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In the Well: Adam Kaplan

Adam Kaplan

Many Bridge Winners members are already well-acquainted with our next Well inhabitant, who frequently provides thoughtful and insightful answers to our bridge polls. Today, Adam Kaplan enters the Well to answer any other questions you may have.

At the age of 10 years and 43 days Adam became the youngest life master in March of 2006 (his record was subsequently broken by Richard Jeng and most recently by Zach Garrison). Now, 6 years later, Adam has developed into an expert player that regularly represents the U.S. in international youth and junior bridge competitions.

Naturally, all this bridge playing is demanding on one's time. To accommodate his hectic tournament schedule, Adam is home-schooled.

This 16-year-old is still addicted to the game and has his sights set on trying to become the youngest-ever Grand Life Master.

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