Slow play is a violation of ACBL law. All players should be familiar with the CRBC policies and procedures regarding slow play, which you may read here.
All afternoon game sessions begin at 1:00pm through the winter.
Castle Rock Bridge 9th ANNIVERSARY
and H A L L O W E E N potluck party
in conjunction with the
ACBL Instant Matchpoint Game
Wednesday, Oct. 31
Reservations required, please.
Lowell Ranch Ag Barn
2330 S. I-25, Castle Rock, CO 80104
Castle Rock, Colorado, is home to a thriving community of bridge players. Yet, as recently as 2009, there were no sanctioned duplicate bridge games in town. Local bridge players had to drive several miles south to Colorado Springs or several miles north to Denver to get their fill – and their masterpoints.
On October 26, 2009, the long drought came to an end. On that Monday afternoon, a full 12 tables of bridge players showed up for the inaugural game, and the Castle Rock Bridge Club has not looked back since. With the establishment and success of the Monday flagship game, CRBC later added a second open game (Wednesday afternoon) as well as a Monday evening game designed for newer players.
Today, Castle Rock Bridge offers the standard amenities of tournament bridge: pre-duplicated boards, hand records for all matchpoint pair games, and wireless electronic scoring.
Open Pairs Games
Monday afternoon 1:00 pm
Wednesday afternoon 2:15 pm
299er Pairs Game
Every Monday Evening at 6:30 pm
All sessions are ACBL Sanctioned
Curt Soloff, Director
Inverted Minors, Part IV
has been published.
Read Curt's latest column here:
And enjoy the rest of the October D17 Scorecard!
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