Bridge Winners connects bridge players from around the world through our social network and provides a venue to learn, share, and talk about the game we love. Bridge Winners also offers daily articles, tournament reports, an online convention card editor, and player profiles. For many of us, being a bridge player is more than just a casual hobby, it envelops our lives. You don't need to be obsessed with bridge to enjoy Bridge Winners, but if you are we've got you covered too.
We encourage our users to actively participate in the community and share their passion by joining the discussions, posting interesting bridge problems, or writing a blog. We are always interested in your ideas and feedback, so please don't hesitate to let us know if there is something missing in your online bridge life.
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Gavin is a full-time professional bridge player and instructor. He was born and raised in Toronto, Canada and now resides in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida with his wife Jenny, daughter Dani and son Brandon. Gavin is an ACBL Grand Life Master and has won 4 NABC events, the CNTCs, and finished 2nd in the 2004 Spingold.
Jason is an immigration attorney and part-time professional bridge player. Jason grew up in Champaign, Illinois and now resides in San Diego, California with his wife Erin, daughter Abigail, and golden retriever Casey. Jason is a World Junior Champion, won the 2008 NABC Swiss, finished 2nd in the World University Championships, and has several other top-10 finishes. When not playing bridge he loves to surf and travel.
Steve is a professional bridge and poker player. He grew up in Accord, New York and now resides in Andes, New York, with his wife Liz, dog Luther, and Archie the cat. Steve has 14 NABC victories, is the reigning World Open Pairs Champion, holds the record for the youngest-ever winner of an NABC event, and has more Cavendish wins (7 pair wins and 4 team wins) than anyone else.
Eugene is a Senior Software Engineer at IBM and avid amateur bridge player. Eugene grew up in San Diego, California and now resides in Sunnyvale, California with his wife, Helen. He is also a former Jeopardy! contestant and the co-founder of a popular Bay Area board-gaming group. Eugene is a two-time winner of the North American Collegiate Championships.
Eugene writes and edits for Bridge Winners, provides tournament coverage, and is one of the software developers. Some of Eugene's articles include: System Win, Wedding Pickup, Second Hand Kill, and Searching for Bobby Hamman.
Greg lives in Charlottesville, Virginia where he is a full-time Googler and plays bridge professionally. He also has a young daughter who is already executing squeezes. Previously, he worked as a professor of Computer Science at the University of Virginia, where he conducted research in both high-performance and physically-based computer graphics, as well as computer architecture and visualization.
Greg is one of the software developers for Bridge Winners.
Polly lives in Los Altos, California with her border terrier Coda. She is an avid bridge player, having come to the game late in life, and is currently semi-retired, focusing on bridge. Previously, Polly served as a director of engineering for several high-tech companies, and most recently managed scholarly websites for Stanford University’s HighWire Press.
Polly writes and edits for Bridge Winners, and focuses on product direction, process/project management, and whatever else needs doing that doesn’t involve writing code.
Ari is a Software Engineer at Facebook and has previously worked for Bridge Base Online and Google. He grew up in Malibu, California and now resides in San Francisco. He is a two-time World Junior Champion.
Ari is one of the software developers for Bridge Winners.
Robert grew up in New Jersey, but now resides in San Diego, California with his wife Thais, son Sebastian, and border collie Chico. He is an avid poker player and maintains a vast network of websites including an online bridge guide. Despite moving out West, Robert is still a diehard New York Jets and Mets fan.
One of Bridge Winners' original site developers, Robert now focuses on Bridge Winners' Facebook and Twitter presence, SEO, and giving his Bermuda Bowl Predictions.
Adam lives on Cape Cod, where he teaches and writes about bridge. He is active in local bridge governance, serving on the boards of Unit 108 (Eastern Massachusetts) and District 25 (New England) and as President of New England Youth Bridge. In addition to his bridge career, Adam is a playwright and screenwriter.
Adam is Bridge Winner's Director of Education. His articles for Bridge Winners include 1m-2m Now What?, Gatlinburg. Why?, and Bridge Winners' investigation of the abandonment of ACBLscore+.
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