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Lady Doris Mary Rhodes (1898–1982) was Britain's leading female bridge player until the arrival of Rixi Markus. Rhodes was from London. Born Doris Mary Adams, she married Sir John Phillips Rhodes, 2nd Bt. She was described in the June 1947 issue of the Contract Bridge Journal as "a deceptively dangerous opponent; a misleadingly modest partner".

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  • Lady Doris Mary Rhodes (1898–1982) was Britain's leading female bridge player until the arrival of Rixi Markus. Rhodes was from London. Born Doris Mary Adams, she married Sir John Phillips Rhodes, 2nd Bt. She was described in the June 1947 issue of the Contract Bridge Journal as "a deceptively dangerous opponent; a misleadingly modest partner".
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  • Lady Doris Mary Rhodes (1898–1982) was Britain's leading female bridge player until the arrival of Rixi Markus. Rhodes was from London. Born Doris Mary Adams, she married Sir John Phillips Rhodes, 2nd Bt. She was described in the June 1947 issue of the Contract Bridge Journal as "a deceptively dangerous opponent; a misleadingly modest partner".
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