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17th March

On Monday Afternoon seven pairs played a full Howell movement in our short session. Top of the form were Bill & Lyn Stubbins with 64.58 and second were Howard Carless & Janette Palmer with 62.50.

 

Nine full tables played a single winner movement in our full evening session. A closely fought contest was won by Peter & Vera Iredale with 63.99. Chris Cooper & Wendy Crees took second with 58.63 followed by Geoff Bennett & Jim Bainbridge on 57.44. In fourth position were Judy Douglas & Diana Kinch followed by David Reed & Ishar White and Janet O'Connor & Sue Robards took sixth place.

 

On Thursday evening of last week three tables played a full Howell movement won by Janet O’Connor and Don Prowse, with David Edwards and Trevor Banyard Smith in second.

 

The club was very busy that night also hosting two Coventry League matches. The V Team scored their third victory over the Seekers in Division 3 of the Coventry League. In a local derby the Blues took on the Rugby Gambits and came out winners by 10-2 Victory Points. This moves the Village Blues into fifth place in Division 2 of the Coventry League above both the other Rugby based teams. There's a few matches to go though, so the Blues must maintain their form!

 

On Tuesday afternoon nine full tables were led by Jim and Nicky Bainbridge. Caelia Chandler and Elisabeth Davies were second followed by Mary Kerridge and David Reed. Edwige Quick and Sue Robards were fourth with Audrey Upton and Keith Montford in fifth place.

 

On Wednesday of last week a record eight full tables played in our very popular social/novice practice session exploring the subtleties of the fourth suit forcing convention.

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Advanced Bridge

Advanced Bridge

Advanced Bridge is intended for the bridge player with some experience using an ACOL based bidding system.

Advanced Bridge sessions are generally offered during the three teaching terms starting in January, April and September.

Our material evolves to meet players' requests and ever changing bridge playing strategies. However we offer three different sets of ten sessions.

The "Jump" series cover auctions starting with Level 2 or above openings bids. Amongst others topics include: pre-empts, weak twos, strong hands in a weak two environment, the Multi 2 Diamonds.

The "Competitive" series covers competitives auctions. Amongst others, topics include: competiting against pre-empts and weak twos, unassuming cue bids, various doubles, competing against one no trump openings, escapes from one no trump doubled.

The "Playing" series covers advanced declarer and defence play. 

Sessions are generally in the form of a short discussion of the topic followed by the play hands with discussion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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