Bill Robertie

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Bill Robertie (born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States on July 9, 1946) is a backgammon, chess, and poker player and author. He is one of three backgammon players to have won the Monte Carlo World Backgammon Championship twice (in 1983 and in 1987). Robertie also won the Pro-Am in the Bahamas in the year 1993 and the Istanbul World Cup in 1994.[1] In chess, Robertie won the 1970 U.S. Speed Chess tournament.[2]

Robertie co-authored a popular series of books on tournament no-limit Texas hold'em with 1995 World Champion Dan Harrington, entitled Harrington on Hold 'em. The books were published by Two Plus Two Publishing.

Robertie graduated from Harvard.

Books by Robertie[edit]

Backgammon:

Chess:

Poker:

  • Harrington on Hold'em: Volume I: Strategic Play, Two Plus Two Publishing (2004) ISBN 1-880685-33-7
  • Harrington on Hold'em: Volume II: The Endgame, Two Plus Two Publishing (2005) ISBN 1-880685-35-3
  • Harrington on Hold'em: Volume III: The Workbook, Two Plus Two Publishing (2006) ISBN 1-880685-36-1
  • Harrington on Cash Games: Volume I, Two Plus Two Publishing (2008) ISBN 1-880685-42-6
  • Harrington on Cash Games: Volume II, Two Plus Two Publishing (2008) ISBN 1-880685-43-4

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bill Robertie on Masters of Backgammon
  2. ^ Chess Trivia by Bill Wall

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