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2nd October

Last week, on Monday Morning our new beginners' group went on to their second lesson. Still space if you'd like to join. Still free.

​On Monday Afternoon seven and a half tables played a Web-Mitchell movement. Chris Longthorn and Pat Anning lead North / South with 58.33; The East / West was led by Bob Reeve and Jean Child with 63.19​.​ 

On Monday Evening five and a half tables played a Double-Hesitation Mitchell movement led by Peter and Vera Iredale with 66.07. ​Due to the sad loss of Malcolm Melrose, he & Max Kynoch won't be able to complete their participation in the Founders Championship Pairs. Peter & Vera Iredale lead the rest of the field.​

​The first practice session of the week, on Tuesday morning, looked at playing No Trumps contracts in some depth, and some tricky hands.

​On Tuesday Afternoon eight and a half tables played a two-winner Mitchell. Nicky Bainbridge and Carole Broadhurst led North/South with 56.46. East/West led by Ann Bur​r​age and Ken Miles with 57.14.

​Our Tuesday evening replay, the second practice session of the week, replayed some hands from Monday Afternoon with detailed discussion of the bidding, card play, and the results from the previous day.

​On Wednesday Morning's Friendly Practice session a chatty but thoughtful four and a half tables learned about ​limit raise replies in the third practice session of the week.

Thursday morning saw the fourth practice session looking at the negative double, a really useful bid.

On Thursday evening Six and a half tables played a single-winner hesitation Mitchell movement led by Brian Mawby and David Reed scoring 63.33.

When the bridge is too hard.....
When the bridge is too hard.....

We serve unlimited tea, coffee and biscuits in each session, and we believe you should enjoy them. Mugs and cups are always provided and are washed hygienically in a dishwasher.

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Lutterworth Bridge Club

Lutterworth Bridge Club, meets on Wednesday evenings (7pm), at Cotesbach Village Hall. You’ll find quality EBU affiliated bridge played in a good spirit.

Bridge 2 Build Your Skills
Bridge 2 Build Your Skills

The course is for players who  have taken our Bridge 1 course, or have some bridge experience whether it’s duplicate, "kitchen", rubber or Chicago. yes

The lessons take you at a gentle pace through the things you need to know about scoring, card play and the most commonly used parts of ACOL.

 There are ten, two hour, sessions, given weekly. There is a break in the half term week. You will collect colour notes, and homework quizzes to store in an A5 binder.

During the course our Wednesday Morning Friendly practice session will follow each lesson with a themed practice on the lesson topic.

You can take your binders, or other notes, and ask for help from the mentors or other players. It’s completely relaxed and intended for you to practice what you are learning.

You don’t need to bring a partner, there’s always someone to play with.

Use both the lesson and the practice session to get the best out of your learning.

By the end of this course you will be able to enjoy Wednesday morning practice, and to consider trying one of our competitive sessions or competitions.

January 2018