Judy Kay-Wolff


In the USA1 Seniors, Schwartz who was down by 52 to Lynch, had an amazing comeback and is now ahead by 6   In the USA2 Seniors bracket O’Rourke is leading Kasle by a small margin (amounts were not posted this morning).  In the Women’s — Sprung was ahead of Westheimer by 5.  The Winners of USA1 and USA2 will be determined after these next thirty boards, starting play at 11 a.m. (two 15 board matches).  The two defeated ones will go back into the losers bracket and play off for USA 2 Seniors and Women’s.

Later ……


John Howard GibsonJune 10th, 2011 at 5:39 am

I’m keeping my fingers crossed your man ( and his team ) do it. Yous HBJ

JaneJune 10th, 2011 at 6:21 am

I second the above. Good luck and great play to Bobby and his team.

Judy Kay-WolffJune 10th, 2011 at 5:30 pm

Crossing fingers worked great They breezed through the last part of the event and won easily. Well, I finally will get to see a real windmill and wooden shoes in October in

Holland … one part of the world I have never visited. Very exciting week but am happy to be headed home a day early.

By the way, it may be of interest that Bobby was the “oldest” person in the event — turning 79 in October!

It also seems to be the opinion of most that the average age is the oldest team to have won this event.

Derek WardJune 11th, 2011 at 3:42 am

Congrats to the Schwartz team. Very nice comeback.

One interesting event occurred while I was watching (according to the Vugraph operator). Apparently Hayden and Morse were discussing bids behind the screens when Mike Passell said something like “hey guys this is unfair – I can hear you but Bobby can’t”. He then offered to write down what he had heard for Bobby. Class act.

PegJune 11th, 2011 at 1:37 pm

Congratulations to Bobby and the rest of his team, Judy!

I would send you photos of the two of you that I took – but – my hard drive crashed this a.m. – and my photos have no vanished. Oh well; the memory of winning is what counts!

KittyJune 12th, 2011 at 2:22 pm

CONGRATS to Bobby and his team! well done.

Robb GordonJune 13th, 2011 at 11:55 am

Congratulations to Bobby and his team!