ACBL Hand of the Week--click here.
Click here for Intermediate/Advanced lesson notes, compliments of Unit 207.
Tiered Mentoring Program
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Click HERE to listen to a radio interview (KUTX) with Simone Scumpia and Beth Tobias talking about the game of bridge.
BCA Guides welcome new players to our club, providing information about games and how to find partners. Please email Cathy at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free pre-game meal every Wednesday evening 7:00 pm and every Friday morning 11:30 am.
The procedure is for the player to e-mail the game Director with 1) the board number, 2) the table number, and 3) the pair numbers for both NS and EW. The email must include CC:s to the opponents, the Club Manager Mark McAllister (email@example.com), and the BCA (firstname.lastname@example.org). If the correction is not obvious, at least one of the opponents must confirm via email.
Welcome to the Bridge Center of Austin where the best game in the world is alive and well. We offer a variety of friendly open, beginning/intermediate games and a full array of classes. All of our games feature pre-duplicated boards / hand records and tabletop scoring devices. Our address is 6700 Middle Fiskville Road. Zip code 78752. Please click on the information sidebars for more details or call 512.300.2743.
Halloween Game--Saturday, October 27.
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Saturday, November 10-Sunday, November 11
Unit 207 Appreciation Swiss Teams
Saturday, November 17, 1:30
Need a Partner?
If you need a partner for a BCA club game, call Robin Tucker at 512.917.1133 or email her at email@example.com. Standby partners are also available at the following games. If you come without a partner, you must arriive at least 15 minutes before the start of the game, or before the lesson if there is a pre-game lesson.
Monday 0-100 game (10:30) 1 LM/Max (11:30)
Monday Eve Open game (7:00 pm)
Tuesday 0-500 game (10:30 am)
Wednesday 0-350 game (10:30 am)
Friday 0-20 game (1:00 pm)
Saturday 0-50 game (1:00 pm)
The BCA is a Zero Tolerance club. Ours is a club where everyone can fully expect to have a civil experience playing a great game. Inappropriate behavior by any player should be brought to the attention of the director immediately for possible sanctions. Click here to see full details of the BCA's Zero Tolerance policy.
The Common Game
Almost all pair game hands played at BCA are "Common Game" hands. Advantages are: Comparisons of results with players at many other clubs across the country, post-game analysis of many hands, "par" results specified, and personal "analytics" for individual players. Click Here to see recent BCA results.
The BCA has a weekly E-newsletter to inform patrons of upcoming special games and events. To subscribe, please email Mark McAllisterfirstname.lastname@example.org.