Please call the club on 02088922170 if there is no reply please either text or contact me on 07887781997. If it can wait please email the club at firstname.lastname@example.org . If you have a question re teaching please EMail email@example.com
The third of our joint events with Wimbledon is on Sunday July 26 and is a Licensed Blue Pointed Swiss Pairs. The event will take place at Wimbledon Bridge Club start time 1.30pm. 1st Prize of £150.00 with smaller prizes for second & third. Please book by clicking here.
We are delighted to give Tim Chanter a further opportunity to increase his growing reputation as an excellent teacher. Tim is one of our newest teachers and we have received outstanding reports of his teaching style. Tim is patient, clear and concise. Please come along to on July 10.30am to Tim's first seminar called "What's Declarer Up To". Cost will be £12.00 and will include a cup of coffee and pastry.
As a defender, you have several sources of information to help you work out what is going on: you have heard the bidding, you have seen the opening lead, and have watched partner's carding carefully. In addition, declarer has made some decisions about the play and these can be very useful in understanding the hand. If you can read declarer's intentions you have a better chance of finding the best countermeasure. Come along to the seminar to hear a discussion on this topic, then play and review some hands composed to make you think as a defender about 'What's Declarer Up To?'
We intend starting new daytime & evening Beginners course in September. If you are interested please register your interest by clicking here. We will be in touch in late August.
Richmond Bridge Club is housed in the old Bowling Club Pavilion in Cambridge Park, nestling between Richmond and Twickenham in South-West London. The Clubhouse and the Club are now dedicated solely to Bridge.
We offer a full range of duplicate bridge playing facilities from Monday through Friday plus Sunday including lessons for all standards. Afternoon sessions start promptly at 1.30pm (parking vouchers are obtainable from the Director); in the evenings, play commences at 7.30pm. Special Events are often held at week-ends at different times. The Club is affiliated to the Surrey County Bridge Association and the English Bridge Union.
Computer dealt hands (with printed hand copies available after play) and the "Bridgemate" wireless scoring system (giving you instant results as you play) are used for all sessions.
The Clubhouse, extensively refurbished in 2002, is now probably one of the finest in Surrey and we can accommodate 38 tables. The lovely picture above was painted by John Rogers who has been a club member for many years.
We are delighted to have been crowned for the fifth year in a row (2010- 2014) the number 1 club in the recently published EBU list of best attended clubs in the UK. We are grateful to our members and our visitors whose attendance and support has made this accolade possible.
On Thursday 9 July 7.30pm we will be playing Pivot Teams. For those of you who have never played Pivot teams the format is identical to teams but every few boards you switch to play with each of your teammates. As often some of these partnerships are new its always played in great spirit and fun.
If you would like to enter please click here.
Our next Simple Supper is on Saturday 18 July at 6.00pm. Laura will be back from Italy and we will be feasting on Sardinian Stuffed Eggplant, two gorgeous Salads and Creme Caramel. Please click on the title to book. Members £15.00 and Visitors £17.00, if you book you are expected to pay even if you do not come. Visitors please contact Marietta on 07887781997 for pre-payment when booking.
Those of you who were here yesterday 28th April will have witnessed the club being visited by Sky Sport News and entering into the debate of whether Bridge should be classified as a sport. My thanks to all of the members who were involved. I think the club has come over in the most positive light. If you missed the recording please CLICK here and have a look, it really is splendid.
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