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During the regional tournament in Southbridge April 17-21 we will have supervised play in Wellesley as usual (Thursday, 10:00), but we will not have games on Wednesday or Thursday. See you in Southbridge!

Due to the Passover Holiday, the April 23 and 30 Peabody games will be moved to:
Columbus Society Lounge
18 Commercial St
Salem, MA 01970

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  Zach Grossack Lessons and Games: Defensive Signals
Zach Grossack Lessons and Games: Defensive Signals

What: lessons on defensive signals + open and 499er games
When: Tuesdays, 2024 March 5 and 12; lessons at 9:15, open and 499er games at 10:30
Teacher: Zach Grossack
Fee: $30 for lesson and game
Where: Italo American Educational Club, 75 Pleasant Street, Wellesley (How to Find Us)
No preregistration—just come!

Zach Grossack continues his lesson+game series on the first two Tuesdays in March. The lessons will focus on defensive signals.

Last updated : Feb 10, 2024 11:26 EST
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  Tuesday Morning Pregame Lessons

Tuesdays, 10:00–10:30 (but see above for 2024 March 5 and 12)
Teachers: Kim Gilman, Zach Grossack, Tim Hill, David Metcalf, Caroline Weiser, Stuart Whittle
Fee: no charge
Level: beginner and intermediate

Where: Italo American Educational Club, 75 Pleasant Street, Wellesley (How to Find Us)

30-minute free lessons before our Tuesday 999er games with a variety of teachers.

Last updated : Feb 5, 2024 09:43 EST
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  Thursday Morning Supervised Play

Thursdays, 10:00–12:00
Teacher: Stuart Whittle
Fee: $17/player
Level: beginner and intermediate

Where: Italo American Educational Club, 75 Pleasant Street, Wellesley (How to Find Us)

Supervised Play is the ideal setting to consolidate what you’ve learned, increase confidence, and improve your understanding and expertise. It is essential for beginning and intermediate players. Like any activity, bridge requires practice. This is a real-time game experience without the real-time game pressure. Play random pre-dealt hands with an ACBL certified instructor discussing how to improve the bidding, declarer play, and defense, and teaching “bridge thinking.”

Come with or without a partner and you will be placed with players of similar levels.

To register, please email Stuart Whittle, swhittle617@gmail.com.

Last updated : May 11, 2023 11:11 EDT
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