Valley Forge Bridge Club is having a not-to-be-missed tutorial for new players on Sunday February 25 at 10:30 am where you can learn what to expect at the NABC. Free lunch, door prizes, explanation of convention card and director interactions, IMP scoring and strategy, and a Q&A with experienced tournament players. Pre-registration form here. Email Joan and Bill Goldstein with questions.
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The Common Game is a service offered through local clubs which provides bridge players the opportunity to compare their results with players at other clubs, playing the same hands, across the country.
Participation in the Common Game does not affect a player's score or masterpoint award at the local club. The ACBL masterpoint awards continue to be scored and reported as always.
The Common Game offers its own awards so a player has a chance to earn both ACBL masterpoints and Common Game points. Common Game awards are based on matchpointed results from all participating clubs.
What does the Common Game offer players?
Players can compare their results with players across the country
Post mortem analysis of many of the interesting hands played
Individual play analysis (if your club uses Bridgemates or Bridge Pads)
Prizes awarded monthly, quarterly and annually for both performance and attendanceFor video tutorials and more information: www.TheCommonGame.com