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Tobi Sokolow

Tobi Sokolow (born July 15, 1942[1] in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American bridge player. As of April 2011 she ranks number 15 among Women World Grand Masters.[2]

Sokolow learned bridge in her thirties, unusually late for a top player.[3] She has won three world titles and 15 North American Bridge Championships events including the 2002 Life Master Pairs. At Verona, Italy, in 2004 she became the first American man or woman to win the Generali World Masters Individual.

She lives with her husband David in Austin, Texas, where she is a real estate agent. Her son Adam is a restaurateur in Austin.[3]

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