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Declarer Play - 5th to 7th October
Counting & Competitive Bidding Strategies
23rd to 25th November
3rd International Festival of Bridge
Friday 31st August to Sunday 2nd September
Generous cash prizes - €600 to the winners.
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Please see information under the 'Directing & Scoring' tab for a summary of the 2017 changes to the Laws of Bridge.
New additions are made to the Archive section when there are new trophy and competition winners and when information on past members comes to light. If you have any old documents or information that could help to expand this section and complete our history please contact Gerald Soper who would be very pleased to hear fom you, thank you.
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The Laws are updated every 10 years by the WBF, after extensive global consultation. There is a continued trend towards fewer cancelled boards and more bridge results. There is a significantly expanded Table of Contents and Index and Artificial Adjusted scores are now rare. The most significant change is the definition of a Comparable Call and this affect the laws on insufficient bids and calls/passes/doubles/redoubles out of turn.
To find out more information, click below:
Also on the website (under the Directing & Scoring heading) are the
materials used at the County TD training in September 2016, some advice on
using EBUscore for more complicated events and how to use EBUScore for scoring
boards when a pairs has started playing at the wrong table (as a result of Law 15B2).