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Fall National Open Pairs

The National Open Pairs was the first national bridge championship for open pairs and was held at the fall American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) North American Bridge Championship (NABC) as a four-session matchpoint (MP) pairs event.

History

Inaugurated in 1928 and contested for the Cavendish Trophy, the event lost its national rating after the 1962 NABCs being displaced by the Blue Ribbons Pairs event, renamed the Edgar Kaplan Blue Ribbon Pairs in 1999. The Open Pairs carried on as a secondary event[1] at fall NABCs until 1971 when it was discontinued.

Winners

Winners of National Open Pairs
Year Winners Runners-up
 1928  Theodore Lightner, Waldemar von Zedtwitz Ely Culbertson, Josephine Culbertson
1929 1/2. William McKenney, Ralph Richards
1/2. Hortense Evans, Mrs. Sidney Lovell
1930 Louise W. Bright, P. S. Germain B. Foster, Ann W. Loftus
1931 Willard Karn, P. Hal Sims Olga Hilliard, Louis H. Watson
1932 Willard Karn, P. Hal Sims Oswald Jacoby, Louis H. Watson
1933 Charles A. Hall, Richard M. Wildberg Sam Fry, Waldemar von Zedtwitz
1934 Charles Lochridge, Johnny Rau Harry Fishbein, Herman Goldberg
1935 Edward Hymes Jr., Oswald Jacoby Paul D. Parcells, Charles Rilling
1936 Walter Jacobs, Ralph Kempner Allyne Paris, John R. Smith
1937   A. Mitchell Barnes, Waldemar von Zedtwitz   Phil Abramsohn, Harry Fishbein
1938 Frank E. Bubna, Mollie Funk Sonny Moyse, Helen Sobel
1939 Walter Jacobs, Albert Weiss Phil Abramsohn, Morrie Elis
1940 Charles Goren, Helen Sobel Henry Chanin, Harry Fishbein
1941 Sidney Silodor, Sally Young Phil Abramsohn, Harry Fishbein
1942 Alvin Roth, Tobias Stone   Harry Fishbein, Waldemar von Zedtwitz  
1943 Ruth Goldberg, Edith Seligman Ned Drucker, Milton Moss
1944 Ambrose Casner, Ralph Hirschberg Aaron Frank, Arthur S. Goldsmith
1945 Jane Jaeger, Lewis M. Jaeger Bill Levin, Leo Roet
1946 B. Jay Becker, Sidney Silodor David C. Carter, Frances Carter
1947 Helen Sobel, Margaret Wagar Sam Fry, Ruth Sherman
1948 Helen Sobel, Margaret Wagar Peter Leventritt, Edson Wood
1949 Gardner E. Goldsmith, Charles Whitebrook B. Jay Becker, Simon Becker
1950 Mark Kelliher, Jack Kushner Leo Roet, Edson Wood
1951 Arthur Glatt, Albert Weiss Richard Kahn, Peter Leventritt
1952 Israel Cohen, Vic D. Zeve Paula Bacher, Leo Roet
1953 Byron Greenberg, Harold Rockaway David C. Carter, Curtis Smith
1954 George Heath, Paul Hodge F. Ayres Bombeck, David C. Carter
1955 Milton Q. Ellenby, Emmanuel Hochfeld Barbara Brier, Waldemar von Zedtwitz
1956 Ben Fain, Paul Hodge Norman Kay, Charles J. Solomon
1957 Lew Mathe, Edward O. Taylor Paul Allinger, Sidney Lazard
1958 John Fisher, Emma Jean Hawes Alvin Roth, Tobias Stone
1959 Morton Rubinow, Sam Stayman William Grieve, Emmanuel Hochfeld
1960 Oswald Jacoby, Curtis Smith Simon Becker, Eugene Davidson
1961 Phil Feldesman, Ira Rubin Jack Blair, Robert Stucker
1962 B. Jay Becker, Dorothy Hayden Eddie Kantar, Marshall Miles
1963- continued by the Edgar Kaplan Blue Ribbon Pairs


See also

Notes

References

External links

  • NABC Winners - Discontinued NABC

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