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Master Individual

The Master Individual national bridge championship was held at the fall American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) North American Bridge Championship (NABC).

History

The event was contested for the Karn Trophy (1931–1933) and the Steiner Trophy from 1934 until 1960 when it was abandoned.

Winners

Winners of Master Individual
Year Winner Runner-up
 1931  Willard Karn Richard L. Frey
1932 Howard Schenken David Burnstine
1933 David Burnstine Elinor Murdoch
1934 Elinor Murdoch B. Jay Becker
1935 Oswald Jacoby David Burnstine
1936   Waldemar von Zedtwitz   Merwyn Maier
1937 B. Jay Becker George Unger
1938 Richard Ecker Jr. Harry Fishbein
1939 Merwyn Maier Alvin Landy
1940 Morrie Elis Lee Hazen
1941 Lee Hazen B. Jay Becker
1942 Harry Fishbein Olive Peterson
1943 Alvin Roth Charles Solomon
1944 George Rapée Robert D. Chatkin
1945 Charles Goren Albert Weiss
1946 Robert A. McPherran Morrie Elis
1947 Charles J. Solomon Jack Cushing
1948 B. Jay Becker Myron Field
1949 George Rapée B. Jay Becker
1950 Morrie Elis Robert Appleyard
1951 Sidney Silodor John R. Crawford
1952 Harry Fishbein Peter Leventritt
1953 Tobias Stone Larry Hirsch
1954 Edward Burns F. Ayres Bombeck
1955 Norman Kay 2/3. B. Jay Becker
2/3. Alvin Roth
1956 John R. Crawford Robert Appleyard
1957 Edgar Kaplan   Ernest E. Karshmer  
1958 Sylvia Stein John R. Crawford
1959 Leo Pressburg Frank L. Jackson
1960 Robert Reynolds Arthur Robinson

Sources

External links

  • ACBL official website
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