D17 SCORECARD - NOW ONLINE
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NEW Issue - December, 2018
D17 Scorecard is now a digital only publication. It's now offered online! We urge everyone to take a look - It's easier to read - on computer, tablet, or cell phone.
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This page specifically contains links to other sites or pages of interest to members. Click on the header to take you to the site or page.
The World Bridge Federation calls itself the "global organization of the most popular mind sport world-wide."
Go There for international tournaments and ranking.
The mission of the ACBL is to promote, grow and sustain the game of bridge and serve the bridge-related interests of our Members.
The site has bridge problems, lessons, and articles.
Some of the articles were written by local players including Bobby Wolff, Joe Grue, and Joshua Donn.
Partnering with our units to provide our members an excellent bridge experience through regional tournaments, special games and grass roots events.
A Brief History of the ABA
Growth was eminent for the newly formed ABA. In 1936, the ABA merged with the Eastern Bridge League, a group of New York City bridge clubs. Since this time the ABA has evolved into eight sections: Eastern, Great Lakes, Midwestern, Mid-Atlantic, Northwestern, Southern, Southwestern, and Western.
Although highlighting the achievements of its own, the ABA also identifies with the larger social arena in which it functions. In 1963, the ABA established the F. Alberta Peterson Scholarship Award. This program has now been incorporated into a broader arm of the American Bridge Association Education and Charitable Foundation, established in 2002. The Foundation mission is to engage in educational and charitable activities, provide scholarships, and facilitate learning opportunities for young and adult citizens.
During his tenure as the former president of both the ACBL AND WBF, he won eleven World Championships ♥
Bobby's Aces on Bridge Column which can be found in over one hundred newspapers universally appearing daily on the Internet .. with a two week delay.
Following its appearance, Bobby responds to the questions and comments daily and enjoys the bridge interactions from all over the world!
Mike Lawrence's Bridge Clues site has two bridge columns every day along with interactive bidding and play problems for players of all levels.