Marc Smith (bridge)

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This article is about the British bridge player and author. For other people with the same name, see Marc Smith (disambiguation).

Marc Smith (born 1960) is a British bridge player, columnist[1] and writer.[2] Marc Smith represented Great Britain as a junior, winning the 1985 European Union Junior Teams Championship.[3] He has a host of wins in national events, and reached the final of the World Mixed Pairs Championship playing with his wife, Charlotte.[4][5] His book, co-authored with Barbara Seagram, 25 Bridge Conventions You Should Know, won the American Bridge Teachers' Association 1999 Shirley Silverman Award for Best Student Book.[6]

Bridge columns[edit]

  • Bridge (Britain)
  • Bridge Plus (Britain)[1]
  • The OKbridge Spectator, [2]
  • ACBL Bridge Bulletin (USA)[3]

Publications[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stated in the author's cameo on the back cover of his book World Class that he "writes monthly columns for Bridge and Bridge Plus magazines and for OKbridge Spectator" and "occasionally for the Bridge Bulletin in the USA and is an expert bidding forum panelist for numerous magazines".
  2. ^ Stated in his co-author's cameo for Over Hoffman's Shoulder that "Marc Smith is the author of twenty books on bridge and writes regular columns in bridge magazines worldwide and on the internet. He is a Grand Master and a member of the British junior team that won the 1985 European Union Championships."
  3. ^ Stated in the author's cameo on the back cover of his book Bridge Cardplay - Attack and Defense that he was "a member of the British junior team that won the 1985 European Union Championships".
  4. ^ Charlotte Smith international record at the World Bridge Federation.
  5. ^ Marc Smith international record at the World Bridge Federation.
  6. ^ American Bridge Teachers' Association book awards.

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