A squad of Pennsylvanians so thoroughly controlled the 0–10,000 Swiss Teams they had the event clinched after the penultimate round. Barry Gorski and Albert Bingaman Jr. from Reading, Bill Parks, Macungie and Deepak Khanna, Blandon amassed 136 VPs, to outdistanced the runners-up by almost 25 points.

The Gorski team led the field going into the second day, and recorded but three losses over two days of play: by 1 VP, by 7VPs and by 8 VPs. Gorski said they played with controlled aggression and “we never gave up a big number.”

Finishing second were Guss Ginsburg, New Orleans; Mike Doyle, Houston TX; Daniel Jackson, Spring RX and Bill McCarty, San Antonio TX.