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"PAULA"
THE STORY OF WHEN PAUL SOLOWAY TURNED INTO A WOMAN

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GREAT HAND
A Remarkable Man
by Matthew Granovetter
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USA Women's Teams by Pamela Granovetter
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Team Trials Thriller in the final of the USA Team Championships more

I Fought the Law
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Hats off to Vanderbilt Winners
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Coach Kokish works hard to impart winning habits
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Miracles at the Table
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December 7, 2004. Tonight is the first night of the festival of Chanukah More

Where's Mike?!

One of the bridge world's most successful players/writers/teachers is Mike Lawrence.
Some years ago, Mike and his wife Karen made
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Miles' first world championship
Congratulations to Marshall Miles, longtime contributor to Bridge Today Magazine and current professor of two courses at Bridgetoday.com, who won his first world championship yesterday
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8 Reasons to Play Bridge
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Our own Pamela Granovetter has great success at the Fall NABC Championships with new partner Migry...
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The man
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OKbridge

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The Hong Kong Inter-City has a remarkable place in history.
It explains how bridge was defined in China as a no-contact sport. MORE
Benito Redux by Pamela Granovetter
Italian Blue Team champion Benito Garozzo
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Tennis, or Bridge, Anyone?
by Matthew Granovetter
I believe that there has never been a better time for a rebirth in interest in bridge, says ex-tennis promoter Larry King... MORE

Bulldogs
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Not every good deed gets punished
by Barry Rigal

Sue Picus and her new pearl necklace (with amethyst), won in a raffle sponsored by Bridgetoday.com MORE

Who Deals the Cards? by Pamela Granovetter
According to the Kabbalah, everything, absolutely everything, even a leaf rustling in the wind, is the result of Divine Intention.... MORE

2004 Cavendish
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The Joys of Web Publishing by Matthew Granovetter (and Larry Cohen)
When you edit a bridge magazine, which I have done for 15 years, you make lots of mistakes.... MORE

The difference between money bridge and tournament bridge by Eddie Kantar
Many players ask what is the real difference between money bridge and tournament bridge? Maybe this true story will answer that question.... MORE

Bridge is the most diverting and intelligent card game that the wit of man has so far devised... MORE Bridge Escape
by Matthew Granovetter
Wherein the richest man in the world finds refuge in a bridge tournament. MORE

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