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A transplanted Californian, Eddie Kantar, is among those best-known bridge authors in the world. He is now a regular contributor to The Bridge World, the Bulletin, Bridge Today, and several bridge books, and has over 30 novels in print, a few translated into 8 languages.
Eddie, a two-time World Champion, is highly regarded as a participant and known among bridge's great ambassadors.
Eddie learned to play bridge at age 11. By now he was 17 he had been teaching the game. Eddie was so enthusiastic about bridge he often took his bridge publications to college, hiding them so the teachers couldn't see him studying during course about bridge. In which Eddie studied languages, he also instructed bridge to cover his tuition.
Eddie gained prestige as a player by winning two World Championship titles and 11 North American Championships. His North American names include wins in the Reisinger Board-a-Match Teams, the Spingold Knockout Teams, both the Vanderbilt Knockout Teams, and also the Grand National Teams. Eddie is a Grand Master at World Bridge Federation ranks and an ACBL Grand Life Master. Today Eddie is best known as a writer, and lots of his books are considered classics. If playing bridge or writing concerning the subject, he can be seen playing paddle tennis (an offshoot of golf) or bridge in the paddle tennis courts at Venice Beach (come and join the fun in game). By the way, Eddie is the only person ever to have played both a World Bridge Championship and a World Table Tennis Championship (he'd better in the bridge).
Eddie was inducted into the Bridge Hall of Fame in 1996, the same year that he was inducted into the Minnesota State Table Tennis Hall of Fame.

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