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).

HistoryEdit

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.

WinnersEdit

Winners of Open Swiss Teams [1]
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
2011 Mark Gordon, Pratap Rajadhyaksha, Alan Sontag, Terje Aa, David Berkowitz, Jorgen Molberg, Allan Cokin (coach) Aaron Silverstein, Chris Willenken, Andrew Rosenthal, Michael Rosenberg, Björn Fallenius, Peter Fredin
2012 Geoff Hampson, John Diamond, Fred Gitelman, Eric Greco, Brad Moss Carolyn Lynch, Mike Passell, Andrew Gromov, Aleksandr Dubinin, Cezary Balicki, Adam Żmudziński
2013 Carolyn Lynch, Mike Passell, Adam Żmudziński, Cezary Balicki, Bart Bramley, Lew Stansby Martin Fleisher, Michael Kamil, Zia Mahmood, Chip Martel, Michael Rosenberg, Chris Willenken
2014 Paul Fireman, John Kranyak, Vince Demuy, Gavin Wolpert, John Hurd, Joel Wooldridge Tom Breed, Darren Wolpert, Jeff Roman, Daniel Korbel, Chris Compton, David Grainger
2015 Brian Platnick, John Diamond, Kevin Bathurst, Justin Lall, Geoff Hampson, Eric Greco Nick Nickell, Ralph Katz, Jeff Meckstroth, Eric Rodwell, Steve Weinstein, Bobby Levin
2016 John Onstott, Joshua Donn, Drew Casen, Mike Passell, Chris Compton Stan Tulin, Kevin Dwyer, Jacek Kalita, Michal Nowosadzki, Alon Birman, Dror Padon
2017 Ai-Tai Lo, Bill Pettis, Beth Palmer, Bill Cole Mike Levine, Eddie Wold, David Grainger, Greg Hinze, Mike Passell, Chris Compton
2018 John Onstott, Magdalena Ticha, Richard Ritmeijer, James Krekorian, Bruce Ferguson, Drew Casen Nick Nickell, Ralph Katz, Steve Weinstein, Bobby Levin, Jeff Meckstroth, Eric Rodwell
2019 Gaylor Kasle, Bartosz Chmurski, Wlodzimierz Starkowski, Piotr Tuczynski, Michal Kwiecien, Joshua Donn Alison Wilson, Mikael Groenkvist, Ida Groenkvist, Magdalena Ticha, Richard Ritmeijer, Kent Mignocchi
2020 Cancelled due to COVID-19
2021 Cancelled due to COVID-19
2022 Laurence Lebowitz, Dennis Bilde, Agustin Madala, Zachary Grossack, Michael Rosenberg, Adam Grossack[2] Juan Castillo, Jerry Stamatov, Lynda Nitabach, Daniel Korbel, Jacek Pszczola

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Roth Open Swiss Teams Winners" (PDF). American Contract Bridge League. 2018-08-03. p. 6. Retrieved 2018-11-15.
  2. ^ "ACBL Live". live.acbl.org. Retrieved 2022-08-14.

SourcesEdit

List of previous winners, Page 2 Daily Bulletin (PDF), vol. 79–9, July 28, 2007

2007 winners, Page 1 Daily Bulletin (PDF), vol. 80–11, July 30, 2007

2008 winners, Page 1 Daily Bulletin (PDF), vol. 80–11, July 28, 2008, archived from the original (PDF) on April 11, 2014

2019 winners, Page 1 Daily Bulletin (PDF), vol. 80–11, July 29, 2019

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