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Tip of the week

Following Suit In Tempo

If you have a singleton in a suit that has been led, or you are down to your last card in that suit, then it is quite unethical to deliberately pause before playing to the trick. You should play the card 'in tempo' i.e. without undue haste or with a deliberate pause. To deliberately pause may falsely create the impression that you have a choice and therefore something to think about!

Jeff's Back o'cards Corner

Jeff Bond has put together a collection of interesting 'double dummy' play problems. Click on the link below to see his second offering.

Can you solve this hand?

Membership Application Form

If you would like to join the New Melville Bridge Club you can download an application form by clicking on this article.


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Melville Team Retain Clarendon Bowl

CONGRATULATIONS to New Melville Bridge Club members Alan Goodman, Brian Short, Alex Adamson and Sheila Adamson who  retained the Clarendon Bowl (an invitation teams of four for Scottish bridge clubs) on Sunday 31 August in Dundee.

Our Main Playing Room

The New Melville Bridge Club was delighted to move into a new clubhouse last year. The building has now been completely refurbished giving the club some superb playing facilities including two dedicated match rooms, a teaching room and a large open playing area that accommodates twenty eight tables.

The club is located close to Edinburgh Zoo and has many buses stopping outside. Parking is also very easy and convenient.

Enjoy your bridge!
Alan Goodman - Chairman

 

Club Information

There are bridge sessions five days of the week Monday through to Friday. Most are in the evening starting at 7.00 but there are afternoon sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays

 The sessions include beginners' events, gentle social games and regular club competitions. For a number of our sessions you can turn up without a partner and be guaranteed a game. 

Full details can be found in the information section of the menu.

Boards are duplimated and hand records are available immediately after play as well as on our website.

Computer scoring is used in conjunction with wireless Bridgemate tabletop boxes.

There is a break for refreshments when tea and coffee is served.

The New Melville Bridge Club

Is a Company Limited by Guarantee and a Registered Charity.
Our Company Registration Number is: SC 437291
Our R
egistered Office is at 1 Pinkhill, Edinburgh EH12 7BA.

Telephone: 0131 334 4467

Our Charity Registration number is: SCO 043594, 

The Club is affiliated to the Scottish Bridge Union and the SBU East District.

Bridge Tuition

Bridge tuition is organised by the teaching arm of our club, The Melville Bridge Academy. Click here to view our poster or click on the link in the main menu for full details of our courses. You don't need to be a club member to sign up for our courses.

Bridge Tuition
Last updated : 24th Aug 2014 21:12 BST
Classes Start 22 September

Click on this article to downoad an application form which has details of the days, times and prices.

Last updated : 27th Jul 2014 11:33 BST
Results
2nd Sep 2014
Tuesday Pairs
1st Sep 2014
Monday Afternoon
1st Sep 2014
Monday Pairs
1st Sep 2014
Matchpoint Monday
29th Aug 2014
Matchpoint Friday
28th Aug 2014
No Fears
28th Aug 2014
Novice No Fears
27th Aug 2014
Wednesday Afternoon
Calendar
Tue 2nd Sep 2014
Aggregate Pairs
19:00
Wed 3rd Sep 2014
Match Point Pairs
13:00
Wed 3rd Sep 2014
Accumulator
19:00
Thu 4th Sep 2014
No Fears Pairs
19:00
Fri 5th Sep 2014
Match Point Pairs
19:00
Mon 8th Sep 2014
Gentle Pairs
13:00
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