Christopher Robin Woolsey was born in 1943 in Washington, graduated from Cleveland in 1964 and graduated at the University of Illinois the following year, then became a market expert at the Pacific Stock Exchange.
After working for 8 years as a programmer and 13 as a stock market operator in Washington in 1999, she left her professional career and worked completely at Bridge with her wife Sally Kawin and her two sons.
Sally is a Denverian and also a valued player who lives in Kensington California today with his family and has won a NABC tris and silver in the McConnell Cup in 1994.
Kit, who learned the game's rudiments from his family when he was only eight years old, won silver in the 1989 Bermuda Bowl, came first and second in the Rosenblum Cup (1986 and 1982) and represented his country has been successful in many other international competitions for over a quarter of a century.
Also well-known as a theorist and theoretician of the statement, he has also written some books dedicated to Backgammon.
Kit who usually plays with Frank Stewart using a particular version of Precision, played with Ed Manfield and still plays with Steve Robinson using a natural version that he edited with Ed, and is known as "Washington Standard."
In 2003 he won the Senior Bowl
at the World Championships in Monte Carlo, in 2011 the Cavendish Pairs.
Kit, which among other things won 19 NABC's, including Vanderbilt 1981, 3 GNT, 4 Mitchell, 2 Jacoby and 2 Wernher, is perhaps even more famous as the author thanks to the overwhelming success of his books on the technique of Defense in the bridge.
He was director of Bridge World until 1983 and has made known the foundations of the famous Puppet Stayman convention in two famous articles written in collaboration with Steve Robinson and appeared in the 1977/78 two-year prestigious magazine.
In 2005 he received the honor of being part of the prestigious American Hall of Fame.
Finally, Kit was also a world champion of Backgammon, a game where he has written several successful books.