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Marc Smith (bridge)

This article is about the British bridge player and author. For other people with the same name, see Marc Smith (disambiguation).

Marc Smith is a British bridge player, columnist[1] and book author.[2] Marc Smith represented Great Britain as a junior, winning the 1985 European Union Junior Teams Championship.[3] He has a host of wins in national events, and reached the final of the World Mixed Pairs Championship playing with his wife, Charlotte.[4][5] His book, co-authored with Barbara Seagram, 25 Bridge Conventions You Should Know, won the American Bridge Teachers' Association 1999 Shirley Silverman Award for Best Student Book.[6]

Magazine, Periodical and Internet Columns

  • Bridge (Britain)
  • Bridge Plus (Britain)[1]
  • The OKbridge Spectator, [2]
  • ACBL Bridge Bulletin (USA)[3]

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