Board number 13 was fouled during play. After being played at tables 7, 6 and 5 the 8D and 5H were switched. As a result, all scores for this board have been voided. The existing N/S and E/W winners remain.
Would you like to improve your understanding of Duplicate Bridge at club level?
The Second Transition Group is now finalised and will start on the 9th September
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Camberley Bridge Club
After the successful launch of our transition course earlier this year, we are delighted to say that, with the cooperation of Camberley Cricket Club, we will offer another course for new participants starting on 9th September.
Over an eight week course, we’ll aim to cover the topics which introduce you to duplicate bridge and how it’s played in bridge clubs. It aims to help confidence to play at club level and will cover topics such as bridge etiquette, alerting and announcing and pace of play as well as bridge topics like leads, discards/signals and use of system cards. Each session will start with 30 minutes’ tuition followed by a tea break then a gentle duplicate play session.
The sessions will be held in our club venue in Camberley Cricket Club from 1.45 p.m. to 4.45 p.m. on the following Mondays:
9th September 16th September 23rd September 30th September 7th October 14th October 21st October 28th October
The whole course will cost £45 per person and includes membership of Camberley Bridge Club for the remainder of the membership year (September 2020). We’ll also enrol you into the EBU.
To ensure that we can provide good support throughout the session, there is a maximum of 20 participants. Partners aren't required; if you don't have a regular partner, we'll find you one on the day. To register your interest for a similar future event, please complete the details below and we’ll get back to you to confirm when this might start and provide joining instructions.
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