Posts by Ana Roth y Fernando Lema

Interview to Mr. Nafiz Zorlu by Ana Roth & Fernando Lema

By Ana Roth y Fernando Lema • 6 January, 2017

Nafiz Zorlu

I was born in İZMİR, West Coast of Turkey, very beautiful city. Now I am living in Istanbul just because of some business matters. Hope to go İZMİR soon again.

“Pico” Syrup By Fernando Lema & Ana Roth

By Ana Roth y Fernando Lema • 20 March, 2016

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Editor’s Note: “Pico” is the nickname with which old Argentine Bridge Masters call Agustin.

A Post-Mortem with Roberto Martinez (ROU)

By Ana Roth y Fernando Lema • 9 February, 2014

Agustin Madala en Bali 2013

Once Again…Agustín and his Magical Wand…As is usual after every major event, some hands keep circling.

Argentine Trials for Angra 2013

By Ana Roth y Fernando Lema • 7 October, 2012

Maestras Sudamericanas: Silvia Boldt, Maria Elena Iacapraro, Gloria Iribarren y Charo Garateguy

In the Ladies Category the victory was for the South American Masters: Silvia Boldt, Maria Elena Iacapraro, Gloria Iribarren y Charo Garateguy.

II WMSG, Lille 2012: The fruit is ready, it’s time to harvest

By Ana Roth y Fernando Lema • 16 August, 2012

Brasil Damas: Paula David, Leda Pain, Agota Mandelot, Sylvia Mello, Isabella Vargas y Heloisa Nogueira

Brazil defeated Austria and is in QF…Brazilian history is closely linked to that of Austria: Maria Leopoldina of Austria (22 January 1797 – 11 December 1826) was an archduchess of Austria and Empress Consort of Brazil.

II WMSG, Lille 2012: Line and Bingo with the same cardboard!!

By Ana Roth y Fernando Lema • 13 August, 2012

Zaleski-Versace

A puzzle is a problem or enigma that tests the ingenuity of the solver. In a basic puzzle, one is intended to…Read Alfredo Versace comments…

II WMSG, Lille 2012: A word to the wise is sufficient

By Ana Roth y Fernando Lema • 12 August, 2012

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In the open room…only one bid was enough for Versace to arrive to the slam…Photo: Alfredo Versace, Perlita Sultan & Romain Zaleski

II WMSG, Lille 2012: Quien me Quita lo Bailado…

By Ana Roth y Fernando Lema • 10 August, 2012

Venezuela Open: Paolo Pasquini, Danny Cruz, Jonathan Hantos, Jose Maria Valdes, Lutz Donnert y Franco Gusso.

Round 2: Monaco – Venezuela : In Spanish “Quien me Quita lo bailado” means something like: “I enjoyed it, and anybody can change that”…and we think that must have been…

II WMSG, Lille 2012: Rules were made to be broken?

By Ana Roth y Fernando Lema • 10 August, 2012

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The 6/15/1964 Oswald Jacoby called his Bridge column: Rules were made to be broken. The article begun with these words: One of the most difficult problems a bridge player faces is that of knowing when to break a rule. Photo: Fornasari (ARG), Madala (ITA), Palazzo (ARG) and Bocchi (ITA).