I just got home from the Sunday TEAM game. I really enjoy playing and the great thing is that there are two more TEAM games this coming week.
The first is Tuesday evening (January 17). Jeff Meckstroth and Eric Rodwell are coming to the club for a GNT qualifying game at 7:00. They will arrive at 6:30 for a Q & A session. There will be both an open and a 499er section.
Then on Thursday evening (January 19) is the next Eight is Enough team game at 6:30.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need partners/teammates for either of these games.
Come to the Annual Meeting and enjoy dinner and bridge. The dinner will begin at 6:00 on Saturday January 21, followed by a brief meeting and then the Robert Saron Memorial Game at 7:00.
What we need to improve our bridge is getting into the MEAT of lessons.
Easybridge for Beginners begins on Monday at 9:30
Five classes are continuing:
Wednesday at 9:30 – Thinking Bridge
Wednesday at 9:30 – Easybridge
Thursday at 9:30 – Intermediate Class
Friday at 9:30 – Hand Analysis – Conventions
Friday at 9:45 – Supervised Play
A series of classes on 2/1 will begin next week on Thursday morning.
Looking ahead, we are delighted that Barbara Seagram will be joining us on February 3 for a special seminar on declarer play under the title “Stripping Can be Fun.” Click on the seminars tab for details.
Bring your MATE (partner) to the games this week:
Monday at 9:30 – 0-20 Game (mini lesson at 9:00)
Monday at 12:30 – Open and 499er Games
Monday at 6:30 – Open Game
Tuesday at 9:00 – 299er Supervised Play Game
Tuesday at 12:30 – Open Game
Tuesday at 7:00 – Open and 499er GNT Qualifying Games with Eric and Jeff (Q&A at 6:30)
Wednesday at 12:30 – Open and 499er Games
Thursday at 12:30 – Open and 299er Club Championship Games
Thursday at 6:30 – Eight is Enough Team Game
Friday at 12:30 – Open and 499er Junior Fund Games
Saturday at 10:30 – Open Game
Saturday at 6:00 – Annual Meeting and Dinner
Saturday at 7:00 – Open and 499er Robert Saron Memorial Games
Sunday at 1:00 – Open Game
Looking ahead, we have the Margret Sectional Tournament on January 27-29.
Thirteen is an important number in bridge. Did you realize that Twelve plus One is an anagram of “Eleven plus Two”?
I know of a reader who OPTS to STOP when I get to this SPOT. So I will too!
See you at the club.