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 Janek  ROMANSKI

 

 Jan Romanski nacque il 27 gennaio del 1950 a Varsavia e si laure˛  in Matematica presso la locale UniversitÓ.

 Fu proprio durante il periodo universitario che conobbe il Bridge e negli anni '70 scrisse il primo programma per il computo automatico dei risultati dei Tornei.

 Il suo programma, adottato dalla Federazione Polacca, divenne presto famoso in tutto il mondo e quando la EBL decise di organizzare i Campionati Europei del 2006 in Polonia, Jacek che ne cur˛ l'organizzazione, scrisse una particolare versione del programma che poi rinnov˛ in occasione dei Campionati del 2011.

 Nel febbraio del 2011, Jacek fu colpito da un attacco di cuore le cui conseguenze lo portarono alla tomba pochi mesi pi¨ tardi.

 Grande insegnante, molti dei suoi allievi calcano oggi le scene nazionali ed internazionali.

 

  Jan was born in 1950 in Warsaw. He graduated in Maths in Warsaw University and during his studies in the 70ĺs,  started playing bridge and he created his first program for calculating tournament results. Then the program was improved and finally we get KoPS.

 Every TD from Poland knows this famous software, very friendly for users. When the EBL decided to entrust the PBU with organizing the 48th European Teams Championship in 2006 we knew that a leading man concerning all technical aspects would be Jacek.

He started his work a several months before the EC and created this software we use nowadays.

It was a turning point in bridge life in Poland. We use the software for all our divisions from first till fifth.

Bridge players immediately forgot about paper protocols. When the 5th EOC was coming Jacek prepared special tools for this event.

2011 February 26 Jacek suffered a strong heart attack and fell into a coma. All of his friends hoped he would awake soon or later. However, ten days before the start of  2011 Championships, Jacek passed away.

Jacek was a perfect teacher as well and his schoolboys created a team you can meet at national and international Championships.

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