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A couple of tips.
We offer the following attractions:
Tuesday - Social Duplicate Bridge Evening
Come and practice those new conventions, advice on bidding and play always available.
Please be seated by 7:15.
No partner required.
Price - £3 members £3.50 visitors inclusive of tea and biscuits.
For further details contact Geoff Losh (07989 405023) or Ian Peace (01889 882332)
or e-mail email@example.com
As from the 1st August, the EBU have reduced and simplified, ha, ha, the minimum requirements for opening Strong 2 bids. For further information, click here. There are a number of other changes (e.g. affecting insufficient and alertable one level bids) which may need the assistance of a Director to resolve.
If you look at the bottom of the ranking page for all of the results, you will see your personal performance in the different positions for that session. You can see these in graphical format if you click on Personal Analysis in the Results Section. However for these results to be accurate you need to do the following:-
For Mitchell movements, where there are one or more arrow switches - sit in your normal positions and rotate the board clockwise. This will mean that N becomes W, S becomes E, E becomes N and W becomes S.
For Howell movements you should either sit N and E or S and W. This rule also applies when we occasionally play that odd Hesitation Mitchell!
24 Whitebridge Estate, Stone, Staffordshire, ST15 8LQ
The club has aquired a number of training DVDs by Bernard Magee (paid for by a donation to the club) which, in my 'umble opinion, are worth watching no matter how good you think you are!
They are free to borrow for up to 3 weeks, but you need to sign for them and leave a £10 refundable deposit.
Have a look at Mike Beach's website for his study of everything to do with Acol bidding.
There is now a new option to analyse the best line of play on any hand. 'Just' go to the hand in question - click on the 'Play it Again' tab and read the guide
Wish I was born with 20/20 hindsight.