Hitchin Bridge Club
 
2018 workshop Programme

The topics for the next few workshops are:-

December 15th - Strong Twos and responses.

January 12th - Revision - LTC, Leads in NT, Making a Plan, Signals and Discards.

13th April - Leads against a suit Contract

18th May - Bidding Slams

22nd June - Hand Evaluation in NT

Booking with Elaine is essential to secure a place - email elaine.duff@eduff.co.uk

We hope to add more workshops during 2018.

 
Need A Partner?
Need A Partner?

 

Monday - elaine.duff@eduff.co.uk

Wednesday and Thursday evenings - mee.hitchin@ntlworld.com

Wednesday afternoons - janstephens45@gmail.com

Friday teams - roger.perrott@btinternet.com

 
Why Do We?
Ask You To Count Your Cards

Ask you to count your cards when you remove your hand from the board before looking at them?

 - It is much easier for the Director to sort out the hands containing 12 and 14 cards or find the missing card on the last table if you do. It will avoid the possibility you will not be able to play the hand because you have seen a card you should not have had and will save you the embarrassment of getting to the last 3 tricks only to find a card short in dummy

Not permit a re-deal

Not permit a re-deal if a hand is passed out the first time it is played?

- well just because you decided not to open your grotty 11 count does not mean another player won’t take a different view. Once the hands are dealt that is it for the evening’s play.

Ask You to Shuffle

Ask you to shuffle your cards after playing a hand before you return them to the board?

- this avoids any possibility of knowing that the hand was passed out at the last table or how it was played. Shuffling your hand on the last set of boards on the evening also helps to randomize the hands for the next weeks play.