS; Kristie Misener, Wellington NS 10.20 2 Marc Franklin - Mary Lou Moriarty, Portland OR; Geoffrey Webb, Kelowna BC; Irene Macarthur, Charlottetown PE 5.83 3/4 Susan Muncy, Fort Wayne IN; Mary Lou Fullerton - Jean Hackett, Toronto ON; Gloria Klaustermeier, Kasota MN 5.83 3/4 Blake Sanders, Jonesboro AR; Ti Davis - David co*ckcroft - Fran co*ckcroft, Little Rock AR QUEENS QUAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY KO BRACKET 6 16 Tables 13.02 1 Mary Lovrics, Don Mills ON; Barbara Murray, Caledon ON; Joan Gitelman, North York ON; Cathy Tile, Toronto ON 9.11 2 Don McNiven - Adrian Record, Fergus ON; Marjorie Newbery, Barrie ON; Brendon Doherty, Ariss ON 5.21 3/4 Margaret Wynarchuk, Richmond Hill ON; Amy Batthish, Concord ON; Joy Shapiro, Thornhill ON; Melanie Bloch, Toronto ON 5.21 3/4 Rod MacDonald, Ottawa ON; Philip Kopala, Tarpon Springs FL; Barbara Jones - Greg Jones, Manotick ON QUEENS QUAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY KO BRACKET 7 16 Tables 11.49 1 David Hawkins - Peggy Rankin, Mississauga ON; Douglas Oke, Minden ON; Elizabeth Basciano, Oakville ON 8.04 2 Mary Seggerman, Brooklyn NY; Peggy Casey Fitzpatrick, Saugerties NY; Robert Schapiro, Weston MA; Jeffrey Schapiro M.D., Needham MA 4.60 3/4 Allen Woolfrey - Jan Woolfrey - Selwyn Kossuth - Gord Smith, Mississauga ON 4.60 3/4 Maureen Koseff - Alan Koseff, Erie PA; Barbara Spencer - Joanne Ende, Meadville PA INTERNATIONAL FUND MIDNIGHT KO 10 Tables 3.03 1 Asya Ladyzhensky, Ellenton FL; John Marriott III, Cary NC; Andrew Cavalier - Joshua Sablan, Pensacola FL 2.12 2 Kim Eng, Issaquah WA; Chris Moore - Jennifer Chalfan, Bellevue WA; Jeffrey Ford, Redmond WA 1.21 3/4 Nicholas Erpelding, Hopkins MN; Sean Gannon, Decatur GA; Andre Asbury, Warner Robins GA; Tony Ames II, Minnetonka MN 1.21 3/4 Daniel Lyder, ; Jeremy Fournier, Richardson TX; Mitch Towner, Austin TX; Greg Humphreys, Charlottesville VA

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Page 12 SEMIFINAL PAIRINGS IN THE COLLEGIATE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP 4 Tables Brandeis: Adam Grossack, Newton MA; James Hickey, Londonderry NH; Hang Yang - Zhihao Liu, Waltham MA vs University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill: Patrick Domico Kenneth C.K. Chuk - Susannah Small - Ovunc Yilmaz, Chapel Hill NC University of Pennsylvania #2: Zhuo Wang - Xi Chen - Naijia Guo, Philadelphia PA; Kendrick Chow, San Francisco CA vs University of California, Berkeley: Edmund Wu, San Francisco CA; Frank Lin - Antony Lee, Berkeley CA; Eric Chan, Walnut CA EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION KO BRACKET 1 6 Tables 24.10 1 Ken Gee, Regina SK; Robert Porter, Henderson NV; Jerry Stamatov, Bulgaria; Chris Compton, Dallas TX; Edward White, Grand Blanc MI; Diyan Danailov, 12.77 2 Jori Grossack, Waban MA; Adam Grossack, Newton MA; Roy Green - Mary Green, Carlisle MA EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION KO BRACKET 2 6 Tables 14.28 1 Richard Temkin, Farmington MI; Gary Brinker, Maumee OH; Joseph Ernsthausen, Sylvania OH; Kurt Dasher, Petersburg MI; Frank Sensoli, St Clair Shrs MI; Michael D Alioto, Birmingham MI 7.57 2 John Moschella, Winter Spgs FL; Tansu Aksu, Orlando FL; Keith White, Jacksonville FL; Henry Meyer, Indian Rvr Shrs FL; Julie Zhu, Vero Beach FL EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION KO BRACKET 3 7 Tables 12.59 1 Linda Harrison, Calgary AB; Hao Ge, Bay Village OH; Nan Nan Chen, ; Yan Wang, Scarborough ON; Nongyu Li, Sunnyvale CA 6.67 2 Ulysse Desmarais - Vicki Dale - Jennifer O’Hara, Sudbury ON; Robert Lamothe, New Liskeard ON; John Biondi, North Bay ON 2.83 3 Robert Tremblay - Gerard Turcotte - Alain Dufour - Gerard Bouchard, Quebec QC EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION KO BRACKET 4 6 Tables 9.68 1 Henry Sigal, Piedmont CA; Gabrielle Uz, Palo Alto CA; Stephen Cooper, Toronto ON; Rick Eissenstat, 97278 Jerusalem Israel 5.13 2 Gerald Lackner, Graz Austria; Senta Kurschellackner, Hofbauerweg 11 Austria; Peter Steiner, Semriach Austria; Andrea Muliar, Vienna Austria EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION KO BRACKET 5 6 Tables 8.01 1 Dick Sangster, Powell River BC; Thomas Collins, New Harbor ME; Walter Stephan, Montclair NJ; Ralph Meyer, Ridgewood NJ 4.25 2 Valentin Vieru, Citrus Heights CA; Barbara Wheeler, Sacramento CA; Patricia Zavadil, Denver CO; Jim Canty, Berkeley CA EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION KO BRACKET 6 6 Tables 6.12 1 Susan Knox - Karen Kribs, Aspen CO; Dorothy Segel, Carbondale CO; Courtney Keller, Basalt CO 3.24 2 Don McNiven - Adrian Record, Fergus ON; Marjorie Newbery, Barrie ON; Brendon Doherty, Ariss ON EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION KO BRACKET 7 7 Tables 5.73 1 Claire Young - Wallace McOuat, San Anselmo CA; Phyllis Kreider - Donald Kreider, San Rafael CA 3.04 2 Susan Martin - Francoise Frenette, Rosemere QC; Michel Guerin, Lorraine QC; Jean-Noel Savard, Montreal QC FRIDAY-SATURDAY MORNING COMPACT KO BRACKET 1 10 Tables 9.31 1 John Mackay - David Pickering - Diane K.M. Gordon - Clyde Paul, St Catharines ON 6.52 2 Ray Pfeister, Bronxville NY; Michael McNamara - Sylwia McNamara, White Plains NY; William Ehlers, Montclair NJ 4.19 3 Bob Rebelein, Poughkeepsie NY; Evan Markowitz, New York NY; Paul Birnbaum, Trenton NJ; Jill Marshall, Port Chester NY 3.26 4 Constance Sackville, Vero Beach FL; Ken Collins, Richmond Hill ON; Ian Totman, Toronto ON; Jeffrey Tsang, Pittsburgh PA FRIDAY-SATURDAY MORNING COMPACT KO BRACKET 2 16 Tables 6.48 1 Mary Seggerman, Brooklyn NY; Jeffrey Schapiro M.D., Needham MA; Robert Schapiro, Weston MA; Peggy Casey Fitzpatrick, Saugerties NY 4.54 2 Richard Muntz, Riverview MI; Susan Yester, Birmingham MI; Diane Pasik - Betty Andersen, Sterling Hts MI 2.92 3 Kathy Coleman - Carolyn Marks - Karen Collins, Fort Worth TX; Janet Jordan, Aledo TX 2.27 4 Gabriel Perry - Bathsheba Perry, Houston TX; Elaine Rhodenizer, Ottawa ON; Verna Glenn, Kanata ON

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1. 2. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 38.0 Tables A 7.28 1 5.46 2 4.67 3 3.50 4 2.30 5 3.49 6 2.62 1.92 1.96 1.47 1.33 0.95

53.5 Tables B 20.16 1 15.12 2 11.34 3 8.51 4 6.85 5 5.76 6 5.04 7 4.87 8 4.18 9 3.67 10 3.36 11 4.12 12 5.88 13 2.69 14 2.92 15 2.66 3.41 2.25 2.09

11.5 Tables A 3.11 1 2.33 2 2.09 3 1.57 4 0.98 5 1.18 6 0.88 0.68

10.0 Tables A 2.10 1 1.58 2 1.47 3 0.89 4 1.10 5 0.83 6 0.82 0.48 0.62 0.46

COLLEGIATE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP Brandeis: Adam Grossack, Newton MA; James Hickey, Londonderry NH; Hang Yang - Zhihao Liu, Waltham MA Univ. of California, Berkeley: Edmund Wu, San Francisco CA; Frank Lin - Antony Lee, Berkeley CA; Eric Chan, Walnut CA Univ. of Pennsylvania #2: Zhuo Wang - Xi Chen - Naijia Guo, Philadelphia PA; Kendrick Chow, San Francisco CA Univ. North Carolina, Chapel Hill: Patrick Domico - Kenneth C.K. Chuk - Susannah Small - Ovunc Yilmaz, Chapel Hill NC Stanford: Samuel Lichtenstein - Constance Chao - Yiyang Zhao, Stanford CA; Zizhuo Wang, Palo Alto CA Dartmouth #1: Yinghan Ding - Tianhao Xu - Zachary Kamin - Zachary Hamaker, Hanover NH Univ. of Texas, Austin: Anant Rathi - Kelli Rankin - Patrick Wang, Austin TX; James Andrew Pruet, Houston TX Hamilton: Jeremy Adelman, Clinton NY; Joelle Adler, Albany NY; Joshua Snyder, Leesburg VA; Carolyn Rhodes, Pittsford NY NYU: Charles Lei, Holmdel NJ; Michael Zhuang, Superior CO; Harrison Rodriguez, New York NY; Virginia Hildreth, Upper Arlington OH

116.00 109.00 102.00 92.00 78.00 73.00 69.00 58.00 23.00

SATURDAY EVENING SIDE GAME B 1 2 3 4 5 6

C 1 2 3 4 5 6

Peter Boyd-Bowman, Greensboro NC; C. Alex Hudson, Raleigh NC Sun-O Ho, Redmond WA; William McFall, New Berlin WI Sue Becker, Canton OH; Frank Morgan, Williamstown MA Fred Chasalow, Belmont CA; Edward Frymoyer, Half Moon Bay CA Kent Mignocchi, Bronx NY; George Friedman, New York NY J Wilmer Winsor, Napanee ON; Shiree Shafrir, Trenton ON Russell Craft - Dee Craft, Smith’s Parish Bermuda Louise McNeely - Janice Upenieks, Mississauga ON Janet Dunlap, Oceanside CA; Joan Kroener, Cardiff CA Gheorghe Beres, Windsor ON; Andrzej Niewiadomski, Scarborough ON Howard Emmerman - Fern Emmerman, Riverwoods IL Steve Graves, Olney MD; Steven Nesseler, Silver Spring MD

65.21% 63.69% 61.59% 60.75% 58.99% 58.09% 57.59% 57.18% 55.71% 54.75% 54.64% 53.66%

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D 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Marcia Syer - Louis Brooks, Oakville ON Morton Weiser, Katonah NY; Richard Polunsky, Houston TX Dennis Feuer - Abbie Feuer, No Palm Beach FL Uday Maitra, Mississauga ON; Lino D’Souza, Burlington ON Jeffrey Tsang, Pittsburgh PA; William Palmer, Brooklyn NY Keith Pugsley, Oakville ON; Doneen Vernon, Toronto ON Mark Olsky - Mary Olsky, Madison WI Greg Chang, Lexington MA; Paul Simon, Arlington MA Steve Overholt - Sudhir Patwardhan, Etobico*ke ON Xiaoxiong Dai, Edison NJ; Jason Ji, Milltown NJ Barbara Stewart, Victoria BC; Marie Wiley, London ON David Gordon, Ottawa ON; Michael Baggott, North Gower ON Silva Minassian - Vatche Minassian, Orillia ON Evan Markowitz, New York NY; Paul Birnbaum, Trenton NJ David W K Quan, Richmond Hill ON; Eric Lee, Thornhill ON Judith Cole, Toronto ON; Vera Weinstein, North York ON Kathy Guinyou - Joe Varnell, Toronto ON William Thorp, Dana Point CA; Dorothy Conway, Ottawa ON Rosemary Thompson - Nanci Ruthen, London ON

64.20% 62.68% 61.23% 60.47% 59.84% 59.39% 57.91% 57.21% 57.10% 57.07% 56.97% 56.41% 55.93% 55.72% 55.55% 55.37% 55.14% 54.88% 54.66%

SATURDAY EVENING 299ER PAIRS B 1 2 3 4 5 6

C 1 2 3 4 5

Arlene Bretzlaff, Manotick ON; Julia Demerse, Nepean ON William Pollock - Mary Gordon, Toronto ON Jeffery Jones, Vero Beach FL; David Armstrong, Whitmore Lake MI Vicki Shepperd Chin - Sandy Silverman, San Diego CA Ildiko Baxter, Allison Park PA; Gunhild Alius, Beachwood OH Robert Bercovici - Bina Feldman, Toronto ON Peter Bartl, Toronto ON; Tricia Adco*ck, Livingston TX Susan Applegate, Chanhassen MN; Carol Fredericksen, Minnetonka MN

62.63% 61.91% 59.32% 57.58% 57.34% 55.36% 54.61% 53.32%

SATURDAY EVENING 49ER PAIRS B 1 2 3 4 5

C 1 2 3

Diana Maniscalco - Michael Maniscalco, Port Jefferson NY Barbara Chester - George Chester, Lions Head ON Verna Bailey, Portage MB; Matthew Robillard, Toronto ON Maryan Gibson - Allison Reid, Toronto ON George Correia, - Bermuda; Joan Thomas, Brights Grove ON Susan Bartlett - Bruce Fraser, Toronto ON Angela Steger, Wilmette IL; Sarah Proesel, Winnetka IL Conrad Larkin, Santa Rosa CA; Marion Ezedinma, Pembroke Bermuda Susan McEwen, Kitchener ON; Stefanie Scott, Holly MI Kyra Reu - Jacqueline Reu, Beachwood OH

70.11% 62.96% 60.85% 56.24% 53.62% 53.55% 53.10% 50.23% 47.86% 47.47%

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8.0 Tables A 1.89 1 1.42 2 1.30 3 0.98 4/6 0.62 4/6 0.62 4/6 0.73 0.48 0.48 17.5 Tables A 3.96 1 2.97 2 2.38 3 1.67 4 1.79 5 0.94 6 1.34 1.00 1.01 0.71 0.71

Page 13 SATURDAY MORNING PARTNERS BRIDGE CLUB 49ER PAIRS B 1 2 3 4/5 4/5

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Janice Chappelle - Shirley Moore, Meaford ON Bev Kilpatrick, Aurora ON; Gayle Connor, Richmond Hill ON David Drake, Vancouver BC; Marilyn Fischman, Toronto ON Pamela Yokom - Cynthia Teeter, Toronto ON Madeline Taylor, Gloucester ON; Maureen O Byrne, Ottawa ON Mary Silky - Bill Silky, Syracuse NY James Mylrea - Jean Mylrea, Toronto ON Deb Van Eeken - Jennifer Puncher, Toronto ON Helen Baker - Nancy Jackson, Haliburton ON

67.92% 59.17% 56.25% 55.00% 55.00% 55.00% 54.58% 46.67% 46.67%

SATURDAY MORNING PARTNERS BRIDGE CLUB 299ER PAIRS B 1 2 3 4 5 6

C 1 2 3 4 5 6/7 6/7

Millicent Nadel, Fairfield CT; Judith Glazer, New Canaan CT Frances Whitworth - Harry Whitworth, Buford GA Susan Paul - Megan Paul, Toronto ON Peter Jarvis - Robin Post, Mississauga ON Ann Sutherland - Will Sutherland, North York ON Bill Pope - Bev Pope, Burlington ON Zsoka Balla - Martin Klaponski, Toronto ON Victor Zubacs - Gerald Parks, Toronto ON Michael Bastedo - Corey Powell, Ann Arbor MI Sharon Phillips - Cathy Dann, Greenwich CT Richard Buttermore - Wendy Buttermore, Royal Oak MI

DOUG DREW A/X DAYLIGHT PAIRS 21.0 Tables / Based on 74 Tables A X 26.61 1 1 M. Xavier Combey, D D O QC; Marius Moldovan, Pointe-Claire QC 19.96 2 2 Margaret Baykal - Gur Baykal, Markham ON 14.97 3 3 Russ Jones, Jonesboro AR; Jerry Fong, Marianna AR 11.23 4 Arnold Fisher, Clementon NJ; Lawrence Lerner, Warren NJ 8.24 5/6 Linda Wynston, Toronto ON; James Cummings, Scarborough ON 8.24 5/6 Gen Geiger - Bette Cohn, Sarasota FL 8.79 7 4 Stanley Roth, New York NY; Alvin Galland, Hastings-On-Hud NY 5.91 8 Judi Radin, New York NY; Stacy Jacobs, Hinsdale IL 6.95 9 5 Detlef Ladewig - Robert Sewell, Toronto ON 5.95 10 6 Robert Lavin, East Longmeadow MA; Michael Dworetsky, Bloomfield CT 5.21 11 7 J Howard Tate - F Ruth Tate, Toronto ON 4.63 12 8 Michael McGuire, Hernando MS; Ned Irving, Hot Sprgs Vlg AR 4.17 13 9 Goldye Raphael - Harold Raphael, Montreal QC 3.55 14 Milton Zlatic, Saint Louis MO; Rod Beery, Saint Charles MO 3.79 15 10 Joan Ann Waletzky - Niel Waletzky, Shaker Heights OH 3.47 11 Cetin Okcuoglu, Moorestown NJ; Ian Kidger, Reading England 42.0 Tables A B C 7.89 1 1 5.92 2 4.44 3 3.33 4 2.50 5 5.00 6 2 1 3.75 3 2.81 4 3.30 5 2 2.48 6 3 2.01 4 1.39 5 1.04 6

66.28% 62.20% 60.71% 59.06% 58.33% 57.74% 56.55% 53.57% 52.38% 51.65% 51.65%

58.12% 56.75% 55.88% 55.34% 55.12% 55.12% 54.96% 54.63% 54.41% 53.81% 53.59% 53.27% 53.21% 53.10% 52.72% 52.12%

SATURDAY AFTERNOON SIDE GAME Peter Winkler, Hanover NH; Roy Hughes, Toronto ON Jessica Chance - Joan Anderson, West Des Moines IA Kelvin Ng, Singapore 80609 Singapore; Cheng Yen Lam, S600236 Singapore George Retek - Mari Retek, Montreal QC Craig Robinson - Elaine Landow, Lansdale PA Evan Ziegler - Ying Lin Gu, San Diego CA Ralph Meyer, Ridgewood NJ; Walter Stephan, Montclair NJ Dennis Carman - Susan Bailey Carman, Plainwell MI Jim De Boer, Scarborough ON; Harriet Wagman, Toronto ON William Wang, Beilun, Ningbo, People’s Republic of China; F Sun, Thornhill ON Viola Heywood, Welland ON; Robert Padgug, Amherst NY Pawel Hanus, Carrollton TX; Bogumil Knypinski, N Richland Hill TX Ru Hong Terajewicz, Brookline MA; Alix Taylor, Lincoln MA

66.33% 65.97% 65.64% 61.77% 61.27% 61.26% 60.30% 59.99% 59.84% 58.70% 56.54% 55.71% 54.32%

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SATURDAY-SUNDAY KO BRACKET 8 16 Tables Annie Schwartz, Fairfax VA; Seth Manfield - Melanie Manfield Sabrina Manfield, Chevy Chase MD vs Joanne Gilmore - Ann Shaw, Mississauga ON; Sherrill Bain Korrie-Sue Marshall, Oakville ON David Lodge - Nance Lodge, Rancho Mirage CA; Alan Schneider - Sherie Schneider, Beverly Hills CA vs Helen Malcolm, Kincardine ON; Carolyn Brady - Louise Morel Phil Dowd, Toronto ON SATURDAY-SUNDAY KO BRACKET 9 16 Tables George Fillis - Karen Fillis - Laurie-Ann Levin, San Antonio TX; Renee Levy, Dallas TX vs Robert Spencer, Freelton ON; David Duff, Oakville ON; Gord Ellis - Michelle Ellis, Hamilton ON Joan Phillips, Brewerton NY; Bobbie McDougal - Catherine Mason, Syracuse NY; Margaret Venesky, Cicero NY vs Chris Chung - Han-Yu Chang, Palo Alto CA; Daniel Harting, Mountain View CA; Stephanie Kung, Berkeley CA SATURDAY-SUNDAY KO BRACKET 10 16 Tables David Eddy - Pam Husband, Mississauga ON; Gary Reinblatt Cynthia Winkler, Toronto ON vs Janine Burns, Hallieford VA; Mehdi Marvasti, Jamesville NY; Arne Garvander, Richfield MN; Richard Wedgewood, Washington DC Elizabeth Bianchini, Perth ON; Lorraine Garvin, Toledo ON; Joan Dunbar, Elgin ON; Doris Weiser, Katonah NY vs Kai Tong - Larry Richardson, Kingston ON; Stanley Marshall, Brockville ON; C Dennis Dressler, Enterprise ON SATURDAY-SUNDAY KO BRACKET 11 14 Tables Tony Robson, Arlington VA; Thomas Jennings, McLean VA; Brandon Harper, Winter Park FL; Ryan Miller, Tampa FL vs Barbara Jones - Peter Jones, Whitby ON; Louise Ormiston, Scarborough ON; Robert f*ckunaga, Thornhill ON Charles Dalmas - Stephen Massicotte, Sarnia ON; Bonnie Bond, Hamilton ON; Lesley Corrin, Toronto ON vs David Morreau - Elaine Rhodenizer, Ottawa ON; William Rance, Gloucester ON; Verna Glenn, Kanata ON SATURDAY-MONDAY MORNING KO BRACKET 1 8 Tables Jay Whipple III, Boca Grande FL; Ed Schulte, Tampa FL; Joseph Godefrin, Sarasota FL; Michal Kopecky, 54101 Czech Republic; Milan Macura, 75301 Czech Republic vs Will Engel, Freeport IL; James Melville, Springfield IL; William McFall, New Berlin WI; Sun-O Ho, Redmond WA Eric Leong, Oakland CA; Tadashi Teramoto, Tokyo Japan; Tadashi Yoshida, Tokyo 168-0073 Japan; Kazuhiko Yamada, Ota-Ku Tokyo Japan vs Daniel Colatosti, Waltham MA; John Malley, Pascoag RI; Myra Kolton, Chestnut Hill MA; Ann Borgschulte, Lexington MA; Stephen Gladyszak, Chelsea MA SATURDAY-MONDAY MORNING KO BRACKET 2 8 Tables Claude Depatie, Saint-Mathias-R QC; Ghislaine Carignan, Brossard QC; Harry Freedman, Ottawa ON; Paulin Nault, SaintAnicet QC vs Claude Tremblay - Muriel Tremblay, Niagara On Lake ON; Jan Stewart - Andrew Risman, Toronto ON Marc Franklin, Portland OR; Geoffrey Webb, Kelowna BC; Margaret Hansell, Champaign IL; Bryant Town, Edmonton AB vs Eric Renshaw, Palm Springs CA; Gene Summ - Kannan Dan, San Diego CA; Rudi Cataldi, Rolling Hills CA SATURDAY-MONDAY MORNING KO BRACKET 3 8 Tables James Keegan, Cambridge MA; Jane Adams, Lexington MA; Alix Taylor, Lincoln MA; Ru Hong Terajewicz, Brookline MA vs Christy Wiegel - Jeffrey Wiegel, Wilsonville OR; Maxine McComas - R Duane McComas, Portland OR Bernard Cope - Ann Cope, W Hartford CT; Linda Teitelbaum Myron Teitelbaum, Roslyn NY vs Thomas fa*gan - Katie fa*gan, Kailua HI; Robert Kleinman Madelaine Kleinman, Vail CO

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Page 14 SATURDAY-SUNDAY KO BRACKET 1 16 Tables Veronica McMurdie - John McMurdie, Sacramento CA; James Weeks, Palm Desert CA; Marjorie Michelin, Laguna Woods CA vs Dan Jacob, Vancouver BC; Jurek Czyzowicz, Gatineau QC; Bob Etter, Sacramento CA; Cameron Doner, Richmond BC Jeffrey Miller, Naperville IL; Geoffrey Brod, Avon CT; Brad Carmichael, Kansas City MO; Lewis Finkel, Jupiter FL vs Dave Smith, Walls MS; John Diamond, Boca Raton FL; Brian Platnick, Evanston IL; Rich Rothwarf, Philadelphia PA SATURDAY-SUNDAY KO BRACKET 2 16 Tables Doug Fraser - Sandra Fraser, Victoria BC; Brad Bart, Burnaby BC; Michael Yuen, Vancouver BC vs Kenton Schoen, Burke VA; Diane Walker, Gaithersburg MD; Michael Levinson, Daly City CA; Helene Bauman, Arlington VA Fred King, Falls Church VA; Barry Bragin, Silver Spring MD; David Abelow, Owings Mills MD; David Ruderman, Burtonsville MD vs Claire Tornay - George Tornay Jr, Palm Beach Gdns FL; Karen Allison, Las Vegas NV; Rich Kasprowicz, Schenectady NY; Mary Paul, Toronto ON SATURDAY-SUNDAY KO BRACKET 3 16 Tables Phillip Becker - Hope Ellis, Beachwood OH; Fleur Howard, Gates Mills OH; Charles Scholl, Shaker Heights OH vs Serge Chevalier, Laval QC; Jean Castonguay, Lery QC; Leo Weniger, Halifax NS; James Kirby, Dartmouth NS Terry Du - Peter Wong, Toronto ON; Jiawei Luo - Richard Chan, Markham ON vs Samantha Punch, Stirling Fk United Kingdom; Stephen Peterkin, Stirling United Kingdom; Anne Symons, Falkirk Scotland; Sheila Adamson, Scotland Eh8 7d United Kingdom SATURDAY-SUNDAY KO BRACKET 4

16 Tables Gary Donner, Bluffton SC; Deborah Murphy, San Francisco CA; Judith Marshall - Sharon Benz, Buffalo NY vs Sandra Hammer, Dorset VT; Courtney Nelson, Wells VT; Barbara Doran - Eric Landau, Silver Spring MD; Jennifer Ballantyne, Vancouver BC; Joel Fuhrman, Kirkland WA Thomas Corlett - Ethel Corlett, Waco TX; Constance Sackville, Vero Beach FL; Vincent Messina, Wolfeboro NH vs Andy Muenz, Brookhaven PA; Howard Kahlenberg, Philadelphia PA; Richard Morgen - Donna Morgen, Havertown PA SATURDAY-SUNDAY KO BRACKET 5 16 Tables Jeremy Smee, St Catharines ON; Rod Jansen, Fonthill ON; George Morrissey, Welland ON; Brian Macartney, Vineland ON vs Laura Lipman, Augusta ME; Jon Downing, Solihull England; Liam Johnstone, Birmingham England; Lawrence Cheetham, North Hampton NH Adam Parrish, Arlington MA; Joel Datloff - Linda Wiener, Vancouver WA; Merlin Vilhauer, Beaverton OR; Paul O’Brien, Portland OR vs Nicholas Stock, North Vancouver BC; Chris Diamond, Winnipeg MB; David Breton, Vancouver BC; Ben Takemori, Burnaby BC SATURDAY-SUNDAY KO BRACKET 6 16 Tables Debbie Benner - Arthur Crystal, Fairfield CT; David Cohen, Thornhill ON; Ken Collins, Richmond Hill ON vs Sean Gannon, Decatur GA; Max Aeschbacher, Salt Lake City UT; Cristal Nell, Redmond WA; Andre Asbury, Warner Robins GA Gerald Lackner - Hans Kadletz, Graz Austria; Andrea Muliar, Vienna Austria; Peter Steiner, Semriach Austria vs Michael Kolacki - George Clark, Chicago IL; Jerry Poliquin, Gurnee IL; Brian Blackmore, Downers Grove IL SATURDAY-SUNDAY KO BRACKET 7 17 Tables Arun Goyal - Rachna Goyal - Mike Ma, Cincinnati OH; Stephen Moese, West Chester OH vs Tom Fletcher - Steve McCafferty - Marsha Reall, Columbus OH; Brenda Simpson, Spokane WA Michael Creager, Brecksville OH; Richard Underwood - Joanne Schlang, Voorheesville NY; Monica Early, Cuyahoga Falls OH vs David Neff, London ON; Ewoud Van Goch, St Thomas ON; Tony Viidik - Joan Viidik, Waterloo ON Donald Buchanan, Hilton Head SC; Alan Leaver, Buffalo NY; Peggy Gibson, Hilton Head Isl SC; Mark Pettit, Petrolia ON vs Robert Smink, Newtown Sq PA; Hilary Hayden, Mahone Bay NS; Norman Cannon, Fort Myers FL; Fran Smith, Glen Ellyn IL

16.0 Tables A 3.94 1 3.79 2 2.84 3 2.13 4 1.70 5/6 1.60 5/6 1.57 1.54 1.15 0.86

SATURDAY MORNING SIDE GAME SERIES B 1 2 3 4 5 6

C 1 2 3 4 5

Mary Orock - Jacqueline Montgomery, Fort Worth TX Greg Jones - Barbara Jones, Manotick ON Joan Ledrew - Viki O’Dea, St. John’s NL John Pruitt, Baldwinsville NY; Cherrolyn Woolwine, Naperville IL Jane McLaughlin, San Francisco CA; Gene Simpson, San Rafael CA Dennis Kaye, Rosendale NY; John Gropp, Newburgh NY Sami Naydani, Saint-Bruno QC; Carmen Gawish, Brossard QC Richard Wedgewood, Washington DC; Janine Burns, Hallieford VA Laurence Grey, Chandler AZ; Mehdi Marvasti, Jamesville NY Paul Holmes, Brocton NY; Eric Gettleman, Baltimore MD

SATURDAY AFTERNOON PARTNERS BRIDGE CLUB 49ER PAIRS 19.0 Tables A B C 3.05 1 Denys Robinson - Chris Robinson, Toronto ON 2.29 2 1 James Drake - Marissa Gold-Ruvolo, Toronto ON 1.72 3 2 Verna Bailey, Portage MB; Howard Gilberg, Tallahassee FL 1.29 4 Shirley Moore - Janice Chappelle, Meaford ON 1.16 5 3 Judy Zeckhauser, Buffalo NY; John Tsui, Oakville ON 0.87 6 4 Pamela Yokom - Cynthia Teeter, Toronto ON 0.65 5 Sandra Curtis, Bailey’s Bay Bermuda; Steven Trumper, Hamilton Parish Bermuda 1.05 6 1 Jean Macpherson - Mary Tapscott, Toronto ON 0.79 2 Elaine Psaila - Edith Stagni, Toronto ON 0.59 3 Beverly Moreland - John Moreland, Campbellville ON 0.44 4 Kelly Shields - Nora Guinane, Toronto ON 0.33 5 Betty Ann Streeter - Pauline Monks, Toronto ON

31.0 Tables A 5.79 1 4.34 2 3.26 3 2.44 4 2.50 5 1.87 6 1.40 1.05 1.07

61.36% 60.42% 59.85% 58.14% 57.39% 57.39% 56.63% 55.68% 54.73% 54.17%

65.18% 64.03% 58.93% 58.63% 58.33% 58.04% 57.40% 56.85% 55.36% 54.76% 50.89% 50.30%

SATURDAY AFTERNOON PARTNERS BRIDGE CLUB 299ER PAIRS B 1 2 3 4 5 6

C 1 2 3 4 5 6

Peter Basciano, Burlington ON; Elena Petrella, Oakville ON Ronald Hartlen, Clarksburg ON; Mary Clark, Meaford ON Robert Law, Toronto ON; Vernon Forster, Tsawwassen BC David Weil, Toronto ON; Yaping Ge, Highland CA Suzanne Jaffe, Toronto ON; Michael Layton, Mississauga ON David Armstrong, Whitmore Lake MI; Ronald Banyai, Milton ON Michael Bastedo - Corey Powell, Ann Arbor MI Carol Fredericksen, Minnetonka MN; Susan Applegate, Chanhassen MN Ian McElroy, Markham ON; Fred Pember, Thornhill ON

72.16% 66.67% 63.83% 63.26% 61.74% 60.61% 57.39% 54.73% 54.36%

SATURDAY AFTERNOON BRIDGE-PLUS+ 29.0 Tables / Based on 28 Tables A B 2.87 1/2 1/2 Joan Stepinac - Clare Walmsley, Guelph ON 2.87 1/2 1/2 Stephen Gerring - Nancy Miles, Toronto ON 1.85 3 3 Beverly Moreland - John Moreland, Campbellville ON 1.38 4 John Kittredge - Carol Kittredge, Toronto ON 1.08 5 4 Kathleen Zaichuk - Jane Hamer, Toronto ON 0.89 6/8 5/7 Gerry Josefik - Tim Josefik, Oakville ON 0.89 6/8 5/7 Doug Snow, Etobico*ke ON; Violet Archer, Toronto ON 0.60 6/8 5/7 Anne Sommer, Bainbridge Isl WA; Carole Hillard, Leroy IL

73.75% 73.75% 72.50% 70.65% 68.75% 65.00% 65.00% 65.00%

DOUG DREW B/C/D DAYLIGHT PAIRS 55.0 Tables / Based on 53 Tables B C D 19.85 1 1 1 Nolan Chang - Jack Chang, San Gabriel CA 14.89 2 Terry Sye - Joan Nurse, Etobico*ke ON 11.18 3 2 2 Michael Bilon, Toronto ON; Thomas Revesz, Scarborough ON 8.38 4 3 3 David Graham - Jill Graham, Boca Raton FL 6.62 5 4 Bobby Rose, Scarsdale NY; Jane Finn, Greenwich CT 5.67 6 5 Carol Maggipinto - Mark Maggipinto, Aptos CA 4.96 7 6 Jorry Chu, Mississauga ON; Gabriel Sitarenios, Richmond Hill ON 4.78 8 Pat Crampsey - Mike Fernley, Oshawa ON 4.39 9 7 Ted Telford, Etobico*ke ON; Martin Kornbluth, Toronto ON 4.07 10 8 4 Jan Gilewicz, Minesing ON; J Ronald Moore, Barrie ON 3.68 11 Allen Selling - Charles Smith, Erie PA 3.64 12 Bobbi Kauffman - John Link, Houston TX 3.21 13 9 5 Bernie Katchen, Toronto ON; Percy Goldenberg, Willowdale ON 2.75 14 10 6 David Ryder, Toronto ON; Beverly Candlish, Markham ON 2.48 11 James Easterling, Casselberry FL; Jose Delgado, Miami FL 3.78 12 7 Ronald Gough, Thornhill ON; Arlene Klapman, Toronto ON 2.14 8 David Carter - Pat Emery, New York NY

61.62% 59.57% 58.71% 58.37% 58.00% 57.96% 57.35% 57.31% 57.26% 57.08% 56.96% 56.84% 56.11% 56.03% 55.53% 55.38% 54.57%

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SATURDAY EVENING SIDE GAME NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS AA BB CC A B C A B C 1 1 Sue Becker, Canton OH; Frank Morgan, Williamstown MA 61.59% 1 1 2 2 Fred Chasalow, Belmont CA; Edward Frymoyer, Half Moon Bay CA 60.75% 2 3 Kent Mignocchi, Bronx NY; George Friedman, New York NY 58.99% 3 2 1 4 Richard Budd, Portland ME; Rick Binder, Waltham MA 57.78% 4 3 5 3 1 Russell Craft - Dee Craft, Smith’s Parish Bermuda 57.59% 5 4 6 4 Douglas Thompson, Acton MA; Karen Barrett, Norwalk CT 56.90% 6 7 5 Charles Brown, Denton TX; Mark Rosenholz, Albany NY 56.22% 7 8 George Retek - Mari Retek, Montreal QC 56.02% 8 5 2 9 6 Yefim Shoykhet, Bronxville NY; Selim Benardete, New York NY 55.60% 9 6 3 10 7 Lenore Cavallero, Hillsborough CA; Robert Roman, Greenbrae CA 55.20% 10 11 8 2 Howard Emmerman - Fern Emmerman, Riverwoods IL 54.64% 11 7 12 9 Richard Kay, Mission BC; Ramzan Ackber, Abbotsford BC 54.36% 12 8 4 13 10 Bryan Morgan, Dallas TX; Robert Lynn, Salem VA 54.02% 13 9 5 14 Patricia Elms, Newport Beach CA; Ruth Grossman, Newton MA 53.96% 14 10 15 11 3 Steve Graves, Olney MD; Steven Nesseler, Silver Spring MD 53.66% 15 11 12 Igor Milman - Oleg Rubinchik, Brooklyn NY 52.66% 12 4 Gregg Myerson - Abby Myerson, Sherman Oaks CA 51.13% 13 5 Joo-Hee Janicki, Markham ON; Lillian Trac, San Rafael CA 48.13% LOUISE MCNEELY B/C/D PAIRS EVENING SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS FF GG HH B C D B C D 1 1 1 Silva Minassian - Vatche Minassian, Orillia ON 65.24% 1 1 1 2 2 2 Marcia Syer - Louis Brooks, Oakville ON 64.16% 2 2 3 3 3 Dennis Feuer - Abbie Feuer, No Palm Beach FL 63.07% 3 3 4 4 4 Jeffrey Schwartz, Fairfax VA; Kevin Rosenberg, Cupertino CA 59.58% 4 5 5 5 Rosemary Thompson - Nanci Ruthen, London ON 59.50% 5 4 2 6 6 Andrew Brownbill - Jean Brownbill, Burlington ON 58.92% 6 5 3 7 Uday Maitra, Mississauga ON; Lino D’Souza, Burlington ON 57.61% 7 6 8 Keith Pugsley, Oakville ON; Doneen Vernon, Toronto ON 56.57% 8 7 9 7 6 Kevin Chaisson, San Diego CA; Philippe Lamoise, Solana Beach CA 55.81% 9 8 4 10 8 7 Shailesh Gupta, Alison Viejo CA; Ankur Rathi, Fort Worth TX 55.70% 10 11 Judite Kokis, Mississauga ON; Gail Lambacher, Oakville ON 55.24% 11 12 9 Michael Krasnoff - Judith Krasnoff, Columbus OH 54.20% 12 9 13 Lynda Flanger, Gainesville VA; Elinor Hood, Milwaukie OR 54.17% 13 10 5 14 Linda Gallaher, Morehead KY; Marvin Kolodzik, Cincinnati OH 53.82% 14 11 6 15 10 8 Steven Mehta, Mississauga ON; Michael Moore, Oakville ON 53.68% 15 12 7 16 11 9 Ted Greeniaus, Redmond WA; Claire McGuire, Glenview IL 53.50% 16 13 17 12 10 Jane Adams, Lexington MA; James Keegan, Cambridge MA 53.48% 17 18 13 11 Ingrid Megow, Toronto ON; Klaus Buechner, Mississauga ON 53.11% 18 14 19 Rand Pinsky - Kathy Swaine, Valencia CA 52.96% 19 15 8 20 14 David Cohen - Dan Richards, East Hampton NY 52.63% 20 16 9 21 Evan Markowitz, New York NY; Paul Birnbaum, Trenton NJ 52.19% 21 17 10 22 Judi Waters - Gordon Waters, London ON 52.04% 22 15 Marsha Gerstein, Somerville MA; Mark Heumann, Watertown MA 50.67% SATURDAY EVENING 299ER PAIRS ONLY SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTION EEE A B C A B C 1 1 1 Arlene Bretzlaff, Manotick ON; Julia Demerse, Nepean ON 62.63% 1 2 2 2 Jeffery Jones, Vero Beach FL; David Armstrong, Whitmore Lake MI 59.32% 2 1 1 3 Ildiko Baxter, Allison Park PA; Gunhild Alius, Beachwood OH 57.34% 3 2 2 4 3 Peter Bartl, Toronto ON; Tricia Adco*ck, Livingston TX 54.61% 4 3 3 5 4 3 Paul Gibson - Carol Buchanan, Hilton Head Isl SC 52.82% 5 4 SATURDAY EVENING 49ER PAIRS ONLY SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTION FFF A B C A B C 1 Diana Maniscalco - Michael Maniscalco, Port Jefferson NY 70.11% 1 2 Maryan Gibson - Allison Reid, Toronto ON 56.24% 2 1 3 1 1 Angela Steger, Wilmette IL; Sarah Proesel, Winnetka IL 53.10% 3 2 4 Shirley Moore - Janice Chappelle, Meaford ON 51.23% 4 3 2 Conrad Larkin, Santa Rosa CA; Marion Ezedinma, Pembroke Bermuda 50.23% 1 2 Susan McEwen, Kitchener ON; Stefanie Scott, Holly MI 47.86%

EAST-WEST Peter Boyd-Bowman, Greensboro NC; C. Alex Hudson, Raleigh NC Sun-O Ho, Redmond WA; William McFall, New Berlin WI J Wilmer Winsor, Napanee ON; Shiree Shafrir, Trenton ON Louise McNeely - Janice Upenieks, Mississauga ON Richard Hartz, Utica NY; Gary Philips, Liverpool NY Henry Unglik, Ottawa ON; Estelle Margolin, Rego Park NY Judi Sonon, Pittsburgh PA; Cecilia Powell, Monroeville PA Janet Dunlap, Oceanside CA; Joan Kroener, Cardiff CA Gheorghe Beres, Windsor ON; Andrzej Niewiadomski, Scarborough ON Tina Radding, Charleston SC; Sherril Cuzzell, Summerville SC Paul Stanbury - Deanne Dennison, Kleinburg ON William Kraybill - Kimberly Music, Lewis Center OH D Rowe, Peterborough ON; Gerald Edge, St Williams ON Brian Schroeder, Okemos MI; Michal Propas, Toronto ON Judith Chaice - Fred Hawa, White Plains NY Eugene Barrack, Washington Twp NJ; Isaiah Shalom, W Brookfield MA Bernie Weiss, New Orleans LA; Charles Arthur, North York ON

EAST-WEST Jeffrey Tsang, Pittsburgh PA; William Palmer, Brooklyn NY Sandy Birnholtz, Sylvan Lake MI; Clarke Cunningham, Dearborn MI Kathy Guinyou - Joe Varnell, Toronto ON Barbara Stewart, Victoria BC; Marie Wiley, London ON Steve Overholt - Sudhir Patwardhan, Etobico*ke ON Judith Cole, Toronto ON; Vera Weinstein, North York ON David W K Quan, Richmond Hill ON; Eric Lee, Thornhill ON Greg Chang, Lexington MA; Paul Simon, Arlington MA Morton Weiser, Katonah NY; Richard Polunsky, Houston TX Jan Stewart - Andrew Risman, Toronto ON Mark Olsky - Mary Olsky, Madison WI William Thorp, Dana Point CA; Dorothy Conway, Ottawa ON Michael Lubetsky, Montreal QC; Terry Martin, Parkside SK Katherine Pugsley, Oakville ON; Darlene Blachar, West Hill ON Thomas James - Chris James, Scarborough ON Beverly Pogoda - Joseph Meyers, New York NY Bettina Brammann-Kuisat - Jurgen Durkop, Germany Germany Allison Howard, Cookeville TN; Blair Young, Littleton CO Irene Rodaro - Andre Desmarais, Etobico*ke ON Karen Levy - Nancy Klym, Calgary AB Andrew Cavalier - Joshua Sablan, Pensacola FL Denise Hoffman - Mary Freier, Marquette MI

64.69% 60.60% 59.76% 59.05% 58.78% 58.65% 58.60% 57.56% 57.54% 56.75% 55.93% 55.34% 54.34% 53.97% 53.54% 53.07% 53.04% 52.62% 52.09% 52.01% 51.97% 51.69%

EAST-WEST William Pollock - Mary Gordon, Toronto ON Vicki Shepperd Chin - Sandy Silverman, San Diego CA Robert Bercovici - Bina Feldman, Toronto ON Susan Applegate, Chanhassen MN; Carol Fredericksen, Minnetonka MN Barrie Mc Leod, Oakville ON; Bonni Stewart, Mississauga ON

61.91% 57.58% 55.36% 53.32% 53.01%

EAST-WEST Barbara Chester - George Chester, Lions Head ON Verna Bailey, Portage MB; Matthew Robillard, Toronto ON George Correia, - Bermuda; Joan Thomas, Brights Grove ON Susan Bartlett - Bruce Fraser, Toronto ON Kyra Reu - Jacqueline Reu, Beachwood OH

1 2 3 4 5/6 5/6 7 8 9 10

NORTH-SOUTH Charles Riffle, Emerald Hills CA; Douglas Grant, San Francisco CA Donald Lurie, White Plains NY; Joe Yassi, Etobico*ke ON Ariel Leibovitz - Stephen Reichek, Houston TX Derek Broughton, Musquobodoit Hb NS; Trisha Fleet, Dartmouth NS Magnus Weiman - Maureen Weiman, Eden Prairie MN Charles Bilich, Hewlett NY; Norman Trabulus, Port Washington NY Suman Agarwal, Hilliard OH; Boris Tenchov, Columbus OH Janice Barrett - Allan Barrett, Richmond Hill ON David Venetianer, Chadds Ford PA; Richard Franklin, New Canaan CT S Bonnar - A. Bruce Cameron, Mississauga ON

YOUNG LM-1500 PAIRS SECOND SEMIFINAL SESSION SECTIONS K L EAST-WEST 59.46% 1 Jean LaTraverse, Mont-Royal QC; Jean La Traverse, Outremont QC 59.15% 2 Mary Van Cleve, Toledo OH; Peter Erdman, Monroe MI 57.69% 3 Richard Jeng - Andrew Jeng, Johns Creek GA 57.31% 4 David Corbin - Kurt Simmons, Boulder CO 56.85% 5 Victor Galis - Ioana Galis, Fremont CA 56.85% 6 Eric Endicott - Linda Akazawa, Toronto ON 54.92% 7 Don Ostrom, Cambridge ON; Clyde Paul, St Catharines ON 54.46% 8 Ron Haney, Bobcaygeon ON; Gordon Humphrys, CD 53.23% 9 Alan Young - Douglas Martin, New Liskeard ON 53.15% 10 Richard Bonner, Colorado Spgs CO; Daryl Dietrich, Woodland Park CO

63.54% 58.46% 56.85% 56.54% 54.31% 53.38% 53.23% 52.92% 52.62% 52.54%

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

NORTH-SOUTH Brad Barry, Phoenixville PA; David Amsterdam, Wayne PA Jay Kelkar, Oak Hill VA; Shuba Dey, Fairfax VA Buddhadeb Biswas, Lexington MA; Peter Morse, North Vancouver BC Merril Hirsh, Washington DC; Monique Smith, Arlington VA Garth Yettick, Denver CO; Harley Bress, Golden CO Jane Dillenberg, New York NY; Roberta Magnus, Brooklyn NY Susan Fuller, Miami FL; Maris Zilant, North Miami FL Richard Williams - Jody Williams, San Carlos CA Paul Nason, Los Angeles CA; Joseph De Gaetano, Atkinson NH William Anspach, Chicago IL; Robert Block, Deerfield IL Bill Kertes - Rana Ghadaki, Toronto ON Marc Passman, Skokie IL; Samuel Miller, Glencoe IL Albert Shrive, Dalton PA; Ann Borgschulte, Lexington MA Kathy Venton, Petaluma CA; David Pankratz, Santa Rosa CA Peter Tien, Markham ON; Dennis Hsu, Scarborough ON Doug Bennion - Lesley Thomson, Toronto ON Luisana Madueno, Aventura FL; Juan Castillo, Fort Lauderdale FL Kasmer Andreychuk, Yorkton SK; Myriam Milgrom, Port St Lucie FL Kenny Horneman, Charlottesville VA; Zachary Brescoll, Versailles KY Jay Baudler, Piedmont CA; Cordelia Menges, New York NY Linda Saltzman - Michael Saltzman, Naperville IL

BRUCE LM-5000 PAIRS 2ND SEMIFINAL SESSION SECTIONS A B C D EAST-WEST 58.33% 1 Richard Maybin, Hendersonville NC; Boyce Robbins, Piedmont SC 57.92% 2 Patrick White, Bothell WA; Vic Quiros, Scottsdale AZ 57.81% 3 Peter Hambly, Hanover ON; Brooke Nelles, London ON 57.20% 4 Helen Johnston, Ajax ON; Anna Dosseva, Pickering ON 57.05% 5 Diana Tenery-Ascher - Larry Ascher, Englewood NJ 56.94% 6 Richard Temkin, Farmington MI; Kurt Dasher, Petersburg MI 56.71% 7 Emmy Haji, Columbus OH; Terry James, Upper Arlington OH 56.37% 8 Dennis Kaye, Rosendale NY; John Gropp, Newburgh NY 55.17% 9 Richard Olanoff, De Witt NY; Donald Dalpe, Baldwinsville NY 54.94% 10 Barton Buffington, North Kingstown RI; Donna Marks, Atlanta GA 54.37% 11 Steven Shaye, Slingerlands NY; Caroline Pascoe, Sarasota FL 54.15% 12 Zachary Grossack, Newton MA; Donald Caplin, Waltham MA 53.88% 13 Doug Andrews, Etobico*ke ON; J Melvin Norton, Burlington ON 53.81% 14 Howard Engle, Highland Park IL; Mark Weisman, Glenview IL 53.21% 15 Scott Hiller, Marshall MN; Steven Wallis, Tampa FL 51.81% 16 Cole Powell, Oakland CA; Linda Bandler, Alamo CA 51.77% 17 Susan Jackowitz, Palm Bch Grdns FL; Nancy Turner, New York NY 51.73% 18 Sandra DeMartino, Riverside CT; Greta Pineles, Jackson NJ 51.70% 19/20 Natalie Bassil, Boston MA; Neil Montague, Swampscott MA 51.62% 19/20 John Moschella, Winter Spgs FL; Tansu Aksu, Orlando FL 51.09% 21 Richard Hyken, Morristown NJ; Julie Cohan, Montville NJ

64.22% 60.33% 59.99% 59.65% 57.92% 57.54% 56.79% 55.35% 54.68% 54.37% 53.66% 53.39% 53.24% 53.13% 53.09% 52.98% 52.41% 52.07% 51.89% 51.89% 51.40%

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14/15 14/15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25/27 25/27 25/27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

NORTH-SOUTH Zia Mahmood, New York NY; Tarek Sadek, Cairo Egypt Les Bart, Bradenton FL; Fred Stewart, Bloomington NY Richard Coren, Delray Beach FL; Robert Levin, Henderson NV Michael Rosenberg, Cupertino CA; Richard Zeckhauser, Cambridge MA Louk Verhees, 2215 SH Voorhou Netherlands; Danny Sprung, Philadelphia PA Bruce Ferguson, Palm Springs CA; John Onstott, New Orleans LA Alex Perlin, Metuchen NJ; Jiang Gu, Mountain Lakes NJ Jordan Cohen, Thornhill ON; George Berton, Newmarket ON Andy Kaufman, Fort Washington PA; Corey Krantz, Drexel Hill PA Chuck Said, Nashville TN; Michael Mikyska, Los Angeles CA Robert Hopkins Jr - Joan Lewis, Arlington VA Jonathan Weinstein - Stephen McConnell, Evanston IL Mark Itabashi, Murrieta CA; Fred Hamilton, Las Vegas NV Carlos Pellegrini, Buenos Aires Argentina; Hector Camberos, Charlotte NC Cornelis Van Prooijen, Nieuw Vennep Netherlands; Alison Wilson, New York NY Mel Colchamiro, Merrick NY; Alan Applebaum, Brookline MA Timur Aydin - Cristina Tita, Northville MI Sally Woolsey - Kit Woolsey, Kensington CA Alan Levine - Marjorie Levine, Massapequa NY Robert Sartorius, Lake Hiawatha NJ; Rick Roeder, La Mesa CA Robert Teel Jr - Jane Teel, Birmingham AL Stephen Shane, White Plains NY; Eugene Davidson, Boynton Beach FL Jon Brandon - Dom Di Felice, Denver CO Malcolm Ewashkiw, Belleville ON; Robert Hollow, Madoc ON Bruce Noda, Corte Madera CA; Mark Ralph, San Francisco CA Irina Levitina, Hackensack NJ; Laurie Vogel, New York NY Tien-Chun Yang, San Jose CA; Jun Shi, Palo Alto CA Marion Michielsen, 3024 AM Rotterd Netherlands; Roy Welland, New York NY Jerry Helms - Robert Bitterman, Charlotte NC Barry Rigal, New York NY; Eric Leong, Oakland CA Brian Spears - John Murdoch, Scotland United Kingdom Frederic Pollack, Lasalle QC; Martial Chagnon, Laval QC Michael Cait, Downsview ON; Roger Allen, Victoria BC Joseph Stokes, Chicago IL; Frank Pancoe, Glen Ellyn IL Nikolay Demirev, Arlington Hts IL; Joe Monro, Beverly Hills MI William Pollack - Rozanne Pollack, Basking Ridge NJ

VON ZEDTWITZ LIFE MASTER PAIRS 2ND SEMIFINAL SESSION SECTIONS E F G H I J Z EAST-WEST 65.66% 1 Per-Ola Cullin, Johanneshov Sweden; Peter Bertheau, Taby Sweden 62.54% 2 Geoff Hampson, Las Vegas NV; Eric Greco, Wynnewood PA 60.38% 3 Alan Sontag, Gaithersburg MD; Alan Osofsky, Palm Beach FL 58.89% 4 Marc Nathan, New York NY; Daniel Gerstman, Buffalo NY 58.74% 5 Linda Lewis, Sioux Falls SD; Douglas Doub, W Hartford CT 58.44% 6 Gary Gottlieb, Brooklyn NY; Peter Fredin, Malmo Sweden 58.08% 7 Tim Rees - Adrian Thomas, Crowthorne Berk England 57.80% 8 Stephen Drodge, McLean VA; John Miller, Vienna VA 57.65% 9 Leslie Amoils, Toronto ON; Ishmael Delmonte, New South Wales Australia 57.63% 10 Martin Bloom, Sydney 2031 Australia; Peter David Gill, Sydney Australia 57.05% 11 David Kent, Lake Mary FL; Stephen Brown, Ottawa ON 56.62% 12 Tania Reyes Hiller, Shrub Oak NY; Garey Hayden, Tucson AZ 56.28% 13 Christal Henner-Welland - Uday Ivatury, New York NY 56.09% 14 John Bowman - Bill Bowman, Ottawa ON 56.09% 15 Michael Kamil, Holmdel NJ; R Jay Becker, New York NY 55.79% 16/17 Xiadyi Li - Haitao Liu, Beijing 55.77% 16/17 Betty Ann Kennedy, Shreveport LA; Cindy Bernstein, Memphis TN 55.36% 18 Boye Brogeland, Norway; Aubrey Strul, Boca Raton FL 55.19% 19 Gary Kessler, Springfield IL; Richard Oshlag, Memphis TN 54.94% 20 Chris Willenken, New York NY; Steve Weinstein, Andes NY 54.89% 21 Jacob Morgan, Madison WI; Michael Polowan, New York NY 54.81% 22 David Siebert - Allan Siebert, Little Rock AR 54.66% 23 Greg Hinze, San Antonio TX; David Grainger, Bend OR 54.23% 24 Jon Wittes - Ross Grabel, Palm Desert CA 54.15% 25 William Ehlers, Montclair NJ; JoAnn Sprung, Philadelphia PA 54.15% 26 Barry Schaffer, Frisco TX; Colby Vernay, Lacon IL 54.15% 27 Charles Malcolm - Martha Malcolm, Topeka KS 54.02% 28 Mary Oshlag, Memphis TN; Brian Johnston, Toronto ON 53.87% 29 Alain Chamsi, Ottawa ON; David Lin, Mississauga ON 53.70% 30 Bjorn Fallenius - Andrew Rosenthal, New York NY 52.95% 31 Daniela von Arnim, Hockenh Germany; Sabine Auken, Charlottenlund Denmark 52.78% 32/33 Mark Cohen - Stasha Cohen, Glen Ridge NJ 52.74% 32/33 Ron Smith - Linda Smith, Hixson TN 52.71% 34 Erin Feldman, San Diego CA; Richard Anderson, Regina SK 52.67% 35 Ralph Katz, Burr Ridge IL; Frank Nickell, New York NY 52.52% 36 Don Sulgrove - Kathleen Sulgrove, Twinsburg OH

SIDE GAME SERIES SATURDAY MORNING SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTION QQ A B C A B C 1 1 1 Joan Ledrew - Viki O’Dea, St. John’s NL 59.85% 1 2 Jane McLaughlin, San Francisco CA; Gene Simpson, San Rafael CA 57.39% 2 1 1 3 2 Sami Naydani, Saint-Bruno QC; Carmen Gawish, Brossard QC 56.63% 3 2 4 3 2 Laurence Grey, Chandler AZ; Mehdi Marvasti, Jamesville NY 54.73% 4 3 5 4 Jimmy Pelham, Freeport NY; John Berry, New Hyde Park NY 54.55% 5 4 2 6 5 3 Paul Holmes, Brocton NY; Eric Gettleman, Baltimore MD 54.17% 6 5 6 Peggy Gibson, Hilton Head Isl SC; Donald Buchanan, Hilton Head SC 49.81% 6 4 Scott Rappard, Dartmouth NS; Jeffery Jones, Vero Beach FL 48.48% 3

65.21% 63.69% 58.09% 57.18% 57.07% 56.28% 56.22% 55.71% 54.75% 54.69% 54.12% 53.28% 53.21% 52.37% 51.92% 50.97% 50.79%

62.96% 60.85% 53.62% 53.55% 47.47%

60.85% 60.41% 59.55% 59.53% 59.36% 59.19% 58.80% 58.29% 58.23% 58.01% 57.46% 56.75% 55.56% 55.36% 55.28% 54.83% 54.83% 54.76% 54.17% 53.72% 52.88% 52.82% 52.29% 52.22% 52.20% 52.05% 52.01% 51.88% 51.60% 51.58% 51.54% 51.52% 51.52% 51.45% 51.26% 51.18%

EAST-WEST Mary Orock - Jacqueline Montgomery, Fort Worth TX Greg Jones - Barbara Jones, Manotick ON John Pruitt, Baldwinsville NY; Cherrolyn Woolwine, Naperville IL Dennis Kaye, Rosendale NY; John Gropp, Newburgh NY Richard Wedgewood, Washington DC; Janine Burns, Hallieford VA Xingping Kang, El Monte CA; Alfred Lee, Rncho Pls Vrd CA Brad Barry, Phoenixville PA; David Amsterdam, Wayne PA Arne Garvander, Richfield MN; Nicholas Erpelding, Hopkins MN

61.36% 60.42% 58.14% 57.39% 55.68% 54.92% 53.79% 48.30%

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DOUG DREW A/X DAYLIGHT PAIRS SATURDAY MORNING SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS XXX YYY EAST-WEST A X A X 1 Janice Seamon-Molson, Hollywood FL; Peter Mosheim, Asheville NC 59.91% 1 Linda Wynston, Toronto ON; James Cummings, Scarborough ON 2 1 M. Xavier Combey, D D O QC; Marius Moldovan, Pointe-Claire QC 59.80% 2 1 Stanley Roth, New York NY; Alvin Galland, Hastings-On-Hud NY 3 2 Joan Ann Waletzky - Niel Waletzky, Shaker Heights OH 58.28% 3 2 Michael McGuire, Hernando MS; Ned Irving, Hot Sprgs Vlg AR 4 3 Goldye Raphael - Harold Raphael, Montreal QC 56.10% 4 Judi Radin, New York NY; Stacy Jacobs, Hinsdale IL 5 Arnold Fisher, Clementon NJ; Lawrence Lerner, Warren NJ 53.70% 5 3 Margaret Baykal - Gur Baykal, Markham ON 6 Harold Feldheim, Hamden CT; Grace Lloyd, Southampton NY 52.61% 6 Gen Geiger - Bette Cohn, Sarasota FL 7 4 Sergiu Calangiu - Zoltan Lazar, Doll-Des-Ormeau QC 52.51% 7 4 Cetin Okcuoglu, Moorestown NJ; Ian Kidger, Reading England 8 Glenn Eisenstein - Peggy Ellis, New York NY 52.40% 8 5 Barbaros Gunel, Markham ON; R Barkley Calkins, Allendale NJ 5/6 Detlef Ladewig - Robert Sewell, Toronto ON 52.29% 6 Charles Galloway, Thornhill ON; William Allison, Decatur GA 5/6 Sandra Levine - Bonnie Gellas, New York NY 52.29% 7 Russ Jones, Jonesboro AR; Jerry Fong, Marianna AR 51.85%

58.06% 57.63% 56.54% 55.56% 55.23% 55.12% 54.68% 54.25% 52.61%

DOUG DREW B/C/D DAYLIGHT PAIRS SATURDAY MORNING SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS AA BB EAST-WEST B C D B C D 1 1 Bobby Rose, Scarsdale NY; Jane Finn, Greenwich CT 61.39% 1 Terry Sye - Joan Nurse, Etobico*ke ON 64.68% 2 Bobbi Kauffman - John Link, Houston TX 59.60% 2 1 1 David Graham - Jill Graham, Boca Raton FL 64.04% 3 2 1 Bernie Katchen, Toronto ON; Percy Goldenberg, Willowdale ON 58.99% 3 Paul Chan - Lily Chan, Columbia MO 61.37% 4 Gene Keidan, Bradenton FL; Joelyn Shilliday, Clementon NJ 57.48% 4 2 2 Michael Bilon, Toronto ON; Thomas Revesz, Scarborough ON 61.04% 5 3 Carol Maggipinto - Mark Maggipinto, Aptos CA 56.31% 5 3 James Easterling, Casselberry FL; Jose Delgado, Miami FL 57.14% 6 Pat Crampsey - Mike Fernley, Oshawa ON 55.70% 6 4 3 Kees Schipper, Mississauga ON; Assunta Gerretsen, Kingston ON 56.32% 7 4 2 D Abraham, Windsor ON; Elisabeth Van Roon, Guelph ON 54.89% 7 5 Loretta Green - Carol Perlberg, Belleville ON 55.49% 8 5 James Huhn - Betty Riley, Santa Rosa CA 54.68% 8 6 4 Jan Gilewicz, Minesing ON; J Ronald Moore, Barrie ON 55.16% 9 6 3 Marilyn Levin - Kathleen Srednicki, New York NY 54.44% 9 7 Kimi Lambert - Flora Pettit, Austin TX 52.96% 10 7 Lewis Allen, Rochester NY; Steven Hart, Port Byron NY 53.36% 10 8 5 Diane Mangasarian - Jeanne Perkins, New York NY 51.73% 11 8 4 Steve Graves, Olney MD; Steven Nesseler, Silver Spring MD 52.60% 11 9 6 David Ryder, Toronto ON; Beverly Candlish, Markham ON 51.67% 5 Val Irvin - Linda Herman, Toronto ON 51.19% 6 Judy Kaprove - Robert Kaprove, Williamsville NY 49.01% NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS CC DD EAST-WEST B C D B C D 1 1 1 Ronald Gough, Thornhill ON; Arlene Klapman, Toronto ON 61.61% 1 1 Ted Telford, Etobico*ke ON; Martin Kornbluth, Toronto ON 62.76% 2 Linda Gottlieb - Robert Gottlieb, Thornhill ON 60.90% 2 Allen Selling - Charles Smith, Erie PA 58.30% 3 2 2 Nolan Chang - Jack Chang, San Gabriel CA 56.93% 3 2 Andrzej Niewiadomski, Scarborough ON; Percy Schacter, Toronto ON 57.39% 4 3 3 T Goodwin, Northville MI; Carl Gentile, Dallas TX 56.44% 4 Michael Geisinger - Irene Geisinger, Glen Head NY 57.19% 5 4 4 David Sarten, Tas 7004 Australia; Susanne Sarten, Tasmania 7004 Australia 55.49% 5 3 1 Joan Fleetwood - Elke Lesiak, Toronto ON 56.88% 6 5 Carol Penn, Great Neck NY; Jacqueline Levy, Boca Raton FL 53.70% 6 4 Stephen Kwan, Richmond Hill ON; Shelley Kuan, Toronto ON 56.73% 7 Phyllis Timko - Donald Timko, Houston TX 52.76% 7 Carol Baines, Toronto ON; Jackie Thompson, Silver Spring MD 56.00% 8 6 5 Terri Orlean - Kathy Watkins, Houston TX 52.69% 8 Alan Lechner, New York NY; Melvin Lechner, Boca Raton FL 53.44% 9 7 Helene Gay - Roy Gay, Santa Rosa CA 50.71% 9 Lee Easterbrook, Chatham ON; Gary Robertson, Blenheim ON 53.40% 10 Wayne Merkel, North York ON; Chris Chan, Scarborough ON 50.56% 10 5 Jorry Chu, Mississauga ON; Gabriel Sitarenios, Richmond Hill ON 52.54% 8 6 Craig Duncan, Rochester NY; Harvey Kochberg, Toronto ON 50.32% 6 Suzy Ryder - Thomas Ryder, Boise ID 51.83% 7 2 Rebecca Anspach, Minneapolis MN; Patrick Thompson, Toronto ON 51.75% 8 3 Bruce Wachsman, Germantown TN; Andy Fairweather, Niagara Falls ON 50.34% 4 Ellen Carter, Rocky River OH; Jane Pendley, Fairview Park OH 48.10% 5 Thomas Aldrich III, Palatine IL; Gordon Parks, Long Grove IL 47.40% SATURDAY MORNING PARTNERS BRIDGE CLUB 49ER PAIRS NORTH-SOUTH SECTION CCC EAST-WEST A B C A B C 1 Janice Chappelle - Shirley Moore, Meaford ON 67.92% 1 Bev Kilpatrick, Aurora ON; Gayle Connor, Richmond Hill ON 2 1 1 Pamela Yokom - Cynthia Teeter, Toronto ON 55.00% 2 1 1 David Drake, Vancouver BC; Marilyn Fischman, Toronto ON 3 2 James Mylrea - Jean Mylrea, Toronto ON 54.58% 3/4 Madeline Taylor, Gloucester ON; Maureen O Byrne, Ottawa ON 3/4 Mary Silky - Bill Silky, Syracuse NY 2 Helen Baker - Nancy Jackson, Haliburton ON SATURDAY MORNING PARTNERS BRIDGE CLUB 299ER PAIRS NORTH-SOUTH SECTION EEE EAST-WEST A B C A B C 1 1 Frances Whitworth - Harry Whitworth, Buford GA 62.20% 1 1 1 Susan Paul - Megan Paul, Toronto ON 2 2 1 Zsoka Balla - Martin Klaponski, Toronto ON 56.55% 2 2 2 Ann Sutherland - Will Sutherland, North York ON 3 3 Bertye Gluckstein - Arlene Resnick, Toronto ON 54.76% 3 3 Bill Pope - Bev Pope, Burlington ON 4/5 2 Shirley Molot, Hamilton ON; Sue Rubin, Lyndhurst OH 50.30% 4 4 Victor Zubacs - Gerald Parks, Toronto ON 4/5 Robert Law, Toronto ON; Vernon Forster, Tsawwassen BC 50.30% NORTH-SOUTH SECTION FFF EAST-WEST A B C A B C 1 1 Peter Jarvis - Robin Post, Mississauga ON 59.06% 1 1 Millicent Nadel, Fairfield CT; Judith Glazer, New Canaan CT 2 2 Richard Fernie - Janet Fernie, North Kingston RI 52.52% 2 2 1 Michael Bastedo - Corey Powell, Ann Arbor MI 3/4 3/4 1/2 Sharon Phillips - Cathy Dann, Greenwich CT 51.65% 3 3 2 Joanne Garvey - Kelly Andresen, Port Sydney ON 3/4 3/4 1/2 Richard Buttermore - Wendy Buttermore, Royal Oak MI 51.65% 4 4 3 David Armstrong, Whitmore Lake MI; Ronald Banyai, Milton ON DOUG DREW A/X DAYLIGHT PAIRS SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS XXX YYY EAST-WEST A X A X 1 1 Russ Jones, Jonesboro AR; Jerry Fong, Marianna AR 59.91% 1 1 J Howard Tate - F Ruth Tate, Toronto ON 2 2 Margaret Baykal - Gur Baykal, Markham ON 58.28% 2 2 Steve Surasky - Betty Surasky, Boynton Beach FL 3 3 Detlef Ladewig - Robert Sewell, Toronto ON 56.54% 3 3 Robert Lavin, East Longmeadow MA; Michael Dworetsky, Bloomfield CT 4 Milton Zlatic, Saint Louis MO; Rod Beery, Saint Charles MO 54.79% 4 Arnold Fisher, Clementon NJ; Lawrence Lerner, Warren NJ 5 4 John Arblaster - Mary-Ellen Barlow, Niagara-Lk ON 54.47% 5 4 M. Xavier Combey, D D O QC; Marius Moldovan, Pointe-Claire QC 6 Judi Radin, New York NY; Stacy Jacobs, Hinsdale IL 53.70% 6 Gen Geiger - Bette Cohn, Sarasota FL 7 5 Marilyn Godel, Hampstead QC; Dorothy Marcus, Montreal QC 53.49% 7 5 Harold Baba, Thornhill ON; Steve Gittins, Toronto ON 8 Jesus Arias - Susan Schnelwar, New York NY 53.38% 8 6 Richard Watson, Toronto ON; S Roberts, Clarksburg ON 6 Paul Leonard, Markham ON; Selma Abramsohn, Thornhill ON 52.40% SATURDAY AFTERNOON SIDE GAME NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS II JJ KK A B C A B C 1 1 1 Evan Ziegler - Ying Lin Gu, San Diego CA 61.26% 1 1 2 2 Ralph Meyer, Ridgewood NJ; Walter Stephan, Montclair NJ 60.30% 2 3 3 Dennis Carman - Susan Bailey Carman, Plainwell MI 59.99% 3 4 Roy Green - Mary Green, Carlisle MA 58.78% 4 5 4 2 William Wang, Beilun, Ningbo, China; F Sun, Thornhill ON 58.70% 5 6 Douglas Markovic, Maple ON; Reza Shaygan, Toronto ON 56.78% 6 7 5 3 Pawel Hanus, Carrollton TX; Bogumil Knypinski, N Richland Hill TX 55.71% 7 2 1 8 Clayton Parker - Edith Parker, Surprise AZ 54.81% 8 9 6 4 Ru Hong Terajewicz, Brookline MA; Alix Taylor, Lincoln MA 54.32% 9 3 2 10 George Friedman, New York NY; Kent Mignocchi, Bronx NY 54.28% 10 11 7 Dorothy Slopek, Perkinsfield ON; Effie Augustus, Orillia ON 54.09% 11 4 12 Sandra Stevens, Katy TX; Joyce Penn, Columbus OH 53.92% 12 5 3 13 8 Paul Crossland, Shanty Bay ON; Leonard Dale, Barrie ON 53.31% 13 6 14 9 M Isobel Bolitho, Toronto ON; Richard McGrail, Pierrefonds QC 53.00% 14 7 15 10 Mark Rosenholz, Albany NY; Charles Brown, Denton TX 51.49% 15 8 16 11 5 David Douglas - Sandra Douglas, Toronto ON 51.42% 16 9 4 17 12 Grant Woods - Roxy Freedman, Winnipeg MB 50.86% 17 10 13 Myrna Rosen - Bobby Carter, Cincinnati OH 50.73% 11 14 Yefim Shoykhet, Bronxville NY; Selim Benardete, New York NY 50.52% 12 5 6 M Fox - Norma Lewis, Toronto ON 50.27% 13 7 Stephen Massman - Donna Massman, Beverly Hills CA 49.01% 14 6 7 8

59.17% 56.25% 55.00% 55.00% 46.67%

60.71% 58.33% 57.74% 53.57%

66.28% 52.38% 51.42% 51.38%

59.80% 59.59% 58.61% 56.97% 56.43% 55.12% 51.42% 50.54%

EAST-WEST Peter Winkler, Hanover NH; Roy Hughes, Toronto ON Jessica Chance - Joan Anderson, West Des Moines IA Kelvin Ng, Singapore 80609 Singapore; Cheng Yen Lam, Singapore George Retek - Mari Retek, Montreal QC Craig Robinson - Elaine Landow, Lansdale PA Paul Maiolani, Renfrewshire UK; Robert McKinnon, Paisley Scotland Jim De Boer, Scarborough ON; Harriet Wagman, Toronto ON S Fuhrmann, Madison WI; Glenna Shannahan, Fitchburg WI Viola Heywood, Welland ON; Robert Padgug, Amherst NY Rick Binder, Waltham MA; Richard Budd, Portland ME Rosalyn Silverstein - Philip Silverstein, Bronx NY Pamela Nixon, Montreal QC; Lynn Nosse, Grafton OH Lorna Johnson, Ridgeway ON; Diane K.M. Gordon, St Catharines ON Hollis Barry, Old Lyme CT; Xingping Kang, El Monte CA Esther Abramowicz - Martin Peters, Toronto ON John Howes, Port Perry ON; Malkin Howes, Waterloo ON Luna Benardete, New York NY; Judy McDonald, Lavonia GA Joyce Ruttan - Wayne Ruttan, Scarborough ON Gordon Bussell, Devonshire Bermuda; Richard Meredith, Paget Bermuda Sheridan Torrens - Robert Torrens Jr, Toronto ON Jean Stewart, Virginia Beach VA; Peggy Pearson, Perkinsfield ON Carolyn Lanier - Shirley Hooks, Houston TX Kay Beebe - Paul Beebe, Fairview NC Linda King - Ronald King, Hollister CA

PARTNERS BRIDGE CLUB 49ER PAIRS SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTION AAA EAST-WEST A B C A B C 1 1 Indra Vivekanandan, Scarborough ON; Frances Sedore, Flinton ON 56.55% 1 1 James Drake - Marissa Gold-Ruvolo, Toronto ON 2 2 Yashpal Rai Goomar - Sandra Krakower, Toronto ON 53.91% 2 2 Verna Bailey, Portage MB; Howard Gilberg, Tallahassee FL 3 Joanna Slone - Louise Kremeris, Toronto ON 52.42% 3 Sandra Curtis, Bailey’s Bay Bermuda; Steven Trumper, Hamilton Parish Bermuda 4 Diane Johns - William Johns, Toronto ON 52.00% 4 George Chester - Barbara Chester, Lions Head ON 1 Julie Madill, Toronto ON; Carolyn Crawford, Scarborough ON 49.07% 1 Joanne Kordas, Okemos MI; Susan Johnson, Harlingen TX NORTH-SOUTH SECTION CCC EAST-WEST A B C A B C 1 Shirley Moore - Janice Chappelle, Meaford ON 58.63% 1 Denys Robinson - Chris Robinson, Toronto ON 2 1 Judy Zeckhauser, Buffalo NY; John Tsui, Oakville ON 58.33% 2 1 1 Jean Macpherson - Mary Tapscott, Toronto ON 3 2 Pamela Yokom - Cynthia Teeter, Toronto ON 58.04% 3 2 2 Beverly Moreland - John Moreland, Campbellville ON 4 3 1 Elaine Psaila - Edith Stagni, Toronto ON 55.36% 4 3 Norma Rollins - Michael Miller, Putnam Valley NY 2 Kelly Shields - Nora Guinane, Toronto ON 50.89% PARTNERS BRIDGE CLUB 299ER PAIRS SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTION EEE EAST-WEST A B C A B C 1 1 Shiree Shafrir, Trenton ON; J Wilmer Winsor, Napanee ON 60.42% 1 1 1 David Armstrong, Whitmore Lake MI; Ronald Banyai, Milton ON 2 2 Shirley Leong - Chay Eng Kho, Toronto ON 58.33% 2 William Pollock - Mary Gordon, Toronto ON 3 3 1 Ian McElroy, Markham ON; Fred Pember, Thornhill ON 54.36% 3 2 2 Michael Bastedo - Corey Powell, Ann Arbor MI 4 4 Peter Jarvis - Robin Post, Mississauga ON 53.22% 4 3 3 Carol Fredericksen, Minnetonka MN; Susan Applegate, Chanhassen MN 5 5 Frances Whitworth - Harry Whitworth, Buford GA 53.03% 5 4 Jerry Hackman, New York Ciy NY; Maria Moureto, New York NY 6 6 John Byrne - Kathi Byrne, Atlanta GA 52.27% 6/7 5/6 4 Errol Wolff - Hennie Wolff, Toronto ON 2 Ronald Stokal, Aurora ON; Symcha Brodt, Maple ON 51.89% 6/7 5/6 Barrie Mc Leod, Oakville ON; Bonni Stewart, Mississauga ON 3 Jen Murphy, Tasmania Australia; Pat Beattie, East Devonport Australia 50.19% NORTH-SOUTH SECTION FFF EAST-WEST A B C A B C 1 1 Robert Law, Toronto ON; Vernon Forster, Tsawwassen BC 63.83% 1 1 Peter Basciano, Burlington ON; Elena Petrella, Oakville ON 2 2 David Weil, Toronto ON; Yaping Ge, Highland CA 63.26% 2 2 1 Ronald Hartlen, Clarksburg ON; Mary Clark, Meaford ON 3 3 1 Suzanne Jaffe, Toronto ON; Michael Layton, Mississauga ON 61.74% 3 3 2 Ko (Kora) Shen, Toronto ON; Charles Phillips, Greensboro NC 4 4 Richard Fernie - Janet Fernie, North Kingston RI 60.23% 4 Judy Ripley - Robert Ripley, lac des Loups QC 5 5 Barbara Spero - John Spero, Kemptville ON 56.63% 5/6 4/5 Douglas Snow, Paducah KY; Mary Campbell, Toronto ON 6 6 2 Christine McKenna, Issaquah WA; Anthony Duthie, Clearwater FL 52.27% 5/6 4/5 3 Milena Tolar - Abbie Goldhar, Toronto ON 3 Sharon Phillips - Cathy Dann, Greenwich CT 50.95% 6 4 Susan Bond, North York ON; Joyce Cram, Toronto ON

66.33% 65.97% 65.64% 61.77% 61.27% 60.71% 59.84% 56.83% 56.54% 55.14% 54.79% 53.92% 53.87% 53.45% 52.43% 52.07% 51.63% 51.12% 50.63% 50.23% 50.06% 49.02% 45.19% 45.07%

64.03% 58.93% 57.40% 50.62% 49.53% 65.18% 56.85% 54.76% 52.68%

60.61% 59.66% 57.39% 54.73% 53.79% 52.27% 52.27%

72.16% 66.67% 51.89% 49.81% 49.24% 49.24% 49.05%

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SATURDAY AFTERNOON BRIDGE-PLUS+ NORTH-SOUTH SECTION QQQ EAST-WEST A B A B 1/2 1/2 Joan Stepinac - Clare Walmsley, Guelph ON 73.75% 1 1 Kathleen Zaichuk - Jane Hamer, Toronto ON 1/2 1/2 Stephen Gerring - Nancy Miles, Toronto ON 73.75% 2 2 Les Csima - Sam Spector, Oakville ON 63.90% 3 Linda Glover - Laurel Archibald, Toronto ON 55.95% 3 William Johns - Diane Johns, Toronto ON 4/5 3/4 Susan McEwen, Kitchener ON; Elli Rehse, Waterloo ON 51.25% 4 3 Rae Weingarden - Virgina Cowan, Toronto ON 4/5 3/4 Sheila Cannata - Nicholas Borisko, Toronto ON 51.25% 5 John Sharp - Madeline Sharp, Carrying Place ON 6 5 Phyllis Chenoweth - Janice Wylie, Barrie ON 50.95% 6/7 4/5 Bruce Evans, Pickering ON; Patricia Doktor, Scarborough ON 6/7 4/5 John Koekoek - Gloria Shere, Toronto ON NORTH-SOUTH SECTION RRR EAST-WEST A B A B 1/2 1/2 Gerry Josefik - Tim Josefik, Oakville ON 65.00% 1 1 Beverly Moreland - John Moreland, Campbellville ON 1/2 1/2 Doug Snow, Etobico*ke ON; Violet Archer, Toronto ON 65.00% 2 John Kittredge - Carol Kittredge, Toronto ON 3 Indra Vivekanandan, Scarborough ON; Frances Sedore, Flinton ON 63.75% 3 2 Anne Sommer, Bainbridge Isl WA; Carole Hillard, Leroy IL 4 3 Lois Lutz - Jay Lutz, Toronto ON 59.70% 4 3 Julie Madill, Toronto ON; Carolyn Crawford, Scarborough ON 5 4 Mazy Yamanako - Lalie Harcourt-Park, Toronto ON 52.50% 5 4 Chris Duffy - Dianne Rae, Toronto ON 6/7 5/6 Angela Steger, Wilmette IL; Sarah Proesel, Winnetka IL 50.95% 6 5 Marilyn Garrard - Mary Dummett, Toronto ON 6/7 5/6 Ellen Cowan - Pauline Monks, Toronto ON 50.95%

68.75% 57.50% 53.75% 51.25% 50.00% 50.00% 72.50% 70.65% 65.00% 62.50% 55.33% 50.00%

DOUG DREW B/C/D DAYLIGHT PAIRS SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS AA CC EAST-WEST B C D B C D 1 1 Carol Maggipinto - Mark Maggipinto, Aptos CA 59.62% 1 1 1 Nolan Chang - Jack Chang, San Gabriel CA 2 2 1 Jan Gilewicz, Minesing ON; J Ronald Moore, Barrie ON 59.00% 2 2 2 Paul Cozzi, Toronto ON; Brij Datt, 3 3 2 Harry Eaglesham, Unionville ON; Peter Droeske, Brantford ON 58.77% 3 3 3 Richard Bowley, N10 3nd United Kingdom; Gerry Wood, Toronto ON 4 Wayne Merkel, North York ON; Chris Chan, Scarborough ON 58.00% 4 4 4 Judy Sherwood - John Sherwood, Orinda CA 5 4 3 Stan Fong, Toronto ON; Matthew Bresler, Pittsford NY 55.77% 5 Terry Sye - Joan Nurse, Etobico*ke ON 6/7 5/6 4/5 Douglas Worsnop, Toronto ON; Donald Lough, Markham ON 53.92% 6 Bobbi Kauffman - John Link, Houston TX 6/7 5/6 4/5 Thomas Aldrich III, Palatine IL; Gordon Parks, Long Grove IL 53.92% 7 5 Richard Hurd - Eleanor O’Connor, Trumansburg NY 8 7 6 David Graham - Jill Graham, Boca Raton FL 52.69% 8 6 Marvin Skaggs - Cecile Skaggs, Memphis TN 9 8 Diane Mangasarian - Jeanne Perkins, New York NY 52.54% 9 7 Carol Penn, Great Neck NY; Jacqueline Levy, Boca Raton FL 10 Robert McKee, Detroit MI; Barbara Jur, Warren MI 51.92% 10 8 Ted Telford, Etobico*ke ON; Martin Kornbluth, Toronto ON 11 9 Edward Hoffer - Pamela Hoffer, Marion MA 51.85% 11 9 5 David Sarten, Tas 7004 Australia; Susanne Sarten, Tasmania Australia 10 Helene Taylor - Richard Garlick, Alliston ON 51.77% 6 Tai-Chun Cheng - Kang PO Chan, Scarborough ON NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS BB DD EAST-WEST B C D B C D 1 1 Jorry Chu, Mississauga ON; Gabriel Sitarenios, Richmond Hill ON 62.15% 1 Pat Crampsey - Mike Fernley, Oshawa ON 2 2 1 Elliot Diamond, Great Neck NY; Richard Cooper, Neponsit NY 61.23% 2 Phyllis Timko - Donald Timko, Houston TX 3 3 2 David Ryder, Toronto ON; Beverly Candlish, Markham ON 60.38% 3 1 Robert Scolnick - Doreen Scolnick, Toronto ON 4 4 3 David Carter - Pat Emery, New York NY 58.69% 4 2 1 Judy Kaprove - Robert Kaprove, Williamsville NY 5 5 4 Michael Bilon, Toronto ON; Thomas Revesz, Scarborough ON 56.38% 5 Allen Selling - Charles Smith, Erie PA 6 6 5 Rebecca Anspach, Minneapolis MN; Patrick Thompson, Toronto ON 55.38% 6 3 2 Chandra Marathe, Mississauga ON; Peter Achim, Milton ON 7 7 Lewis Allen, Rochester NY; Steven Hart, Port Byron NY 54.15% 7 4 Bobby Rose, Scarsdale NY; Jane Finn, Greenwich CT 8 8 James Easterling, Casselberry FL; Jose Delgado, Miami FL 53.92% 8 5 3 Barbara Doherty - Debra Kestenberg, Toronto ON 9 9 Michael Mihevc, Little Falls NY; Kathy Falkenstern, Clinton NY 52.62% 9/10 Gene Keidan, Bradenton FL; Joelyn Shilliday, Clementon NJ 10/11 Karen Richardson, Barrington IL; Marilyn Lightner, Bonita Springs FL 50.54% 9/10 6 4 Ellen Carter, Rocky River OH; Jane Pendley, Fairview Park OH 10/11 6 Kees Schipper, Mississauga ON; Assunta Gerretsen, Kingston ON 50.54% 11 7 5 Bernie Katchen, Toronto ON; Percy Goldenberg, Willowdale ON 8 6 Peter Yuen, Markham ON; Walter Jaworski, Toronto ON

58.92% 57.15% 56.23% 56.08% 55.62% 54.77% 54.62% 53.85% 53.54% 53.54% 53.23% 52.46%

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NORTH-SOUTH Chris Willenken, New York NY; Steve Weinstein, Andes NY Bruce Ferguson, Palm Springs CA; John Onstott, New Orleans LA Marc-Andre Fourcaudot, Montreal QC; Vincent Demuy, Laval QC Tim Rees - Adrian Thomas, Crowthorne Berk England Ayako Amano - Kenji Miyakuni, Tokyo 167-004 Japan Betty Ann Kennedy, Shreveport LA; Cindy Bernstein, Memphis TN David Siebert - Allan Siebert, Little Rock AR Curtis Cheek, Las Vegas NV; Lynn Deas, Schenectady NY Boye Brogeland, Norway; Aubrey Strul, Boca Raton FL Jay Borker, Greenwich CT; Jan Jansma, Spijkenisse Netherlands Michael Roche, Victoria BC; Larry Griffey, Vero Beach FL Mark Aquino, Jamaica Plain MA; Robert McCaw, Sudbury MA Chuck Said, Nashville TN; Michael Mikyska, Los Angeles CA Xiadyi Li - Haitao Liu, Beijing Sheri Winestock - Fred Gitelman, Las Vegas NV Per-Ola Cullin, Johanneshov Sweden; Peter Bertheau, Taby Sweden Lewis Richardson - Rashid Khan, Toronto ON Marc Nathan, New York NY; Daniel Gerstman, Buffalo NY Ralph Katz, Burr Ridge IL; Frank Nickell, New York NY Joseph Silver, Hampstead QC; John Carruthers, Harrow ON Sally Wheeler - Buddy Hanby, The Woodlands TX Ron Smith - Linda Smith, Hixson TN David Baker, Kitchener ON; Trevor Dundas, Oshawa ON Allan Graves, Barnet VT; Jon Sveindal, Bergen Norway Jon Wittes - Ross Grabel, Palm Desert CA Gary Gottlieb, Brooklyn NY; Peter Fredin, Malmo Sweden Claude Vogel, Chicago IL; Sangarapil Mohan, Oak Brook IL Mark Cohen - Stasha Cohen, Glen Ridge NJ Owen Roth - Helena McGahagan, Goleta CA Malcolm Ewashkiw, Belleville ON; Robert Hollow, Madoc ON Bonny Norris - Andrew Tylman, Toronto ON Mark Yudin, Hampstead QC; Jay Saks, Cote Saint-Luc QC Barry Schaffer, Frisco TX; Colby Vernay, Lacon IL Harry Gellis, Midlothian VA; Alan Kleist, Cheverly MD Chuck Burger, West Bloomfield MI; Howard Perlman, Franklin MI Jeff Roman, Alexandria VA; Thomas Carmichael, Kennesaw GA

64.74% 64.19% 64.12% 63.74% 62.69% 62.16% 60.68% 60.26% 57.65% 57.31% 57.14% 56.56% 56.47% 56.47% 56.28% 55.92% 55.88% 55.58% 55.56% 54.51% 54.40% 54.00% 53.93% 53.91% 53.87% 53.85% 53.78% 53.33% 53.25% 53.23% 52.76% 52.67% 52.50% 52.50% 52.37% 52.37%

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NORTH-SOUTH Natalie Bassil, Boston MA; Neil Montague, Swampscott MA John Hogan Jr, Wayne NJ; Betty Cox, Randolph NJ Howard Binsky - Frank Welland, Mississauga ON Doug Andrews, Etobico*ke ON; J Melvin Norton, Burlington ON Robert Lurie, Wayland MA; John Hrones Jr, Needham MA Robert Whitcher, Austin TX; Anthony Bianchi, Houston TX Lena Jackson - Don Jackson, Aurora ON Howard Engle, Highland Park IL; Mark Weisman, Glenview IL Mark Starr, Brookline MA; Jeffry Reckinger, Chicago IL Emmy Haji, Columbus OH; Terry James, Upper Arlington OH Andrew Stayton, Newark DE; Jeff Ruben, Wilmington DE Hazel Wolpert, Thornhill ON; Susan Korbel, Waterloo ON Diana Tenery-Ascher - Larry Ascher, Englewood NJ Paul Nason, Los Angeles CA; Joseph De Gaetano, Atkinson NH Dede Pochos, New Rochelle NY; Ellyn Plato, Hastings Hdsn NY Eileen Cripps, Madison WI; Steven Reuschlein, Middleton WI Julie Tigges, Minneapolis MN; J Williams, Saint Paul MN Richard Temkin, Farmington MI; Kurt Dasher, Petersburg MI Ronald Law, Gainesville FL; Theo Lichtenstein, Tallahassee FL Richard Maybin, Hendersonville NC; Boyce Robbins, Piedmont SC Cole Powell, Oakland CA; Linda Bandler, Alamo CA

VON ZEDTWITZ LIFE MASTER PAIRS 1ST SEMIFINAL SESSION SECTIONS E F G H I J Z EAST-WEST 66.71% 1 Miguel Villas-Boas, Sao Paulo Brazil; Joao Paulo Campos, Sao Paulo Brazil 66.45% 2 Kirshnan Ramaratnam, Jersey City NJ; Kirubakara Moorthy, Chennai India 65.28% 3 Mark Itabashi, Murrieta CA; Fred Hamilton, Las Vegas NV 62.82% 4 Owen Lien, Flat Rock NC; Mike Cappelletti, Winter Park FL 60.81% 5 Matt Granovetter - Pamela Granovetter, Cincinnati OH 60.15% 6 Martin Henneberger, Coquitlam BC; Samantha Nystrom, Port Moody BC 59.76% 7 Michael Ranis, New York NY; Magdy Shohdi Mesdary, Jersey City NJ 57.86% 8 Marion Michielsen, 3024 AM Rotterd Netherlands; Roy Welland, New York NY 57.65% 9 Daniel Hoekstra, Portland OR; Billy Miller, Las Vegas NV 57.46% 10 Marcos Thoma - Mauricio Figueiredo, San Paula, Sp 0 Brazil 57.33% 11 Nikolay Demirev, Arlington Hts IL; Joe Monro, Beverly Hills MI 57.31% 12 Carlos Pellegrini, Buenos Aires Argentina; Hector Camberos, Charlotte NC 56.84% 13/14 Paul Janicki, Markham ON; Morrie Kleinplatz, Windsor ON 56.15% 13/14 Zia Mahmood, New York NY; Tarek Sadek, Cairo Egypt 56.05% 15 Drew Casen, Las Vegas NV; James Krekorian, Pensacola FL 55.90% 16 Russell Ekeblad, Portsmouth RI; Peter Weichsel, Carlsbad CA 55.88% 17 Cornelis Van Prooijen, Nieuw Vennep Netherlands; Alison Wilson, New York NY 55.83% 18 Stephen Gladyszak, Chelsea MA; Melody Bi, Ashland MA 55.62% 19 Tien-Chun Yang, San Jose CA; Jun Shi, Palo Alto CA 55.36% 20 Arch McKellar, Dobbs Ferry NY; Greg McKellar, Kingston ON 55.34% 21 Scott Levine - Aaron Silverstein, New York NY 55.04% 22 Melanie Tucker, New York NY; Nicolas L’Ecuyer, Montreal QC 55.02% 23 Geoff Hampson, Las Vegas NV; Eric Greco, Wynnewood PA 55.00% 24 Stephen Drodge, McLean VA; John Miller, Vienna VA 54.83% 25 Alex Perlin, Metuchen NJ; Jiang Gu, Mountain Lakes NJ 54.79% 26 Frederic Pollack, Lasalle QC; Martial Chagnon, Laval QC 54.66% 27 Martin Fleisher, New York NY; Brad Moss, San Anselmo CA 54.51% 28 Nancy Popkin, Saint Louis MO; Alan Popkin, St Louis MO 54.32% 29 Bruce Noda, Corte Madera CA; Mark Ralph, San Francisco CA 53.85% 30 Jason Feldman, San Diego CA; Nagy Kamel, Plano TX 53.03% 31 Joshua Parker, Briarcliff NY; Bruce Rogoff, Tenafly NJ 52.65% 32 Irina Levitina, Hackensack NJ; Laurie Vogel, New York NY 52.18% 33/34 Bjarni Einarsson - Adalsteinn Jorgensen, 740 Neskaupstad Iceland 52.18% 33/34 Anton Tsypkin, Ashland MA; Lewis Gamerman, Westwood MA 51.71% 35/36 Bill Wisdom, Salisbury NC; Tom Rutledge, Charleston SC 51.62% 35/36 Michael Crawford, San Diego CA; Josh Sher, Miami FL BRUCE LM-5000 PAIRS 1ST SEMIFINAL SESSION SECTIONS A B C D EAST-WEST 62.10% 1 Kenny Horneman, Charlottesville VA; Zachary Brescoll, Versailles KY 60.78% 2 Dennis Kaye, Rosendale NY; John Gropp, Newburgh NY 60.52% 3 Danny Ioannidis, Stoney Creek ON; Stephen Young, Mississauga ON 60.29% 4 Scott Hiller, Marshall MN; Steven Wallis, Tampa FL 58.07% 5 J Mark Siegrist, Gloucester ON; Bert Curry, Ottawa ON 55.92% 6 Daniel Lavee, Thornhill ON; Barbara McLendon, New York NY 55.77% 7 Elaine Morrison, Lake Bluff IL; Lynn Patinkin, Libertyville IL 55.13% 8 Doug Bennion - Lesley Thomson, Toronto ON 54.79% 9 Buddhadeb Biswas, Lexington MA; Peter Morse, North Vancouver BC 54.75% 10 Linda Saltzman - Michael Saltzman, Naperville IL 54.26% 11/12 Peter Tien, Markham ON; Dennis Hsu, Scarborough ON 54.03% 11/12 Nathan Glasser, Somerville MA; Randy Okubo, Saint Paul MN 53.77% 13 William Anspach, Chicago IL; Robert Block, Deerfield IL 53.24% 14 Merril Hirsh, Washington DC; Monique Smith, Arlington VA 52.79% 15 Marc Passman, Skokie IL; Samuel Miller, Glencoe IL 52.45% 16 Jo Ann Zapatka - David Zapatka, Sun Lakes AZ 52.41% 17 Jane Dillenberg, New York NY; Roberta Magnus, Brooklyn NY 51.77% 18 Enrico Beretta, Martin GA; George Russell, Moore SC 51.72% 19 Alexander Ciura - Ioana Ciura, Mississauga ON 51.40% 20 Stephane Leblanc - Romain Jacques, Gatineau QC 51.06% 21 Kevin Dwyer, Fort Myers FL; Kimberly Whipple, Boca Grande FL

LOUISE MCNEELY A/X PAIRS SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS P Q T EAST-WEST A X A X 1 1 Susan Winkler, Wake Forest NC; Allen Reiter, Caesaria Israel 61.13% 1 1 Ronald Wilson - Ronald Sutherland, Mississauga ON 2 2 McKenzie Myers, Beaverton OR; Greg Humphreys, Charlottesville VA 59.06% 2 2 Saad Dahdouh - Diana Dahdouh, Whitby ON 3 3 Richard Dubrovsky - Leora Dubrovsky, Howell NJ 58.96% 3 Donna Swarthout - Janise Saul, San Antonio TX 4 Robert Kent - Ellen Kent, Marina Del Rey CA 58.70% 4 Mildred Breed, Austin TX; Shawn Quinn, Sugar Land TX 5 4 Kevin Conway, Kirkland Lake ON; Dale Freeman, Englehart ON 57.95% 5 3 Henry Moss, Glenview IL; David Moss, New York NY 6 5 Sandra Stern - Roger Stern, Chevy Chase MD 57.84% 6 Sharon Anderson, Eagan MN; Bill Cook Jr, Madison MS 7 Dan Morse, Houston TX; John Sutherlin, Dallas TX 56.83% 7 Russell Samuel, Long Beach NY; Kyoko Shimamura, Tokyo Japan 8 6 Terry Bradley, Burlington ON; Robert Lees, Ancaster ON 56.68% 8 4 Bob Rebelein, Poughkeepsie NY; Julian Laderman, Bronx NY 9 7 Ram Hira - Robin Hart, North Vancouver BC 56.53% 9 Jeremy Dhondy, 50 Great North United Kingdom; Alan Kay, London England 10 8 Mark Caplan, London Nw3 7qb United Kingdom; David Caplan, Toronto ON 56.48% 10 Daniel Colatosti, Waltham MA; John Malley, Pascoag RI 11 Peggy Sutherlin, Dallas TX; Nancy Passell, Plano TX 55.36% 11 Donald Kersey - Kenneth Allan, Kingston ON 12 9 Rai Osborne, Anaheim CA; Philip Hiestand, Irvine CA 54.66% 12 Michael Betts, Federicton NB; Edward Spear, Bangor ME 13/14 10 Helen Hackner, Willowdale ON; David Horner, Carrollton TX 54.25% 13 5 Evette Mashaal, Westmount QC; Ghassan Menachi, Fabreville QC 13/14 Ed Lazarus, Baltimore MD; Warren Oberfield, Pittsburgh PA 54.25% 14 Beverly Perry, New York NY; Gavin Wolpert, Jupiter FL 15 11 Lillian Back - Mike Graham, Ann Arbor MI 53.09% 15 David Gurvich - Michael Lipkin, Brooklyn NY 16 Frank Treiber III, Cincinnati OH; Laurie Kranyak, Bay Village OH 52.83% 16 Mike Cappelletti Sr, Alexandria VA; Virginia Lifton, Naples FL 17 12 Susan Perez, Maryland Hts MO; John Samsel, Chesterfield MO 52.53% 17/18 Abe Pineles, Jackson NJ; Alexander Allen, Annandale NJ 18 13 Tammy Moll, Raleigh NC; Earl Knipfel, Moose Jaw SK 51.92% 17/18 6 Roisin O’Hara - Paul O’Hara, Oakville ON 14 John Peter Lagodimos - John Adams, San Diego CA 51.27% 7 Kim Corbin - Donna Johnson, Scottsdale AZ 8 Ringo Chung, Mississauga ON; Dimitar Cvetkov, Milton ON 9 John Berry, New Hyde Park NY; Jimmy Pelham, Freeport NY 10 Stephen Cooper, Toronto ON; Henry Sigal, Piedmont CA 11 Jim Leuker - Steve Smolen, San Francisco CA 12 Cathy Nathan, New York NY; Sharon Gerstman, Buffalo NY NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS R S EAST-WEST A X A X 1 1 Stanislaw Kolesnik, Elmwood Park IL; James Hudson, Elmhurst IL 63.81% 1 Cynthia Colin - Jeff Hand, New York NY 2 2 Daniel Wilderman, New York NY; Kenneth Zuckerberg, Chicago IL 63.08% 2 Kazuo K. Furuta, Kanagawa-Ken 21 Japan; Hiroaki Miura, Fuchu City Japan 3 3 Joseph Seigel - Barbara Holmes, Thornhill ON 60.13% 3 Molly O’Neill, Ft Lauderdale FL; Lisa Berkowitz, Boca Raton FL 4 4 Michael Rosen - Glenn Robbins, New York NY 57.80% 4 1 Jessica Piafsky, New York NY; Frederic Volcker, Issy les Moulin France 5 5 Michael Pitonak, Valley Park MO; Judy Eaton, Edwardsville IL 57.41% 5 2 Robert Todd - Bob Soni, Tallahassee FL 6 Henry Lortz - Wayne Ohlrich, Seattle WA 55.68% 6 3 Peter Peng, North York ON; Mike Peng, Waterloo ON 7 6 David Bryant, San Francisco CA; Nancy Ferguson, Greenbrae CA 55.01% 7 Paul Wyer - Phil Gue, Australia 8 7 Bill Staats, Southlake TX; Bill Heid, Pacifica CA 54.56% 8 4 Debbie McLeod, Ottawa ON; Avi Poriah, CD 9 8 Mike Dorn Wiss, Palm Desert CA; Fred Lerner, Markham ON 54.42% 9 Diana Schuld, Glen Head NY; Julie Zhu, Vero Beach FL 10 Hjordis Eythorsdottir, Huntsville AL; Valerie Westheimer, New York NY 53.98% 10 5 Harvinder Sidhu, Scottsdale AZ; Himanshu Joshi, Chester NJ 11 Nancy Koffler - A Koffler, Saint-Laurent QC 53.71% 11 6 Mike Giesler - Allison Brandt, Philadelphia PA 12 Fay Teal, Kitchener ON; Mileva Jobin, Ottawa ON 52.56% 12 7 Roger Anderson, Eagan MN; Georgia Heth, Morton IL 8 Marlene McFadden - John McFadden, Guelph ON

66.31% 63.38% 62.77% 60.77% 54.46% 54.08% 52.31% 52.15% 51.85% 51.77% 51.00% 48.85%

68.25% 65.76% 61.12% 59.24% 59.01% 57.47% 56.83% 56.03% 55.39% 54.98% 54.75% 54.75% 53.85% 53.66% 53.58% 53.32% 52.94% 52.79% 51.96% 51.81% 51.77%

64.17% 59.97% 57.39% 57.34% 56.63% 55.57% 55.52% 55.41% 55.11% 54.55% 54.45% 54.40% 54.25% 53.85% 53.74% 52.58% 52.43% 52.43% 51.97% 51.42% 51.16% 50.46% 50.30% 50.05% 61.86% 60.63% 60.40% 58.95% 58.10% 57.59% 56.96% 53.68% 53.49% 53.47% 53.38% 51.06% 50.57%

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NORTH-SOUTH Bruce Noda, Corte Madera CA; Mark Ralph, San Francisco CA Anton Tsypkin, Ashland MA; Lewis Gamerman, Westwood MA Fred Hoffer, Montreal QC; Don Piafsky, Toronto ON Andrew Gumperz, Castro Valley CA; Adam Kaplan, New Port Richey FL Chuck Burger, West Bloomfield MI; Howard Perlman, Franklin MI Mark Wang, Scarborough ON; Tod Zhang, Toronto ON Alan Goodman, Edinburgh United Kingdom; Michael Ash, Edinburgh Eh15 Scotland Mildred Breed, Austin TX; Shawn Quinn, Sugar Land TX Mark Liberman - Barbara Shnier, Toronto ON William Pollack - Rozanne Pollack, Basking Ridge NJ Robert Teel Jr - Jane Teel, Birmingham AL Ross Rainwater, Vancouver WA; Pam Stratton, Las Vegas NV NORTH-SOUTH Stephen Drodge, McLean VA; John Miller, Vienna VA Roisin O’Hara - Paul O’Hara, Oakville ON Bruce Ferguson, Palm Springs CA; John Onstott, New Orleans LA Tarun Badiani, Middlesex England; Andras Budinszky, Austin TX Greg Hinze, San Antonio TX; David Grainger, Bend OR Stan Tulin, Highland Beach FL; Marc Jacobus, Las Vegas NV Samuel Marks, Atlanta GA; Michael Kovacich, Stone Mountain GA Richard Ferrin, Washington DC; Donald Berman, Laurel MD Geoff Hampson, Las Vegas NV; Eric Greco, Wynnewood PA Doug Dey, Raleigh NC; Sathya Bettadapura, Campbell CA Larry Sealy, Huntsville AL; Jim Foster, Birmingham AL Ahmed Hussein - Walid Elahmady, Cairo Egypt NORTH-SOUTH Herbert Jordan, Miami FL; Erez Hendelman, New York NY Malcolm Ewashkiw, Belleville ON; Robert Hollow, Madoc ON Joseph Stokes, Chicago IL; Frank Pancoe, Glen Ellyn IL David Breton, Vancouver BC; Nicholas Stock, North Vancouver BC Jeffrey Smith - Isabelle Smith, Ottawa ON Randy Pickett - John Lusky, Portland OR Martin Fleisher, New York NY; Brad Moss, San Anselmo CA G. Margie Gwozdzinsky, Nyc NY; Peggy Kaplan, Minnetonka MN Edward Xu, Toronto ON; Yingjiu Jin, Thornhill ON Zygmunt Marcinski, Westmount QC; Michel Lorber, Baie-D’urfe QC Linda Lewis, Sioux Falls SD; Douglas Doub, W Hartford CT Merlin Vilhauer, Beaverton OR; Irene Pickett, Portland OR NORTH-SOUTH William Koski, King City ON; G S Jade Barrett, Elk Point SD Mark Aquino, Jamaica Plain MA; Robert McCaw, Sudbury MA Daniel Hoekstra, Portland OR; Billy Miller, Las Vegas NV Ralph Katz, Burr Ridge IL; Frank Nickell, New York NY Stephen Nellissen, Ramsey NJ; John Gilbert, Kitchener ON Miguel Villas-Boas, Sao Paulo Brazil; Joao Paulo Campos, Sao Paulo 01229 Brazil Andre Chartrand, Lery QC; Charles Martineau, Brossard QC Jason Feldman, San Diego CA; Nagy Kamel, Plano TX David Siebert - Allan Siebert, Little Rock AR Michael Ranis, New York NY; Magdy Shohdi Mesdary, Jersey City NJ Steven Cooper, Ft Collins CO; Kitty Cooper, Fort Collins CO NORTH-SOUTH Frederic Pollack, Lasalle QC; Martial Chagnon, Laval QC Marcos Thoma - Mauricio Figueiredo, San Paula, Sp 0 Brazil Boye Brogeland, Norway; Aubrey Strul, Boca Raton FL Peter Wong, Toronto ON; Mike Xiao-Fang Xue, Markham ON Joaquin Pacareu, Santiago Chile Chile; Benjamin Robles, New York NY Carlos Pellegrini, Buenos Aires Argentina; Hector Camberos, Charlotte NC Michael McNamara - Sylwia McNamara, White Plains NY Steve Beatty, Mill Creek WA; George Jacobs, Hinsdale IL Sheri Winestock - Fred Gitelman, Las Vegas NV Scott Levine - Aaron Silverstein, New York NY Martin Bloom, Sydney 2031 Australia; Peter David Gill, Sydney Australia NORTH-SOUTH Robert Sartorius, Lake Hiawatha NJ; Rick Roeder, La Mesa CA Melanie Tucker, New York NY; Nicolas L’Ecuyer, Montreal QC Allan Graves, Barnet VT; Jon Sveindal, Bergen Norway Timur Aydin - Cristina Tita, Northville MI Curtis Cheek, Las Vegas NV; Lynn Deas, Schenectady NY Joseph Silver, Hampstead QC; John Carruthers, Harrow ON Chuck Said, Nashville TN; Michael Mikyska, Los Angeles CA Hjordis Eythorsdottir, Huntsville AL; Valerie Westheimer, New York NY Allan Stauber, Palm Bch Grdns FL; Steve Shirey, Fort Worth TX Zheng Zhang, Scarborough ON; Robert Hou, Maple ON Ai-Tai Lo, Reston VA; Alan Schwartz, Fairfax VA Joan McKeon, Queensland Australia; Haig Tchamitch, Scottsdale AZ NORTH-SOUTH Leslie Amoils, Toronto ON; Ishmael Delmonte, New South Wales Australia Ayako Amano - Kenji Miyakuni, Tokyo 167-004 Japan Ellen Anten, Encino CA; Steve Gross, Westlake Vilg CA Jon Brandon - Dom Di Felice, Denver CO Marion Michielsen, 3024 AM Rotterd Netherlands; Roy Welland, New York NY Radu Mihai - Geta Mihai, Bucharest Romania Elliot Sternlicht, New York NY; Randall Rubinstein, Queens NY Andy Kaufman, Fort Washington PA; Corey Krantz, Drexel Hill PA Les Bart, Bradenton FL; Fred Stewart, Bloomington NY Bjarni Einarsson - Adalsteinn Jorgensen, 740 Neskaupstad Iceland Gary Gottlieb, Brooklyn NY; Peter Fredin, Malmo Sweden

YOUNG LM-1500 PAIRS SECOND QUALIFYING SESSION (FRIDAY) NORTH-SOUTH 1 Stu Cohen - Mark Weiss, Southfield MI 2 Philippe Lamoise, Solana Beach CA; Kevin Chaisson, San Diego CA 3 Eric Endicott - Linda Akazawa, Toronto ON 4 Michael McDonald, Rochester Hills MI; Franklin Kasle, Flint MI 5 Peter Deluca, Woodbridge ON; John McWhinnie, Hillsburgh ON 6 Donald Lurie, White Plains NY; Joe Yassi, Etobico*ke ON 7 Charles Bilich, Hewlett NY; Norman Trabulus, Port Washington NY 8 Anna Janssen, Midland ON; Greg Coles, Victoria-Hbr ON 9 Janice Barrett - Allan Barrett, Richmond Hill ON 10 Dexter Senft, Bedford NY; S Leech, Pasadena CA 11 Bill Lough, Edina MN; William Cummings, Monticello MN 12 Ariel Leibovitz - Stephen Reichek, Houston TX 13 Derek Broughton, Musquobodoit Hb NS; Trisha Fleet, Dartmouth NS 14 Sue Projain - Richard Projain, Boca Raton FL 15 Michael Levine, Toronto ON; Robert Miller, Princeton NJ 16 Nancy Klym - Karen Levy, Calgary AB 17 Mark Rosenholz, Albany NY; Dave Malen, Toronto ON 18 Janet Sharpe - Diane Campbell, Calgary AB 19 Dianne Aves - Moira Hollingsworth, Waterloo ON

VON ZEDTWITZ LIFE MASTER PAIRS FIRST QUALIFYING SESSION (FRIDAY) SECTIONS A C EAST-WEST 61.22% 1 Charles Malcolm - Martha Malcolm, Topeka KS 60.20% 2 Hans Jacobs, Downsview ON; Debbie Bennett, Toronto ON 58.25% 3 Roberto Scaramuzzi, Los Angeles CA; Alan Myerson, Sherman Oaks CA 57.11% 4 Stephen Shane, White Plains NY; Eugene Davidson, Boynton Beach FL 56.49% 5 Bob Gwirtzman, Brooklyn NY; Ira Ewen, New York NY 55.35% 6 Michael Roche, Victoria BC; Larry Griffey, Vero Beach FL 54.32% 7 Jessica Larsson, Stockholm Swaziland; Kathrine Bertheau, Taby Sweden 53.69% 8 Brian Ellis - Bernie Greenspan, Beachwood OH 53.60% 9 Zia Mahmood, New York NY; Tarek Sadek, Cairo Egypt 52.80% 10 Juliette Fajgelzon, Saint-Laurent QC; John Laufer, Toronto ON 52.63% 11 Kamla Chawla - David Kowarsky, Longmeadow MA 52.36% 12 Richard Chan, Markham ON; Terry Du, Toronto ON SECTIONS B D EAST-WEST 63.12% 1 Mark Cohen - Stasha Cohen, Glen Ridge NJ 59.06% 2 Kazuhiko Yamada, Ota-Ku Tokyo Japan; Tadashi Yoshida, Tokyo Japan 58.89% 3 David Abelow, Owings Mills MD; David Ruderman, Burtonsville MD 56.48% 4 Louk Verhees, SH Voorhou Netherlands; Danny Sprung, Philadelphia PA 57.05% 55.87% 5 Marc Nathan, New York NY; Daniel Gerstman, Buffalo NY 55.83% 6 Michael Kamil, Holmdel NJ; R Jay Becker, New York NY 55.82% 7 Richard Budd, Portland ME; Rick Binder, Waltham MA 55.78% 8 Owen Roth - Helena McGahagan, Goleta CA 55.28% 9 Ron Smith, San Francisco CA; Marvin Deneroff, North Bergen NJ 53.90% 10 Erin Feldman, San Diego CA; Richard Anderson, Regina SK 53.26% 11 Nikolay Demirev, Arlington Hts IL; Joe Monro, Beverly Hills MI 51.82% 12 Charles Fortney - Kathleen Fortney, Wheaton IL SECTIONS E F EAST-WEST 59.00% 1 Martin Henneberger, Coquitlam BC; Samantha Nystrom, Port Moody BC 59.00% 2 Cornelis Van Prooijen, Nieuw Vennep Netherlands; Alison Wilson, New York NY 57.46% 3 Martha Katz, Burr Ridge IL; Donna Compton, Dallas TX 56.77% 4 Jim Colvin, Schomberg ON; Ian Coats, Ajax ON 55.85% 5 Winthrop Allegaert, New York NY; Jaggy Shivdasani, Pleasantville NY 55.23% 6 Richard Logan, Diamondhead MS; Scott Stearns, Elberta AL 55.00% 7 Jordan Cohen, Thornhill ON; George Berton, Newmarket ON 54.69% 8 Jay Borker, Greenwich CT; Jan Jansma, Spijkenisse Netherlands 54.08% 9 James Cummings, Scarborough ON; Linda Wynston, Toronto ON 53.15% 10 Donald Kersey - Kenneth Allan, Kingston ON 53.15% 11 Doug Fraser - Sandra Fraser, Victoria BC 52.54% 12 William Garrard Jr - Donna Garrard, Irving TX SECTIONS G H EAST-WEST 62.08% 1 Michael Cait, Downsview ON; Roger Allen, Victoria BC 57.38% 2 Serge Chevalier, Laval QC; Jean Castonguay, Lery QC 56.08% 3 Barry Rigal, New York NY; Eric Leong, Oakland CA 55.92% 4 Drew Casen, Las Vegas NV; James Krekorian, Pensacola FL 55.85% 5 Sheila Adamson, Scotland United Kingdom; Anne Symons, Falkirk Scotland 55.69% 6 Michael Rosenberg, Cupertino CA; Richard Zeckhauser, Cambridge MA 54.38% 7 Linda Gordon - Robb Gordon, Sedona AZ 54.15% 8 Margot Hennings - Donald Hennings, Annandale VA 54.00% 9/10 Barry Schaffer, Frisco TX; Colby Vernay, Lacon IL 53.77% 9/10 Alex Perlin, Metuchen NJ; Jiang Gu, Mountain Lakes NJ 53.62% 11 Jacob Morgan, Madison WI; Michael Polowan, New York NY SECTIONS J Y EAST-WEST 61.30% 1 Joshua Donn, Las Vegas NV; Ari Greenberg, San Francisco CA 57.15% 2 Lewis Richardson - Rashid Khan, Toronto ON 57.05% 3 Tom Ramsay, Cambridge ON; David Deaves, Ripley ON 55.62% 4 Jon Wittes - Ross Grabel, Palm Desert CA 55.15% 5 Jeff Roman, Alexandria VA; Thomas Carmichael, Kennesaw GA 55.04% 6 Dale Johannesen - Lynn Johannesen, Saratoga CA 54.11% 7 Craig Ganzer, Brooklyn NY; Marius Agica, New York NY 53.94% 8 Bill Wisdom, Salisbury NC; Tom Rutledge, Charleston SC 53.74% 9 Gary Kessler, Springfield IL; Richard Oshlag, Memphis TN 53.46% 10 Danning Dong, Chicago IL; Howard Liu, Naperville IL 53.15% 11 Alain Chamsi, Ottawa ON; David Lin, Mississauga ON SECTIONS K L EAST-WEST 64.26% 1 Barbara Sartorius, Lake Hiawatha NJ; Sharon Hait, Livingston NJ 61.85% 2 Claude Vogel, Chicago IL; Sangarapil Mohan, Oak Brook IL 59.88% 3 David Gurvich - Michael Lipkin, Brooklyn NY 59.62% 4 Russell Ekeblad, Portsmouth RI; Peter Weichsel, Carlsbad CA 59.48% 5 Craig Huston - Dewitt (Hal) Montgomery III, Portland OR 57.06% 6 Chris Willenken, New York NY; Steve Weinstein, Andes NY 56.97% 7 David Baker, Kitchener ON; Trevor Dundas, Oshawa ON 56.14% 8 Paul Janicki, Markham ON; Morrie Kleinplatz, Windsor ON 55.12% 9 Owen Lien, Flat Rock NC; Mike Cappelletti, Winter Park FL 52.63% 10 Mike Marlin - Sandra Marlin, Versailles KY 51.42% 11 Donna Morgen, Havertown PA; Howard Kahlenberg, Philadelphia PA 51.01% 12 Marc-Andre Fourcaudot, Montreal QC; Vincent Demuy, Laval QC SECTIONS W X EAST-WEST 65.54% 1 Mitch Towner, Austin TX; Jeremy Fournier, Richardson TX 62.62% 2 Andy Altay - Sheila Forbes, Toronto ON 58.62% 3 Chi-Yen Lai, East Brunswick NJ; Bin Dai, Mountain View CA 58.31% 4 Diana Dahdouh - Saad Dahdouh, Whitby ON 56.31% 5 Richard Coren, Delray Beach FL; Robert Levin, Henderson NV 56.23% 6 Bjorn Fallenius - Andrew Rosenthal, New York NY 55.54% 7 Sheila Gabay, Newton MA; Victor King, Hartford CT 54.31% 8 Mark Itabashi, Murrieta CA; Fred Hamilton, Las Vegas NV 53.54% 9 William Arlinghaus, Ann Arbor MI; Dave Swarthout, Newberry MI 53.00% 10 Nick Krnjevic, Westmount QC; Gordon Crispin, Rochester Hills MI 52.08% 11 Ken Cohen, Philadelphia PA; Neal Satten, Wynnewood PA SECTIONS XXX YYY ZZZ 59.51% 1 59.39% 2 58.83% 3 58.55% 4 58.48% 5 58.17% 6 56.91% 7 56.76% 8 56.53% 9 56.00% 10 55.95% 11 55.44% 12 55.06% 13/14 54.45% 13/14 53.14% 15 53.01% 16 52.66% 17 52.58% 18 52.30% 19

EAST-WEST Michael Bodell, Santa Clara CA; Belinda Gu, Sunnyvale CA James Wang, Tempe AZ; Min Xu, Oxnard CA Polly Siegel, Los Altos CA; Eusebio Menezes, Cupertino CA Charles Riffle, Emerald Hills CA; Douglas Grant, San Francisco CA Victor Galis - Ioana Galis, Fremont CA Ryan Connors - Randi Adelman, New York NY Barry Segal - Casey Segal, Boynton Beach FL Don Ostrom, Cambridge ON; Clyde Paul, St Catharines ON Gregory Barnes, Jefferson City MO; Ronald Dixon, Vancouver BC David Corbin - Kurt Simmons, Boulder CO David Venetianer, Chadds Ford PA; Richard Franklin, New Canaan CT Marion Bodi, Thornhill ON; Vivienne Whitworth, Richmond Hill ON Katherine Rolfe, Lake Winnebago MO; Norman Kahn Jr, Prairie Village KS Magnus Weiman - Maureen Weiman, Eden Prairie MN Jess Jurkovic - Peter Clark, New York NY Jean LaTraverse, Mont-Royal QC; Jean La Traverse, Outremont QC Robert Smink, Newtown Sq PA; Norman Cannon, Fort Myers FL Suman Agarwal, Hilliard OH; Boris Tenchov, Columbus OH Colleen Holmes - Peter Holmes, Ottawa ON

59.38% 57.87% 57.67% 57.02% 56.04% 53.81% 53.28% 52.11% 51.85% 51.70% 51.58% 50.78% 62.07% 59.50% 58.22% 56.27% 54.60% 54.41% 52.22% 51.82% 51.07% 50.84% 50.76% 65.69% 64.77% 59.54% 59.38% 58.54% 57.69% 55.69% 55.46% 53.00% 52.54% 52.15% 51.15% 61.38% 59.92% 59.31% 59.15% 58.15% 55.00% 54.77% 54.38% 53.38% 53.38% 53.23% 61.46% 59.37% 56.95% 56.83% 56.41% 55.38% 55.31% 55.26% 54.56% 53.91% 53.45% 59.37% 58.25% 57.87% 57.83% 57.41% 56.78% 56.06% 54.14% 52.51% 52.06% 51.86% 51.00% 63.54% 61.23% 57.92% 57.23% 56.85% 55.92% 54.85% 54.38% 54.15% 53.00% 52.54%

61.18% 61.13% 59.82% 59.72% 59.54% 59.08% 58.60% 58.35% 57.62% 57.44% 55.85% 54.66% 54.10% 54.10% 53.42% 53.11% 52.88% 51.92% 51.87%

LOUISE MCNEELY B/C/D PAIRS SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS FF GG HH EAST-WEST B C D B C D 1 1 1 Morton Weiser, Katonah NY; Richard Polunsky, Houston TX 67.67% 1 1 1 Marcia Syer - Louis Brooks, Oakville ON 2 Keith Pugsley, Oakville ON; Doneen Vernon, Toronto ON 62.11% 2 David Gordon, Ottawa ON; Michael Baggott, North Gower ON 3 2 2 Mircea Giurgeu, Petersburg ON; David Longstaff, Waterloo ON 59.96% 3 2 Xiaoxiong Dai, Edison NJ; Jason Ji, Milltown NJ 4 Mark Olsky - Mary Olsky, Madison WI 59.80% 4 Uday Maitra, Mississauga ON; Lino D’Souza, Burlington ON 5 Jean Monette - M Katz, Ottawa ON 59.61% 5 Evan Markowitz, New York NY; Paul Birnbaum, Trenton NJ 6 3 Ann Rae Gershman - Mary Lung, Richmond VA 58.61% 6 3 2 Margot Loren - William Breedyk, Toronto ON 7 Malcolm Collins, Dundas ON; Barbara Wood, Oakville ON 58.14% 7 4 3 Dennis Feuer - Abbie Feuer, No Palm Beach FL 8 4 3 Ann Henley, Orangeville ON; Adrian Lilienfeld, Chatham ON 58.03% 8 Andrew Monk - Sandra Monk, Orillia ON 9 5 4 Steve Overholt - Sudhir Patwardhan, Etobico*ke ON 56.89% 9 Raymond Cazabon, Orleans ON; Kenneth Baughan, Gloucester ON 10 6 Greg Chang, Lexington MA; Paul Simon, Arlington MA 56.71% 10 Barbara Stewart, Victoria BC; Marie Wiley, London ON 11 7 5 Jeffrey Tsang, Pittsburgh PA; William Palmer, Brooklyn NY 54.88% 11 Judi Waters - Gordon Waters, London ON 12 8 Allison Howard, Cookeville TN; Blair Young, Littleton CO 54.81% 12 5 4 Marvin Meinz - Sandra Meinz, Chesterfield MO 13 9 William Thorp, Dana Point CA; Dorothy Conway, Ottawa ON 54.27% 13 6 5 Lillian Blume - Ronald Baecker, Toronto ON 14 10 6 Dale Sanders - Walter Smith Jr, Washington DC 54.26% 14 7 William Gruber - Frances Gruber, Toronto ON 15 11 Stephen Pozez, Tucson AZ; Paul Fried, Monroe Twp NJ 54.00% 15 Judite Kokis, Mississauga ON; Gail Lambacher, Oakville ON 16 Bettina Brammann-Kuisat - Jurgen Durkop, Germany Germany 53.69% 16 8 6 Kevin Chaisson, San Diego CA; Philippe Lamoise, Solana Beach CA 17 12 7 Myrna Butler, Westfield MA; Melinda Reach, Blue Hill ME 53.00% 17 9 7 Marsha Gerstein, Somerville MA; Mark Heumann, Watertown MA 18 13 David W K Quan, Richmond Hill ON; Eric Lee, Thornhill ON 52.40% 18 10 8 Karen Levy - Nancy Klym, Calgary AB 19 14 Paul Sitz, Ramsey MN; Bert Sheldon, Houston TX 52.05% 19 11 9 Jennifer Huntsman, Moncton NB; Connie Bartlett, Riverview NB 20 15 8 Judith Cole, Toronto ON; Vera Weinstein, North York ON 51.99% 20 12 Brenda Glaze - Debra Mason, Anchorage AK 21 16 9 Betty Andersen - Diane Pasik, Sterling Hts MI 51.39% 21 13 Gerald Simoneau - Phyllis Mitchell, Ottawa ON 22 17 Peter Yard - Gerry Mirus, Cincinnati OH 51.19% 22 14 Michael Krasnoff - Judith Krasnoff, Columbus OH 18 Beverly Pogoda - Joseph Meyers, New York NY 50.71% 15 10 Connie Boyce, Keyser WV; Monica Betler, Bealeton VA 10 Jo-Ann Damato, Port Washington NY; Trish Hattie, Fall River NS 50.40% 11 Lyndsay Vance - Logan Vance, Versailles KY 11 Scott Wilson, Mitchell ON; Perry Hill, Stratford ON 49.97%

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

NORTH-SOUTH Ambrose Ng, Thornhill ON; Manmohan Bhavra, Niagara Univ NY Richard Jeng - Andrew Jeng, Johns Creek GA Donald Lurie, White Plains NY; Joe Yassi, Etobico*ke ON Patrick Demerse, Nepean ON; B Bretzlaff, Manotick ON Michael Bodell, Santa Clara CA; Belinda Gu, Sunnyvale CA Ariel Leibovitz - Stephen Reichek, Houston TX Peter Deluca, Woodbridge ON; John McWhinnie, Hillsburgh ON Dianne Aves - Moira Hollingsworth, Waterloo ON Don Ostrom, Cambridge ON; Clyde Paul, St Catharines ON Dexter Senft, Bedford NY; S Leech, Pasadena CA

YOUNG LM-1500 PAIRS 1ST SEMIFINAL SESSION SECTIONS K L EAST-WEST 67.54% 1 Alan Young - Douglas Martin, New Liskeard ON 62.69% 2 David Corbin - Kurt Simmons, Boulder CO 59.31% 3 Suman Agarwal, Hilliard OH; Boris Tenchov, Columbus OH 58.77% 4 Charles Riffle, Emerald Hills CA; Douglas Grant, San Francisco CA 56.23% 5 Ryan Connors - Randi Adelman, New York NY 56.00% 6 Charles Bilich, Hewlett NY; Norman Trabulus, Port Washington NY 55.38% 7 James Wang, Tempe AZ; Min Xu, Oxnard CA 55.23% 8 S Bonnar - A. Bruce Cameron, Mississauga ON 52.31% 9 Bathsheba Perry - Gabriel Perry, Houston TX 51.54% 10 Janet Sharpe - Diane Campbell, Calgary AB

64.62% 60.62% 57.62% 56.23% 55.46% 54.54% 52.00% 50.85% 50.54% 50.46%

64.24% 63.70% 63.51% 63.48% 59.35% 56.70% 56.45% 56.15% 54.93% 54.89% 53.79% 53.39% 52.76% 52.50% 52.49% 52.25% 52.20% 51.68% 51.30% 51.25% 50.30% 50.24% 50.24% 49.54%

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LOUISE MCNEELY AX PAIRS SECOND SESSION NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS P Q T EAST-WEST A X A X 1 Dennis McGarry - Linda McGarry, Stuart FL 66.53% 1 Peggy Sutherlin, Dallas TX; Nancy Passell, Plano TX 2 Russell Samuel, Long Beach NY; Kyoko Shimamura, Tokyo 136 Japan 61.87% 2 1 Marc Sylvester, Edinboro PA; Francis Tseng, Erie PA 3 1 John Berry, New Hyde Park NY; Jimmy Pelham, Freeport NY 61.13% 3 David Gurvich - Michael Lipkin, Brooklyn NY 4 2 Stephen Cooper, Toronto ON; Henry Sigal, Piedmont CA 60.65% 4 2 Evette Mashaal, Westmount QC; Ghassan Menachi, Fabreville QC 5 3 Helen Hackner, Willowdale ON; David Horner, Carrollton TX 60.13% 5 3 Susan Perez, Maryland Hts MO; John Samsel, Chesterfield MO 6 Mildred Breed, Austin TX; Shawn Quinn, Sugar Land TX 59.59% 6 4 Kevin Conway, Kirkland Lake ON; Dale Freeman, Englehart ON 7 Kathy Adachi - Ina Andersen, Surrey BC 59.29% 7 5 Nicholas France, Spring Valley NY; Burrell Humphreys, Wayne NJ 8 4 Cathy Nathan, New York NY; Sharon Gerstman, Buffalo NY 57.08% 8 Christopher Pisarra, Lafayette CA; Mike Bandler, Alamo CA 9 Joan Vigdor - Charles Wolpert, Boynton Beach FL 56.42% 9 Jeremy Dhondy, 50 Great North United Kingdom; Alan Kay, London England 10 Sharon Anderson, Eagan MN; Bill Cook Jr, Madison MS 55.80% 10 Dan Morse, Houston TX; John Sutherlin, Dallas TX 11 Frank Treiber III, Cincinnati OH; Laurie Kranyak, Bay Village OH 53.69% 11 6 Mark Caplan, London Nw3 7qb United Kingdom; David Caplan, Toronto ON 12 5 McKenzie Myers, Beaverton OR; Greg Humphreys, Charlottesville VA 52.31% 12 7 Christopher Cowan - Debbie Feldman, Oakville ON 13 6 Sandra Stern - Roger Stern, Chevy Chase MD 51.97% 13 8 Denis Lavoie - Jocelyn Bernier, Quebec QC 14 7 Joshua Wilkinson - Sussan Wilkinson, Newport RI 51.90% 14 Abe Pineles, Jackson NJ; Alexander Allen, Annandale NJ 15 8 Ronald Wilson - Ronald Sutherland, Mississauga ON 51.67% 15 9 Henry Moss, Glenview IL; David Moss, New York NY 16 9 Alene Friedman, New York NY; Ernest Napier, Brooklyn NY 51.55% 16 10 Doug Anderson, Quincy MA; Lorraine Cable, New York NY 17 Nadine Wood, Silver Spring MD; Barbara Heller, Decatur GA 51.45% 17 Carolyn Sessler, Waltham MA; Elaine Katzman, Boynton Beach FL 18 10 Timothy Capes - John Ellis, Toronto ON 51.44% 18 11 Lynn Blumenthal - Kate Hill, Santa Rosa CA 11 Ringo Chung, Mississauga ON; Dimitar Cvetkov, Milton ON 49.89% 12 Benjamin Weiss - Zachary Wasserman, Ann Arbor MI 12 Bob Rebelein, Poughkeepsie NY; Julian Laderman, Bronx NY 48.71% 13 Debbie McLeod, Ottawa ON; Avi Poriah, CD NORTH-SOUTH SECTIONS R S EAST-WEST A X A X 1 Ken Monzingo, San Diego CA; Bonnie Bagley, Colorado Spgs CO 65.62% 1 1 Elianna Meyerson, Santa Clara CA; Carol Frank, Burbank CA 2/3 1/2 Nancy Koffler - A Koffler, Saint-Laurent QC 61.08% 2 2 Colin Harrington, Cambridge ON; John Moser, St Agatha ON 2/3 1/2 Harvinder Sidhu, Scottsdale AZ; Himanshu Joshi, Chester NJ 61.08% 3 Diana Schuld, Glen Head NY; Julie Zhu, Vero Beach FL 4 3 Robert Todd - Bob Soni, Tallahassee FL 59.23% 4 3 Robert Levey - Jimmy Ritzenberg, Bethesda MD 5 4 Roger Anderson, Eagan MN; Georgia Heth, Morton IL 57.85% 5 Mark Liberman - Barbara Shnier, Toronto ON 6/7 5/6 Jessica Piafsky, New York NY; Frederic Volcker, Issy les Moulin France 56.46% 6 4 Fay Teal, Kitchener ON; Mileva Jobin, Ottawa ON 6/7 5/6 Richard Ferrin, Washington DC; Donald Berman, Laurel MD 56.46% 7 5 Ron Nelken - Sidney Kanter, Clifton NJ 8 Kazuo K. Furuta, Kanagawa-Ken 21 Japan; Hiroaki Miura, Fuchu City 183- Japan 55.46% 8 6 Marc Rabinowitz, Sunny Isles Bch FL; Lawrence Derito, Jupiter FL 9 7 Elliot Sternlicht, New York NY; Randall Rubinstein, Queens NY 53.54% 9 7 Peter Peng, North York ON; Mike Peng, Waterloo ON 10 8 Walter Schenker, Pine Brook NJ; Michael Gore, Brooklyn NY 53.00% 10 8 Daniel Feldman, Alexandria VA; Joe Jenkins, Colorado Spgs CO 11 Victoria Muir - William Muir, Kansas City MO 52.00% 11 Henry Lortz - Wayne Ohlrich, Seattle WA 12 Ronald Felton, New York NY; Judith Weisman, Englewood NJ 50.54% 12 Stanislaw Kolesnik, Elmwood Park IL; James Hudson, Elmhurst IL

62.87% 62.74% 60.19% 58.46% 57.96% 57.18% 57.06% 55.99% 55.60% 54.75% 54.41% 54.16% 53.99% 53.27% 53.17% 52.73% 51.71% 51.59% 50.86% 50.25% 61.23% 61.00% 60.46% 58.62% 57.85% 56.15% 55.92% 55.46% 55.31% 52.62% 51.92% 51.85%

Tomorrow’s Bridge Events Goodwill Day Canadian Bridge Federation Day

RY = Fairmont Royal York Hotel; SC = Sheraton Centre Hotel Monday, July 25, 9 a.m.

Event Session Sold Monday-Wednesday Morning Bracketed KO Teams 1st SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse Saturday-Monday Morning Bracketed KO Teams 3rd SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse Sunday-Monday Morning Compact KO Teams 3-4 SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse Friday-Tuesday Morning Side Game Series 4th single SC - Sheraton Hall E, Lower Concourse

Happy Bridge Free lesson, then 14-board game at 12:30 p.m., no card fee Partners Bridge Club 299er, 199er, 99er & 49er Pairs Partners Bridge Club 0-20, 0-5 Pairs Note: Games presented by Partners Bridge Club are not played there.

single

Entry/player/session ACBL members* $16 $16 $16 $16

Other $18 $18 $18 $18

SC – Civic Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Free

Free

SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor

$15 $15

$17 $15

SC - Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse

$16

$18

SC - Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse

$16

$18

Free

Free

$16

$18

Monday, July 25, 10 a.m.

single single

Monday, July 25, 10 a.m. & 2:30 p.m.

Canadian Hall of Famer George Mittelman Stratified Daylight Open Pairs 1-2 (3000+, 0-3000) Gold Rush Pairs 1-2 (300-750, 0-300)

Monday, July 25, 12:30 p.m.

Happy Bridge Free lesson begins at 10 a.m.

single

SC – Civic Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Monday-Tuesday Side Game Series

1st single

SPINGOLD KNOCKOUT TEAMS Pre-registration required by 8 p.m., Sunday, July 24. WAGAR WOMEN’S KNOCKOUT TEAMS Pre-registration required by 8 p.m., Sunday, July 24. 0-5000 Mini-Spingold Knockout Teams Pre-registration required by 8 p.m., Sunday, July 24. 0-1500 Mini-Spingold Knockout Teams Pre-registration required by 8 p.m., Sunday, July 24. TRUSCOTT / U.S. PLAYING CARD SENIOR SWISS TEAMS 2 qualifying, 2 final sessions David Cohen Stratified Open Pairs Monday-Tuesday Bracketed Knockout Teams Sunday-Monday Bracketed Knockout Teams

Round 1

RY – TBA

$20

Round 1

RY – TBA

$20

Round 1

RY – TBA

$17

Round 1

RY – TBA

$17

1-2 Q

RY – Concert Hall, Convention Level

$20

1-2 1-2 3-4

SC - Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse

$16 $16 $16

$18 $18 $18

Partners Bridge Club 299er, 199er, 99er & 49er Pairs Partners Bridge Club 0-20, 0-5 Pairs Note: Games presented by Partners Bridge Club are not played there.

single single

$15 $15

$17 $15

Strati-Flighted A/X Side Swiss Teams Strati-Flighted B/C/D Side Swiss Teams Monday-Tuesday Side Game Series 299er Swiss Teams 299er, 199er, 99er & 49er Pairs 0-20, 0-5 Pairs

single single 2nd single single single single

$15 $15 $16 $15 $15 $15

$17 $17 $18 $17 $17 $15

Zip Knockout Teams

single

Monday, July 25, 1 p.m.

SC - Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse

Monday, July 25, 1 & 7:30 p.m.

Monday, July 25, 2:30 p.m.

SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor

Monday, July 25, 7:30 p.m.

SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse SC - Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor

Monday, July 25, 11:30 p.m.

SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse

$12/team/match

Unless otherwise noted, strat breaks for all stratified events are: A (3000+), B (750-3000), C (0-750). For strati-flighted events, A/X are 5000+/0-5000 and play in their own game; B (1500-3000), C (750-1500) and D (0-750) play in their own game. All stratification will be based on the average for the pair or team. In any event or flight with an upper limit, no individual player’s masterpoint total may exceed that upper limit. *Members whose dues payment is current and Life Masters whose service fee payment is current.

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Today’s Bridge Events RY = Fairmont Royal York Hotel; SC = Sheraton Centre Hotel Sunday, July 24, 9 a.m.

Event Session Sold Sunday-Monday Morning Compact KO Teams 1st SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse Saturday-Monday Morning Bracketed KO Teams 2nd SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse Friday-Tuesday Morning Side Game Series 3rd single SC - Sheraton Hall E, Lower Concourse

Bridge-Plus+ Free lesson, then 14-board game at 12:30 p.m., no card fee Stratified 299er Swiss Teams Partners Bridge Club 299er, 199er, 99er & 49er Pairs Partners Bridge Club 0-20, 0-5 Pairs Note: Games presented by Partners Bridge Club are not played there.

single

Entry/player/session ACBL members* $16 $16 $16

Other $18 $18 $18

SC – Civic Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Free

Free

SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor

$15 $15 $15

$17 $17 $15

$16 $16

$18 $18

Free

Free

$16

$18

$20 $17 $17

— — —

$20

$17

$17 $17 $16 $16 $16

— — $18 $18 $18

$16 $16 No fee

$18 $18

$15 $15 $15

$17 $17 $15

Sunday, July 24, 10 a.m.

single single single

Sunday, July 24, 10 a.m. & 2:30 p.m.

Howie, Sacks & Henry Strati-Flighted A/X Daylight Pairs Howie, Sacks & Henry Strati-Flighted B/C/D Daylight Pairs

1-2 1-2

SC - Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse SC - Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse

Sunday, July 24, 12:30 p.m.

Bridge-Plus+ Free lesson begins at 10 a.m.

single

SC – Civic Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Saturday-Sunday Side Game Series

3rd single

Sunday, July 24, 1 p.m.

Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse

Sunday, July 24, 1 & 7:30 p.m.

VON ZEDTWITZ LIFE MASTER PAIRS 1-2 F RY – Concert Hall, Convention Level Bruce LM-5000 Pairs 1-2 F RY – Concert Hall, Convention Level Young LM-1500 Pairs 1-2 F RY – Concert Hall, Convention Level MOREHEAD GRAND NATIONAL TEAMS, CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT 1-2 F RY – British Columbia Room, Mezzanine Level Screens, second session at 8 p.m. Goldman Grand National Teams, Flight A 1-2 F RY – British Columbia Room, Mezzanine Level Screens, second session at 8 p.m. Sheinwold Grand National Teams, Flight B 1-2 F RY – British Columbia Room, Mezzanine Level Mac Nab Grand National Teams, Flight C 1-2 F RY – British Columbia Room, Mezzanine Level Brigitte Blackhouse Stratified Open Pairs 1-2 SC - Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse Ina Demme Flight A/X Swiss Teams 1-2 RY – Canadian Room, Convention Level Bracketed Flight B Round-Robin Teams 1-2 SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse No player over 3000 MPs. Brackets of eight teams, three gold overall places per bracket. Teams may not drop out after one session. Sunday-Monday Bracketed KO Teams 1-2 SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse Saturday-Sunday Bracketed KO Teams 3-4 SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse Collegiate Team Championship SF & F SC - Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse

Sunday, July 24, 2:30 p.m.

Stratified 299er Swiss Teams Partners Bridge Club 299er, 199er, 99er & 49er Pairs Partners Bridge Club 0-20, 0-5 Pairs Note: Games presented by Partners Bridge Club are not played there.

single single single

SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor

Stratified Side Board-a-Match Teams Open to Flight A/X Swiss drop-outs and new entrants Saturday-Sunday Side Game Series Stratified 299er Swiss Teams 299er, 199er, 99er & 49er Pairs 0-20, 0-5 Pairs

single

SC - Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse

$15

$17

4th single single single single

SC - Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Concourse SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor SC - Dominion Room, 2nd Floor

$16 $15 $15 $15

$18 $17 $17 $15

Sunday, July 24, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, July 24, 11:30 p.m.

Zip Knockout Teams

single

SC - Sheraton Hall A, Lower Concourse

$12/team/match

Unless otherwise noted, strat breaks for all stratified events are: A (3000+), B (750-3000), C (0-750). For strati-flighted events, A/X are 5000+/0-5000 and play in their own game; B (1500-3000), C (750-1500) and D (0-750) play in their own game. All stratification will be based on the average for the pair or team. In any event or flight with an upper limit, no individual player’s masterpoint total may exceed that upper limit. *Members whose dues payment is current and Life Masters whose service fee payment is current.

Today’s Sponsors Partners’ Bridge Club Partners’ Bridge Club is the proud sponsor of several of the Intermediate and Newcomer games this week. Suzanne Kosky and Joel Shapiro are wonderful supporters of bridge in the area and have been involved in directing, chairing tournaments, working with the Unit 166 Board of Directors, and teaching of students new to the game. Thank you Partners’ Bridge Club. Howie, Sacks and Henry Howie, Sacks and Henry is a Toronto law firm sponsoring the Strati-Flighted Daylight Pairs. Jim Howie is a fine bridge player and supporter of this tournament. Thanks, Jim.

Discount at Epic Lounge Bar

Epic Lounge Bar in the Fairmont Royal York welcomes players every evening for drinks and something to eat. A 10% discount is available with convention card. Located on the lobby level.

Brigitte Blackhouse Brigitte is the treasurer of the Planning Team for the tournament. She has also been a major support player for the team. Thanks goes out to Brigitte for all of her time and efforts, particularly in the last few weeks! Ina Demme Ina is the only member of the Planning Team to have served on the committee 10 years ago as well. This time around, her areas of responsibility included the Restaurant Guide and the nightly post game food. Thanks, Ina . . . again!

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CBF Hall of Fame Induction

The Canadian Bridge Federation Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be held Monday, July 25, at 5 p.m. in the Royal York Hotel in the Tudor Room 7 & 8 (Mezzanine level). The 2011 inductees are Ralph Cohen, Doug Drew, Diana Gordon, Eric Kokish and George Mittelman.

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