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Woburn Sands Bridge Club is supporting an after school bridge club at St. Mary’s Wavendon CofE Primary School. The programme is based on the “Starter Bridge” format, which the children have taken to enthusiastically. All the boys enjoy the bridge sessions and there is a great deal of competition to win the league. This programme will continue into the 2017/2018 academic year.

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Woburn Sands Bridge Club

Woburn Sands is a friendly Bridge Club that meets at St. Mary's Church Hall, Aspley Hill in Woburn Sands MK17 8NN. The Church Hall is a spacious venue with its own car park. There are two sessions

  •  Wednesday Evenings 6.45pm for a prompt 7.00pm start (to 10.00pm)
  • Monday Afternoons 1.00pm start  Ends 4th June Restarts 1st October

The hands are randomly generated by computer and dealt using a PlayBridgeDealer4+ machine. The purchase of the machine and associated material (cards and boards) has been supported by funding from Milton Keynes Community Foundation (click here for further information and a demonstration).

Results are collated using Bridge Tab App on Lenovo tablets and reported on this website usually the following day together with details of the hands played.

We are not as yet affiliated to the EBU and cannot issue Master-points

 Members are welcome to bring a guest and other Visitors are welcome and requested to make contact in advance. Please contact  Phil Armitage 01908  584473

Director's Hand of the Week - July 18th

West passes, North opens 1 , East ventures a non vulnerable 1♠ overcall and South jumps to 3 . West bids 4♠ (bidding to the level of the fit. N and E pass and S, needing very little for a slam, bids 4NT, West kindly passes and North shows the 2 aces (5 ). South "knows" EW have 10 spades therefore N has a singleton, If N has 2 diamonds they can be ruffed good, with 3 or more the Q is rated to drop. Eyes shut bid 7 ! Only one pair bid the grand slam - making it -. Lightner double by W? Conversion to 7NT?! Without a diamond lead there is no problem in the play. 

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Bad Weather: Checking we are playing
Bad Weather:  Checking we are playing

If there is any reason for not playing on a particular date (typically adverse weather conditions due to ice or snow)  Club Officers will make a decision 

     no later than 3.00pm on Wednesdays and no later than 11.00am on Mondays

This page on the WSBC website will be updated with the details before these times.

If in any doubt, please click here to contact any one of the Committee members after 3.00pm on Wednesdays.

Laws of Duplicate Bridge 2017

2017 LAWS OF DUPLICATE BRIDGE The Club will adopt the 2017 Laws from Wednesday 2nd August

A copy of the new Laws can be downloaded from

This page also includes an informed commentary. Two of the new laws are described below.

Law 7

A. When a board is to be played it is placed in the centre of the table where it shall remain, correctly oriented, until play is completed

B. No player shall touch any cards other than his own during or after play except by permission of an opponent or the Director.

Law 68     Claims and Concessions

After any claim or concession, play is suspended (NOT as previously ceases).
1. The claim or concession can be agreed; or

2. If it is doubted by any player (dummy included); either

(a) the Director may immediately be summoned; or

(b) upon the request of the non-claiming or non-conceding side, play may continue subject to all four players agreeing and the score subsequently obtained shall stand.

If they agree to playing on there is no redress at the end of the hand. TDs also need to be clear that playing on is not an option when they are called to sort things out.

Playing & Scoring

For more information on the following CLICK
Announcements (1NT etc)
 IMPs & Matchpoint  Scoring


MP Pairs
Director: peter bellingham
Scorer: paul getgood
MP Pairs
Director: Andrew
Scorer: Andrew
Summer Party - Individual
Director: Peter Bellingham
IMP Pairs
Director: John Scott
Scorer: David Liu
Wed 25th Jul 2018
IMP Pairs
Director: Andrew Powell
Scorer: Ruby Powell
Wed 1st Aug 2018
MP Pairs
Director: Peter Bellingham
Scorer: Graham Robinson
Wed 8th Aug 2018
MP Pairs
Director: John Scott
Scorer: David Liu
Wed 15th Aug 2018
MP Pairs
Director: Ian Black
Scorer: Paul Getgood
Wed 22nd Aug 2018
MP Pairs
Director: John Scott
Scorer: Graham Robinson
Wed 29th Aug 2018
IMP Pairs
Director: Peter Bellingham
Scorer: Norman Wilkes