Wed 10/23 12:30 Pairs - Always ON
Thurs 10/24 12:30 Pairs - Always ON
Thurs 10/24 6:30 Pairs - GAME ON! - email@example.com
Fri 10/25 9:00 750 Pairs - Always ON
Fri 10/25 12:30 Pairs - Always ON
Sat 10/26 12:30 pairs - Pre-Register NOW! - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon 10/28 12:30 Pairs - Always ON
Mon 10/28 7:00 Swiss - Always ON
Tues 10/29 9:30 99ers - Pre-Register NOW! - email@example.com
Beginner and Play & Defense Lessons are ongoing. Click on the left menu box "Bridge Lessons" for more info.
Play against others at your level.
Pre-Register as noted above to firstname.lastname@example.org
Each Tuesday at 9:30 AM Sharp!
On the Monday & Wednesday afternoon Open Games, the Director will NOT be available to Partner with a Single player until further notice. Single players will be offered an opportunity to play with other singles.
We regret any inconvenience this causes.
If you are running late for a game please call YOUR Waiting PARTNER then The Studio 302-479-5431 It is not fair to hold up a room full of people wondering whether you are going to come.
Since emphazing a RECYCLE program, many of us have brought mugs.
BRING & USE your OWN mug.
WASH & PUT IT AWAY each time of use.
Used mugs are yours to wash. Be an adult.
No one else picks up behind you.
We want YOU to help US ----->>>> RECYCLE ------>>>>> Paper, Plastic & Cans!
Deposit CLEAN paper into the designated BLUE RECYCLE container near The Bridge Studio entrance.
SEPARATE the CAP & BOTTLE and place the EMPTY bottle & cap in the designated GREEN RECYCLE receptacle in the Kitchen area.
When you finish your CANNED beverage PLEASE rinse out and place them in the designated GREEN RECYCLE receptacle in the Kitchen area.
Rinsed out CANS are appreciated by our volunteer RECYCLE team!
Soiled paper products (plates, facial tissue and napkins) & FOAM cups are NOT acceptable to be RECYCLED. Place them in TRASH receptacles.
To the right, above "Results & Calendar" is a box titiled
"DEALING WITH UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR"
READ it & LIVE it.
If a player at the table behaves in an unacceptable manner,
the director should be called immediately.
The following are some examples of behavior which will not be tolerated:
Badgering, rudeness, insinuations, intimidation, profanity, threats, or violence.
Negative comments concerning opponents’ or partner’s play or bidding.
Constant and gratuitous lessons and analyses at the table.
Loud and disruptive arguing with a director’s ruling.
Annoying behavior, embarrassing remarks, or any other conduct which might
interfere with the enjoyment of the game is specifically prohibited by Law 74A.
Law 91A gives the director the authority to assess disciplinary penalties.
The Common Game
The Common Game is a free service where bridge clubs play identical hands and compare results across North America. After the bridge game, players are provided with an expert analysis and discussion forum here on Bridge Winners. Hands for a given game are uploaded shortly after 5 PM Eastern. Click the Common Game icon in the upper right corner to see results.
Do you recognize these hands? Each one was played at the club and contained an interesting declarer play problem. Did you find the solution at the table? Can you find the solution now?
Hands From The Club
In addition to our clubs adherence to "The Zero Tolerance Policy" as noted under the heading "Dealing with Unacceptable Behavior" we're offering a gentle reminder to "Please be sensitive to players who have fragrance allergies. Strong perfumes and scented lotions can cause allergic reactions". Thanks for your understanding.
What I Should Know?
The Common Game is a free service where bridge clubs play identical hands and compare results across North America. After the bridge game, players are provided with an expert analysis and discussion forum here on Bridge Winners. Hands for a given game are uploaded shortly after 5 PM Eastern. Click the box below for Common Game results.
Clicking anywhere in this block will take you to a web site which presents The Zero Tolerance Policy in a more informative manner.