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"Give-it-a-go" Bridge is fun to play and the better you play the more fun it is. Despite popular opinion to the contrary, bridge is not a difficult game to learn. Whether you've played cards before or not, you really ought to 'give-it-a-go' - you won't regret it.
 
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Welcome to The Nightingale Bridge School
Learn & Play
Learn & Play
The Datchet Learn & Play Club starts up again on Mon Sep 25th.
The session runs from 10:00am to 12:30pm with a 10min break for refreshments.
Each session will be practice play covering a different topic the first one being 'Responses to an opening bid'.
Everybody welcome. The same session is repeated the following Tues at The Holy Redeemer in Wexham from 7:30 to 9:30pm.
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Special Message
Special Message

My name is Larry Doyle. 

I am an enthusiastic EBU Qualified Bridge Teacher and player.

My philosophy is to play and enjoy this great game and to help as many people as possible to do the same. 

Standard English ACOL
Responding to an Opening Bid.
You are East & West opens 1D how would you respond with this hand?
Although you have support for partner's 'minor' you must show your 4-card 'major' first, so, bid 1S. 
Our first priority is always to find a 'major' fit. 
Partner can now bid 3S, inviting you to bid game.
Click for the latest results
Click for the Members Only section
Special Message
Special Message

My name is Larry Doyle. 

I am an enthusiastic EBU Qualified Bridge Teacher and player.

My philosophy is to play and enjoy this great game and to help as many people as possible to do the same. 

Standard English ACOL
Responding to an Opening Bid.
You are East & West opens 1D how would you respond with this hand?
Although you have support for partner's 'minor' you must show your 4-card 'major' first, so, bid 1S. 
Our first priority is always to find a 'major' fit. 
Partner can now bid 3S, inviting you to bid game.