Rosenblum Cup

Rosenblum Cup

Rosenblum Cup is Open Teams event held every four years as part of the World Bridge Championships. The event was added to the world championships in New Orleans in 1978 to commemorate Julius Rosenblum, who served as president of the World Bridge Federation (WBF) until 1976. A similar event for women, the McConnell Cup, which takes place alongside the Rosenblum Cup was added in 1994.


** Michniewski in 1978, Angelini in 1998, and Ferraro in 2002 did not play enough boards in order to qualify for the title of World Champion
*** Zakaris in 1986 and Borewicz–Otvosi in 1994 did not play enough boards in order to qualify for second place

External links

* [ Official WBF site]

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