Eunice Rosen

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Eunice Marya Rosen (born September 6, 1930) is an American bridge player. She is married to fellow bridge champion William Rosen.

In 1958 and in 1966, Eunice and Bill won the Master Mixed Teams, now known as the Chicago Mixed Board-a-Match tournament. In 2000, she won the Whitehead Women's Pairs playing with Joan Stein. Her impressive defensive bridge skills became widely regarded in the bridge community, resulting in a write-up in The New York Times column covering one of her remarkable moves.[1]

In a 1982 New York Times column, Alan Truscott called Eunice Rosen "one of the leading players in the game."[2]

Her parents were Samuel and Marion Berg. Eunice and William live in Highland Park, Illinois. They have four children: Marc Jeremy Rosen, Marta Jane Freud, James David Rosen and Gary Andrew Rosen.

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  1. ^ Bridge, nytimes.com, 1988-06-29
  2. ^ Bridge: Bidding a Three-Card Suit; Takes Some Time to Learn, nytimes.com, 1982-09-29