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Code of Conduct

The Zenon Committee is asking all players to strictly abide by the code of conduct, to play at a reasonable speed, to turn off phones, and to partake of alcohol sparingly.  The timer for playing the hands will be set to give 4-minute warning after which no new boards can be played if they have not already been started. Those receiving phone calls will be penalised by 2 Euros. Attention should also be paid to correctly entering the score in the bridge mate and to have this verified by one of the opponents.  Care should be taken to return cards to the right position on the board and to verify that one receives 13 cards and returns the same 13 cards to the board at the end of play.

 

 

 
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2017 Mixed Pairs Compeitition
2017 Mixed Pairs Compeitition
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2017 Mixed Pairs Compeitition
2017 Mixed Pairs Compeitition
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2017 Mixed Pairs Compeitition
2017 Mixed Pairs Compeitition
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Now Magazine article on bridge

BRIDGE: THE ULTIMATE MIND GAME

Bridge is such a sensational game that I wouldn’t mind being in jail if I had three cellmates who were decent players and who were willing to keep the game going 24 hours a day” - Warren Buffett

Does the game of bridge bring up visions of Agatha Christie settled into a gentile game of bridge, spot of port at her side?  Or perhaps Omar Sharif, tuxedo-suited and playing in a chic Monte Carlo hotel?  Both have discovered the joys and challenges of this ultimate social and intellectual game.  Considered one of the world’s five mind games, bridge stimulates the brain and significantly reduces the likelihood of developing diseases of the mind.  But the most often cited reason for playing bridge is that it brings together people with similar interests who enjoy spending time together.  As W. Somerset Maugham has said, “Bridge is the most entertaining and intelligent card game the wit of man has so far devised.

If you are interested in playing or learning bridge at the Flamingo Hotel, please call Errikos of the Zenon Bridge Club at 99 -446-896.

Last updated : 8th Feb 2017 20:03 EET