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Need a partner

for an upcoming game?

Email  or call June Green at:

  junegreen@rogers.com  506-859-1398

If a Member. Go to Membership tab on left and click on find a partner

 

 

For all other inquiries, email us at monctonbridge@rogers.com

 
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Bridge Courses

Courses available  dependent on an adequate number of participants

Bridge Site Tools to Improve

Use the Bridge Tools on this site check your results and compare  see which pair has your number.

If you are interested in improving your game, even just a little bit spend a few minutes after a game, go on the website and look at your results.  Look at the hands that appear normal where you scored poorly to figure out what went wrong.  Do you know that most bad scores are from slipping just one trick, either on play or on defense?   If you can’t find your error, save the hand and ask someone to help you

 
Zero Tolerance Policy
Zero Tolerance Policy - ACBL

Zero Tolerance Policy

Be cool! Bridge is fun.

 

In accord with the ACBL, the following abreviated policy outlines what is expected of all players during NABCs and other ACBL sponsored events, as well as in the playing area before and after each session.

 

The ultimate purposeof this policy is to create a much more pleasant atmosphere. The goal is to eradicate unacceptable behavior in order to make the game of bridge more enjoyable for all. Below are some examples of commendable behavior, which, while not required, will significantly contribute to the improved atmosphere: 

  • Being a good 'host' or 'guest' at the table.
  • Greeting others in a friendly manner.
  • Praising the bidding and/or play of the opponents
  • Having completed convention cards readily available to the opponents

 

The following are some examples of behavior which will not be tolerated:

  • Badgering, rudeness, insinuations, intimidation, profanity, threats, or violence.
  • Negative comments concerning opponents' or partner's play or bidding.
  • Constant and gratuitous lessons and analyses at the table.
  • Loud and disruptive arguing with a director's ruling.

 

If a player at the table behaves in an unacceptable manner, the director should be called immediately.

 

For more specifics, please refer to the ACBL.org website.

 

Let's all act responsibly to ensure we all play nice!!!