In grad school John Hopkinson and I used to play a symmetric relay system. The good feature of our system was that in most cases the player with stronger hand is the declarer and moreover their hand is completely undescribed.

One can find very useful Bridge materials on Richard Pavlicek's web-page.

In the summer of 2004 MIT's team won the College Team Championship: Ljudmila Kamenova, Kevin Chu, Jason Chiu and John Hopkinson:

In the summer of 2007 District 24's team was second in the GNT Flight A: David Gurvich and Ljudmila Kamenova (seated), Sorin Pleacof, Val Carciu and Mike Lipkin (standing).

In the summer of 2011 District 24's team was second in the GNT Flight A: (front) Ljudmila Kamenova, Igor Savchenko, Sorin Pleacof; (back) Doug Herron, Valentin Carciu, Bill Begert.

In the summer of 2015 we were second in the women Wagar KO teams: Ljudmila Kamenova, Cheri Bjerkan, Pam Wittes, Rozanne Pollack.

The winners of the 2015-16 LI double KO: Ljudmila Kamenova, Dori Cohen, Rob Gordon (missing from the photo: Mike Massimilla)

Long Island player of the year 2016.

Jim Sternberg is pictured with the winners of the Marsha May Sternberg Women's BAM: Ljudmila Kamenova, Rozanne Pollack, Cheri Bjerkan and Pam Wittes, in San Diego, CA, 2017. (photo credit: ACBL)

The winners of the 2017 Marsha May Sternberg Women's BAM with their trophies. (photo by ACBL)

In Fall 2018 we successfully defended our title. The winners of the 2018 Marsha May Sternberg Women's BAM: Cheri Bjerkan, Ljudmila Kamenova, Rozanne Pollack and Pam Wittes. (photo credit: ACBL)

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