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Latest County Result

Congratulations to

Alan Anderson & Sam Norman

who won the County 

IMP Pairs

 

English Bridge Education and Development.

For information on educational programmes and support for teachers; TD training for Clubs and Counties follow the link.

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Saturday January 30th, 2016:
Careful Play by Paul Bowyer

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V-Blue - The beginners e-newsletter: 20 hands to play every two weeks - ACOL and Standard American versions available

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Saturday, January 30th, 2016:
Diamonds, again! By David Bird


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  Entry Form - Simple Systems

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FORM
  Previous Winners - Simple Systems

2016 Alan Anderson & Sam Norman (Grange)

2015 Dorothy Pritchard and Colin Woods

2014 Alison Armstrong and Merle Smith

2013 Bill & Sheila Rodger

2012 Jean Ridley, Sylvia Rogerson

2011 Marion Greenhow, Carol Nichol

  Rules - Simple Systems

Simple Systems (with Stratification)

General. A match pointed pairs event for players of ALL standards with the intention of encouraging club players who do not regularly play in County events.

Eligibility.  This is an open competition for players who are members of the EBU or another country's sponsoring organisation.

Systems and Conventions.  Only the systems and conventions contained in the “SIMPLE SYSTEMS” convention card, which can be viewed on the Simple Systems page, may be used.

Scoring. Match-pointed pairs scoring.

Stratification. There will be three strata and the suggested divisions will be as follows:

A             All Players

B             Players below the rank of Regional Master

C             Players below the rank of Advanced Master

the Tournament Organiser will have the option at their discretion to alter the stratification levels if the event will not give three approximately equal strata based on the Master Point ranks of the players entering the competition.