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Beginner Bridge Lessons

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BEGINNER BRIDGE 3 Spring 2024
Thursdays at 9.30am

March 20 The two best doubles
March 27 Weak two bids
April 3 More preemptive bids
April 10 Strong opening bids
April 17 More on declarer play

April 24 More on defensive techniques


To join the course contact Frank Mustoe
fmustoe@utschools.ca

Frank is an ACBL accredited teacher and member of the American Bridge Teachers’ Association.


 

TUESDAY MORNING LEARNING GAME

Do you play a little bridge? Need a bridge brush up?
Come to our Learning Game every Tuesday morning at 10am.
Relaxed supervised play, need help? ask questions, talk to partner, enjoy some social time. Any questions, just email Maggie
msparrow@csolve.net


 

 

 

 

Intermediate Bridge Lessons

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INTERMEDIATE LESSONS 
Spring 2024

Slam Bidding Basics
Thursdays at 10am starting April 11th
April 11th Bidding a NT slam
April 18th Controls and Gerber
April 25th Strong NT bids
May 2nd Opener's strong rebids
May 9th Blackwood and slams

Drop in lessons, come when you can.
Notes and hand records to take home.
Instructor Maggie Sparrow 
msparrow@csolve.net
Maggie is an ACBL accredited teacher and a member of the American Bridge Teachers' Association.


 


 

Barrie Bridge Club News

You Can Play Your Hands Again!

Two User Manuals have been created to show you how to re-play your game hands!  They are located in the Blue Menu above, one for replaying REAL game hands and one for replaying VIRTUAL game hands.

At the end of every game (REAL or VIRTUAL), whose results have been uploaded to the Barrie Bridge CLUB Web Site, you have a number of REPLAY THE HAND AGAIN options:

  1. You can re-play any of your REAL game hands with full control over what card is played from each north/south/east/west hand.

You can experiment with different leads or playing strategies to see if you can get an extra trick or put your opponents down.

  1. For on-line VIRTUAL games you have three options.  You can replay the hand any way you choose as described in 1 above.

Or you you can replay the hand exactly, card for card, as you played it in your on-line game or any other pairs hands for that matter to learn from them.

Or, you can replay the hand exactly, card for card, as you (or others) played it in your on-line game, and then deviate at any time during the play and take a different line.

  1. You also have the option to download the game file (REAL or VIRTUAL) and import it to a different Bridge Computer Program that allows you to replay the hands.
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