Robert F. Jordan (1927 - January 10, 2004) was an American bridge player. During the 1960s he played on three North America or USA open teams that were runners-up to Italy (the Blue Team) in world championships. Arthur Robinson was his regular partner was on all three occasions.
Jordan was born in New York City and served briefly in the U.S. Army during World War II. Afterward he was in business "dealing cemetery lots". He lived "all his bridge-playing life in Philadelphia" but later relocated to Cincinnati, Ohio (sometime before 1994) and to Florida.
Jordan died of lung cancer at home in West Palm Beach, Florida. He was survived by his third wife Lorraine, one brother, and three children.