Wiltshire Contract Bridge Association
 
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The Bridge Warehouse

Upcoming non WCBA Events
Hampshire Congress 10 and 11 March 2018

Held at Otterbourne Hall, Cranbourne Drive, Otterbourne, SO21 2ET near Winchester

Two minutes from Junction 12 of M3

On the weekend of 10/11 March 2018 

Dorset Green Pointed Events on 15 April, 17 June and 22 July

Dorset Contract Bridge Association are running a Swiss Teams Event on Sunday 17 June and a Swiss Pairs Event on Sunday 22 July.

They are also holding a "Try a Tournament" Swiss Pairs Event for less experienced players on Sunday 15 April.

All events will be held in Wimborne, Dorset.
Upcoming Sim Pairs
Club Stratified Pairs
12 to 15 March 2018
British Spring Pairs
09 to 12 April 2018
EBED Spring Pairs
30 April to 03 May 2018
Event times 2017/18
All Sunday events please arrive by 1.45 for 2.00pm start of play.
League matches please arrive by 7.00 for 7.15pm start of play.
 
Masterpoints and NGS
Masterpoints

Masterpoints

The English Bridge Union Masterpoints Scheme came into operation in September 1956 and it has been very popular with the players. Clubs have also appreciated the value of the scheme with its unique incentives in helping to promote and retain club membership.
Any player can obtain points from success in duplicate bridge competition, on a scale which varies according to the success itself, the size of the competition and its status. About the top one-third of players in a competition will be entitled to masterpoints. The register of masterpoints is kept at the offices of the English Bridge Union. Only members of the EBU may register their points and have their records maintained. A lapsed member may have valid masterpoints registered on renewal of membership of the EBU.

Click here to see the Wiltshire 'All time Master Point Ranking List'

Click here to see the Master Points you won in 2015

National Grading Scheme

NGS

The NGS provides a fair and trustworthy measure of an individual’s current performance when playing duplicate bridge, which is easy to understand and reflects changes (both up and down) in an individual’s current standard of play.  

Click here to get an overview of the NGS

Click here to see your present grade or that of a partner