Congratulations to our 2018 Champions Lee Bristow and Veronica Sullivan.
Their win came ahead of a very strong and evenly matched field. In qualifying the four leading North South pairs were only seperated by 9 match points or 1.1%.
Even in the final, a 5 table Howell movement, there was a four way tie for 3rd position.
Lee and Veronica both come from Dunedoo though Veronica recently moved to Mudgee. Maybe some new tricks have been invented in Dunedoo.
Again Congratulations to the new Champions.
Chris Cox & Di Bates
Brian McCarney & Judy Bowman
In a year where the majority of pairs stayed together following the Championship qualifying round we finished with 9 tables contesting the consolation event. Of these 13 qualified as possible winners.
The Consolation winners and winners of the Barbara Green trophy for 2018 were Chris Cox and Di Bates (North/South) and Brian McCarney and Judy Bowman (East/West). Congratulations to our winners where both tht eventual winners finished with reasonably good margins.
Congratulations to Val Heferen and Brian McCarney on their success in this years Sparkes Cup.
This event has been in existence since 1984 and its history and previous winners can be viewed on the History page of the web site.
In looking back this is Val's 3rd appearance on the trophy while Brian has featured on one previous occasion. However it is their first win as a pair.
With a percentage of 62.96 they just got home by less than 1% from Lesley Robertson and a visitor Ivan Macleod. This year over half the field achieved over 50% which is no mean feat given the strength of the participating pairs.
Again congratulations to our winners
Situated 270km north-west of Sydney and 470m above sea level Mudgee is situated in the beautiful Cudgegong Valley. It derived its name from the Wiradjuri Aboriginal word "Moothi" meaning "Nest in the Hills".
It is a picturesque town with its charm provided by many fine old homes, public buildings and Churches some of which date back as far as the 1850's. It is known for its excellent wine and honey as well as super fine Merino wool.Grapes grown in the high red soils have produced excellent quality wines for over 140 years.
Mudgee Bridge Club Inc
PO Box 536
Mudgee NSW 2850
All sessions played at
Nicholson Street entrance
Visitors always welcome
Many of us only use the web site to obtain results of a day’s bridge. However its uses go far beyond just results.
Next time try the following:
Open results page for the event you want.
Click your name.
This now shows which pairs you played certain boards against and your result. At the same time you can view the hands and traveler details on the right of the screen.
Now click on “players” (left hand side above chart)
From the players list click the pair you wish to compare your results against.
You can change the compare selection as often as you like.
The Matrix box in the heading shows everyone’s match point results for every hand. A bottom result will show “0”. The top result possible on any board is obtained by the number of times it is played less 1 and then doubled.
You can quickly see just who played a hand or hands well and compare what you did.
If you really want to maximise your analysis and experience you can download an application which will allow you to replay the hands on your computer. At the top left hand side is an icon basically green. This will tell you how to set up BSOL (Bridge solver on line)
Hard at work - 2018
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