Andrew Chen became the youngest Life Master at 8 years, 3 days.
Becky Rogers is the ACBL’s Honorary Member for 2020.
Melody Euler received the Jean Molnar Award, the ACBL’s Employee of the Year award for field staff.
Developer Amaresh Deshpande introduces Hool, a new bridge-lite game for kids.
Nathan Susser volunteers with the Center For Bridge Education in San Francisco.
Brian Zhang, 8, plays and writes about bridge.
“The Kids Table” got a cheery reception at its world premiere Sunday.
Ken Lebensold explains how a convention he didn’t invent came to take his name – sort of.
Jim Ricker of Knoxville TN is the ABTA’s Teacher of the Year.
An arrest has been made.
Bridge players reveal the secrets to their luck — superstitions.
Irva Kay Neyhart of Corvallis OR has won the national Ace of Clubs race three times in a row in three consecutive brackets.
Ned Paul of London is blogging about his experience at the NABC.
Former WBF President Jose Damiani defends alignment with International Olympic Committee and defining bridge as a sport.
Local volunteer Jim Bowlan can’t get enough of bridge. “I’m eat up with it,” he says.
Three great players have been elected to the ACBL Hall of Fame: Peter Boyd, Bart Bramley and Judi Radin.