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9th Jul 2020
Online Thursday Cross IMPed Pairs
BBO 19:00
Director: John Rowe
12th Jul 2020
High Fives
Online tournament BBO 2pm
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16th Jul 2020
Online Thursday MP Pairs Duplicate
BBO 19:00
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19th Jul 2020
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ONLINE BRIDGE AT OXFORDSHIRE CLUBS

Monday mornings:   Bicester, Oxford
Monday afternoons:  Abbey Smith, Wallingford
Tuesday mornings:  Central Yarnton
Tuesday afternoons:  Wallingford (gentle)
Tuesday evenings:  Abingdon, Aylesbury Aces
Wednesday mornings:  Oxford (Learn and Play)
Wednesday afternoons:  Oxford (gentle)
Wednesday evenings:  Abbey Smith, Oxford, Wallingford
Thursday mornings:  Oxford (Teams)
Thursday afternoons:  Wallingford
Thursday evenings:  Oxford (gentle), Oxfordshire, Wantage
Friday mornings:  Oxford
Friday afternoons:  Abbey Smith
Friday evenings:  Wallingford (X-IMP)

In every case please see the appropriate club’s website for further details and if you are not a member check with them that you may play, as well as how to register and pay

Book Reviews & other articles
Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Advanced Bridge Defence - Eddie Kantar

Modern Bridge Defence - Eddie Kantar

Bridge a la Carte - Victor Mollo

Spotlight on play - Karvas & Lukacs

Bridge books by Jeremy Flint & Freddie North

Why You lose at Bridge - SJ Simon

Secrets of Winning Bridge - Jeff Reubens


Other articles

Encounters of the third kind

The Acid Test

Out for the Count

The Oxford Bridge Club Challenge

Law of Total Tricks - Eric Crowhurst

 

So you want to improve your results at your Bridge Club

  • Bridge is a partnership game – try and play with a regular partner.
  • Ask your regular partner to agree to work together to get better.
  • Find a stronger player at your Club who will answer questions.
  • Each time you play with your regular partner, try to pick out a hand and work through it afterwards: the bidding, the play, the defence… over a cup of tea. Come up with a serious question or two to ask your ‘stronger player’.