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Adam Żmudziński

Adam Artur Żmudziński[1] (born 18 January 1956)[2] is a Polish bridge player. After 2014 competition, he ranked 22nd among Grand Masters by World Bridge Federation (WBF) masterpoints, five places behind his longtime partner Cezary Balicki.[3] They ranked 26–27th among more than 100 all-time Grand Masters by placing points that do not decay over time.[4][1]

Żmudziński won the World Transnational Open Teams in 2000 and 2009, European Open Teams in 1989 and 1993 as well as the London Sunday Times Invitational Pairs in 1994. His team finished second in the 2000 World Team Olympiad, 1991 Bermuda Bowl and 1994 Rosenblum Cup. With his regular partner, Cezary Balicki, won the bronze medal at the World Open Pairs held in Geneva in 1990.

On 26 September 2015, the World Bridge Federation Credentials Committee announced that the invitation extended to Balicki and Żmudziński to play in the 2015 Bermuda Bowl in Chennai, India had been withdrawn, one day before play was due to start. No reason was given.[5]

Contents

  • Bridge accomplishments 1
    • Wins 1.1
    • Runners-up 1.2
  • Notes 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Bridge accomplishments

Wins

Runners-up

Notes

  1. ^ Masterpoints are awarded to more of the high finishers in more events. Balicki and Żmudziński have earned all of their placing points together, beginning with the 1989 European Bridge League national teams championship and the 1989 Bermuda Bowl, when Poland won EBL gold and WBF bronze medals. They have earned most but not all of their masterpoints as partners, beginning with the 1988 Olympiad and its consolation event, where Poland (9th and 2nd places) lost in the round-of-16 and the consolation final.
      Select their WBF Codes from the display of Open Grand Masters.[3]

References

  1. ^ "The Teams for the 2013 SportAccord World Mind Games" (2013Teams.pdf) . World Bridge Federation. Retrieved 2015-01-15.
  2. ^ "ZMUDZINSKI Adam". Athlete Information. SportAccord World Mind Games. December 2013. Retrieved 2015-01-12.
  3. ^ a b "Open Grand Master". Display WBF Titled Players. WBF Master Points (wbfmasterpoints.com). Retrieved 2015-01-22.
  4. ^ "WBF AllTime Open Ranking" (21 to 40). WBF Master Points (wbfmasterpoints.com). Retrieved 2015-01-22.
  5. ^ "Communication from the WBF Credentials Committee".  
  6. ^ "Roth Open Swiss Previous Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2014-07-26. p. 10. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  7. ^ "Vanderbilt Previous Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2014-03-24. p. 6. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  8. ^ "Keohane Swiss Teams Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2013-12-06. p. 4. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  9. ^ "Mitchell BAM Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2013-12-01. p. 8. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  10. ^ "Roth Open Swiss Previous Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2014-07-26. p. 10. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  11. ^ "Spingold Previous Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2014-07-21. p. 12. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  12. ^ "Jacoby Open Swiss Previous Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2014-03-29. p. 9. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  13. ^ "Roth Open Swiss Previous Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2014-07-26. p. 10. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  14. ^ "Vanderbilt Previous Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2014-03-24. p. 6. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  15. ^ "Baze Seniors Swiss Previous Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2013-11-29. p. 8. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  16. ^ "Mitchell BAM Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2013-12-01. p. 8. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  17. ^ "Reisinger Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2013-12-06. p. 6. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 
  18. ^ "Spingold Previous Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2014-07-21. p. 12. Retrieved 2014-10-24. 

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