Bobby Wolff (Las Vegas) is one of the all-time great American bridge players. He played on the original Dallas Aces (the first professional bridge team in history) which he helped organize with Ira Corn. Wolff won his first world championship in 1970 and has accumulated 11 world titles, 10 silver and bronze medals in world play, and over 30 national titles. He served as President of both the American Contract Bridge League and the World Bridge Federation and is the only person to win world championships in five different categories. In 1994 Wolff was unanimously elected to the WBF Committee of Honour, and he is a member of the ACBL Bridge Hall of Fame.
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