Derek is running supervised play sessions in the club in parallel with the usual duplicate. If you are interested, come and try it out. The charge per session is £5 plus table money.
Books are available on loan to club members. Visit Library.
Here is first hand advice from EBU...
Let's Play Bridge
with Marx Brothers
♥ ♥ ♥
Visit a Bridge Village
"We all make mistakes when playing!"
Spring in St James's Park
Chislehurst Bridge Club is run by Derek Patterson.
Whether you are newcomer to the game or a more advanced player, you will enjoy the game in a friendly atmosphere.
If you need a partner, look on the Calendar or Message Board to see any outstanding requests. Alternatively place a partner request via website: login to Member Area, choose "Find a Partner", then tick the "Partner Required" button. The booking will appear on the Calendar page and Message Board. You are advised not to tick the boxes to show your email and/or phone number on the website booking. Instead leave a message in the 'Partner/Note/System' box to log into Membership Area for contact details.
OR - leave a message on the message board in the member area. The message will show on 'Message Board' on the menu.
If you don't know how to login to the member area, ask Derek or Mirna.
We have all got used to 'announcing' the range of partners opening bid of 1NT. You might be less sure about 2NT: Opening bid of 2NT is announced "20 to 22" or appropriate range. Stayman (4 card) and transfers are announced the same way as after 1NT. 5-card stayman is alerted. All this is summarised in the EBU Announcing and Alerting table.
See player performance graphs on the Personal Analysis page. Click on the Results on the Main menu then on Personal Analysis.
You can see detailed results analysis on any Bridgewebs website that displays hand records. You can find out how well you did against double dummy or see cross-imps in teams events. On the Main menu click on Results - Results Bridgewebs and the on the session you played in. Now click on this symbol above the ranking list.
For help click here. On this website in particular, you can also access results analysis via the 'Analysis' button above the ranking list.
Graham Pollack and Andrew Whitome
and their team on winning the
Noel Hill Cup, Green Pointed Swiss Teams,
held on the 17th March 2019 as part of Norfolk Congress. In a strong 33 table competition they beat the three Hacketts to the second place.
Congratulations on the EBU rank promotion to:
to Dave and Patrick for coming equal 6th out of 66 pairs in a very strong field in Green Pointed Swiss Pairs on Sunday 3rd March 2019
To Marian who is top of the Master Points leaderboard in Chislehurst BC in 2018. The full list and ranking of the top 20 Chislehurst players can be found by clicking here
to Derek and the Black team (Andrew Black, Peter Bertheau, Gunnar Hallberg, Phil King, Andrew McIntosh) on coming 3rd in Cavendish 2019 Teams
(Watch Derek play 1 2 3)
Have you ever tried the hand replay facility on this website? Just above every traveller and below the hand diagram there is a 'Play it Again' button. This starts Bridge Solver Online (BSOL) which lets you do this. Full details on using BSOL to "play" a hand in double dummy mode is available in this user guide, which has been written by Rees Mitchell for the website users at Vanderbilt Bridge Club, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Marco's model yacht in Kensington Gardens Round Pond. It sails on Sundays. Designed by Marco - many passersby comment on its beauty. Last Sunday it caught the eye of the Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park Bird blogger - see his blog for Sunday the 21st October 2018 and scroll down until you get to the video. He was filming a national model yacht event across the pond when - in his words - he noticed something unusual on the other side of the pond. He looked through his binoculars and "noticed this fabulous boat". He said this was his star video of the day. Marco is member of The London Model Yacht Club.
We run Cross-IMP pairs on the last Thursday of every month. What is it all about and why do we do it? - See the article on Cross IMP Pairs under FAQ.
To see cross-imps in a teams event click on the 'Analysis' above the ranking list. You will see a pairs ranking list showing cross-imps for each pair. Alternatively click on 'Play it again' under a hand diagram then 'Results Analysis - All Pairs'.