The most direct way to give funds is by check payable to Tucson Charity Bridge Club Inc.—with "capital donation" in the memo line. A bank wire is possible, although a fee would be involved at both ends. For stock donations contact Ruth Houkom or Hurd Baruch for the number of the Club’s brokerage account with Wells Fargo Advisers, so that the stock can be transferred automatically between your broker and the Club’s. You can also have .5% of your purchases on Amazon donated to us by going to: Amazon Smile
How to Fill-Out Your Convention Card
Taught by Hurd Baruch
One class on Wednesday, September 26th, 10 a.m. - 11:45 a.m, at Streams in the Desert Lutheran Church
Hurd Baruch will again offer a class for players who want help with their convention card. His purpose is not to persuade you to play or not play any particular convention, but simply to explain what your choices are and how you should mark them down on your card. BONUS: It will help you to understand what your opponents are playing when they check boxes like “Smolen” or “Lavinthal.” For more information click Convention Card class flyer.pdf. Send your registration to Kathy Parker by filling-out the form below.
Leads and Signals
Taught by Barbara Sullenger
Three classes on Thursdays 9:30 to 11:15 at Streams in the Desert Lutheran Church: Oct 25, Nov 1, and Nov 15
$10.00 per class. No book. Barbara will provide handouts.
Good defense starts with the opening lead. Which of your 13 cards is right? In this class we will look at the suit and the card to lead: against no trump, suit contracts, low level bids, and slams. We will also work on signaling and interpreting partner’s signals in order to improve communication between partners.Opening leads are often the reason contracts are made or defeated. That one card can convey much information to partner and set the strategy for the defense. Send your registration to Kathy Parker by filling-out the form below.
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