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Roth Open Swiss Teams

The Roth Open Swiss Teams is a national bridge championship Swiss Teams event held at the summer American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) North American Bridge Championship (NABC).


Known originally as the Open Swiss Teams, it is a national-rated event first held in 2005 and renamed in 2010 as the Roth Open Swiss Teams in honor of Al Roth. The event is a four-session Swiss teams, with two qualifying and two final sessions, typically starting on the second Saturday of the summer NABC; it is open. Scoring is by IMPs that are converted to victory points.


Winners of Open Swiss Teams
Year Winners Runners-Up
2005 Christal Henner-Welland, Michael Kamil, Claudio Nunes, Fulvio Fantoni, Fredrik Nystrom, Peter Bertheau Matin Harris, Jacob Morgan, Steve Landen, Pratap Rajadhyaksha
2006 Christal Henner-Welland, Roy Welland, Cezary Balicki, Adam Żmudziński, Antonio Sementa, Bjorn Fallenius Nader Hanna, Nagy Kamel, Greg Hinze, Ira Hessel
2007 Lou Ann O'Rourke, Marc Jacobus, Geoff Hampson, Eric Greco, Giorgio Duboin, Norberto Bocchi George Klemic, Drew Becker, Jason Rosenfeld, Angeliki Magklara
2008 Phil Gordon, Jason Feldman, Joshua Donn, Joergen Molberg, Terje Aa George Jacobs, Ralph Katz, Robert Levin, Steve Weinstein, Walid Elahmady, Tarek Sadek
2009 Krzysztof Buras, Robert Hampton, John Hurd, Grzegorz Zarkiewicz, Gavin Wolpert, Joel Wooldridge Roger Bates, Giorgio Duboin, Marc Jacobus, Lou Ann O'Rourke, Antonio Sementa, Eddie Wold
2010 Martin Fleisher, Michael Kamil, Bobby Levin, Chip Martel, Lew Stansby, Steve Weinstein Alon Apteker, Phillipe Cronier, Craig Gower, Jacob Morgan, Michael Polowan, Adam Wildavsky


List of previous winners, Page 2

2007 winners, Page 1

2008 winners, Page 1

External links

  • ACBL official website
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