Tobias Stone (June 8, 1919 – February 15, 2012) was an American bridge player and writer from New York City.
Stone was born in Manhattan.He and Janice Gilbert married in 1955; divorced in 1975. He retired from bridge and in 1986 moved to Las Vegas, where he died in 2012.
Stone was inducted into the ACBL Hall of Fame in 2003.
Samuel M. Stayman was an American bridge player, writer, and administrator. He is best known for Stayman, one of the world's most popular bidding conventions; indeed, a day after writing his obituary Alan Truscott called him "the player best known in the world".
Michael Rosenberg is an American bridge player.
Mir Zia Mahmood is a Pakistani-American professional bridge player. He is a World Bridge Federation and American Contract Bridge League Grand Life Master. As of April 2011 he was the 10th-ranked World Grand Master.
David L. Berkowitz is an American professional contract bridge player. He is from Old Tappan, New Jersey.
Richard A. Freeman was a world champion American bridge player holding the title of World Grand Master, the highest title of the World Bridge Federation. He won the Bermuda Bowl world team championship and won many national championships. Freeman was inducted into the ACBL Hall of Fame in 2001. At the time of his death he held 17,880 masterpoints.
Waldemar Konrad von Zedtwitz was a German-born American bridge player and administrator.
Sidney Silodor was an American bridge player. Silodor was a World Champion, winning the Bermuda Bowl in 1950. Silodor is currently 6th on the all-time list of North American Bridge Championships wins with 34. Silodor was a lawyer from Havertown, Pennsylvania.
Peter M. Weichsel is an American professional bridge player from Encinitas, California.
Geoff Hampson is a Canadian professional bridge player. Hampson is from Toronto and the son of Sharon Hampson of Sharon, Lois & Bram and American folk singer Joe Hampson.
Michael Passell is a professional American bridge player from Dallas, Texas.
Harry J. Fishbein was an American bridge player and club owner. He used to be a professional basketball player. In teams-of-four competition, Fishbein was a runner-up for the world championship in the 1959 Bermuda Bowl, playing on the United States team in a three-way round-robin among Europe, North America, and South America representatives. Fishbein was "the presiding genius" of the famous Mayfair club [or Mayfair Bridge Club] for more than 20 years" – proprietor of the training ground of experts from 1943 to 1966. As of 1960 he was also ACBL Treasurer.
Charles Julius Solomon was an American bridge player, administrator, writer, and sponsor. He was Inducted into the ACBL Hall of Fame in 2000.
Eric Alan Greco is an American bridge player. He is from Annandale, Virginia.
Mike Becker was born in 1943 and is an American bridge player and official. Becker is from Boca Raton, Florida. He is a son of B. Jay Becker.
Bart Bramley is an American bridge player. Bramley is from Chicago, Illinois. Bramley has lived in Dallas, Texas since 2003. Bramley's wife Judy Bramley was also a Bridge player.
Lewis Lawrence Mathe was an American world champion bridge player and administrator from Canoga Park, California.
Paul Herbert Hodge was an American bridge player.
George Robert Nail was an American bridge player and a club owner and teacher in Houston, Texas.
Thomas Koonce Sanders, Sr. was an American bridge player from Nashville, Tennessee. He was married to Carol Sanders, a women's teams world champion player.
Lew Stansby is an American bridge player from Dublin, California. Lew, a former commodities trader lives with wife and fellow national champion JoAnna Stansby. Since his first national win in the Reisinger in 1965, he has won over 35 national championships and seven world championships, accumulating a win in every decade since 1965.