Scores are deemed to be provisional until three days have elapsed. Up to this time errors in scoring should be reported to the event scorer.
We are delighted to confirm we will be holding an Andrew Robson Seminar on the
29th November 2018
Start time 2.00 p.m. to finish about 5.30 p.m.
Places are limited, if you would like to attend please contact Ann Eardley-Wilmott at
Notice is hereby given to Members that the Hambleden Bridge Club 2018 AGM will the held on the 10th August at 12:45 p.m.
We look forward to seeing you all at the meeting.
If you are unable to attend and would like something raised or your aplogies noted in the minutes please contact Ann Eardley-Wilmot at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for the Agenda
The Hambleden Bridge Club is a novice-friendly club. We normally play in the Hambleden village hall in the centre of the village. Please park in the free car park just past the Stag and Huntsman or on one of the side streets leaving the centre of the village open for emergency vehicles and customers of the village shop. There is a separate toilet for the disabled but access to the hall remains difficult for those in wheelchairs. Occasionally we release our booking of the village hall for special village events or filming and play at an alternative venue in Lane End if available.
Our normal format is match-pointed pairs with a tea-break playing 24 boards. Please be seated by 1.20pm. Allowed conventions are based on EBU level 2 as used for the Berks and Bucks Friendly pairs events but extended to allow any defence to a 1NT opening. The club's rules regarding behaviour, convention cards and the limitations on systems are available through the left hand menu under 'Club Rules'.
We are affiliated to the EBU thru the Berks & Bucks CBA. The club is also a member of Chiltern Bridge League which allows members to compete in local district league events. Most of our TDs are EBU trained and they act as hosts to ensure all other members can play. Our boards are computer dealt using the club's own dealing machine. Hand records are available at the end of the session.
This year's Savill cup winner is Eardley (aka Mike) Berkeley from runner up Richard Macclesfield and David Young in third.