Avoid asking questions about the bidding while it is continuing, unless you really need to know the answer in order to decide what your next call should be (because if you then pass, your partner might draw an inference about your strength, or your interest in the suit bid). Otherwise, wait until the auction is finished. Also be aware that asking questions during the auction gives an opponent an opportunity to tell his partner how he has interpreted the bid that you are asking about!
Members are encouraged to consider volunteering to act as "Hosts" on Club evenings. Arrangements can be made to ensure that your NGS grade is not affected. Members volunteering as hosts will not have to pay table money.
If you intend to turn up without a partner, please check under "Calendar" on the Right Hand Menu to ensure that a Host is available or contact Ian/Gayle. (see below)
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or Gayle Webb
01985 214102 (H)
07753 958681 (M)
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Warminster Bridge Club was founded in 1992 and aims to provide competitive but friendly duplicate bridge in pleasant surroundings. It is affiliated to the English Bridge Union and Wiltshire Contract Bridge Association.
The Club meets each Tuesday and Thursday evening in St John's Hall, commencing at 7:00pm. Players are requested to arrive by 6:50pm latest, especially if you are arriving to play without a partner. This will allow time to discuss your system.
Hands are duplimated and scoring is by Bridgemate and Computer so that results are available at the end of play. Master Points are awarded.
New Members and Visitors are always welcome. Hosts are provided for single players or contact the Club Secretary by clicking the link at the end of the next paragraph. Tuition is available on request.
For further information on Warminster Bridge Club click Menu items on the left or contact the Club Secretary
The EBU on YouTube
The following video clip on YouTube continues with the theme on helping us to understand Director's Decisions. The following link shows how a Director should deal with an "Opening Lead Out of Turn".
Just click on the link in blue below and it will take you to YouTube to watch the video.
Tuesday, 18 June - Open Pairs 4/19
St John's Hall
Warminster BA12 9JY