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Andrea Dalpozzo

We don’t need trials at the moment

Rome (It.), September 17, 2014 Andrea Dalpozzo, is a council member of the Italian Bridge Federation (FIGB) since April 2014 and a successful manager. He is the organizer of the Rastignano Bridge Tournament, one of the most important bridge competitions in Italy. The event reached this year the record of 96 participating teams,... read more
 

Endplay-of-the-Day

Moscow (R.), September 14, 2014 This weekend the Russian Team Championship has been decided in Moscow. After a round robin of 12 matches a final between the two top finishers was won by Team Stoichkov: Kholomeev-Semenov (Russia), Lauria-Versace (Italy) and Van den Bos-Van Lankveld (The Netherlands). Stoichkov booked a clear... read more
Team Stoichkov wins Russian Teams (Anton Osipov)
 
Countdown to World Mind Games Online

Countdown World Mind Games Online

Paris (Fr.), September 11, 2014 SportAccord begins the countdown to the launch of the 4th edition of the World Mind Games Online Tournament on the 15th of September. The tournament, featuring bridge, chess and go, is being organized by SportAccord in partnership with RSportz, the community-based global sports network and online... read more
 

Breaking: Poles Rule in Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo (Mon.), September 05, 2014 BreakingGregorz Nakiewicz and Kryzstof Buras (Poland) take the 2014 Monaco Cavendish Pairs. In today's Final A they managed to stay ahead of Andrew Robson and Tony Forrester from England. In the Ladies Pairs the Tal Sisters from Israel took first prize. EarlierToday the finals are played in the... read more
Gregorz Narkiewicz and Kryzstof Buras in Monaco
 
Janet de Botton (Elisabeth van Ettinger)

Italians on lead in Monaco Cavendish

Monte Carlo (Mon.), September 04, 2014 In the Monaco Cavendish Pairs Massimiliano Di Franco and Arrigo Franchi from Italy are on top of the field after 5 sessions. In the Ladies Pairs Meike Wortel and Marion Michielsen from The Netherlands have taken a clear lead. Another female player, Janet de Botton from England, together with her... read more
 

Eidi Wins Monaco Cavendish Teams

Monte Carlo (Mon.), September 03, 2014 Michel Eidi’s team (Michel and Thomas Bessis, Vassili Vroustis), a French-Greek combination, were placed only in ninth position, according WBF ranking. Obviously they deserved much better. In the Monaco Cavendish Teams Eidi led the qualification most of the time and won it comfortably. The second... read more
Eidi Wins Cavendish Teams
 
Sjoert Brink (Louk Herber)

Cavendish-Steal-of-the-Day

Monte Carlo (Mon.), September 02, 2014 The Monaco Cavendish is underway. Traditionally it starts with the teams event. After the first day of this small but very strong event two teams are on lead: Eidi (Michel Eidi-Vassil Vroustis, Michel and Thomas Bessis) and Real (Sjoert Brink-Bas Drijver, Andrei Gromov-Alexander Dubinin, Evgeny... read more