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Annual subs are now due - please finalise these with the Treasurer ASAP.

Results after Round 8 of the 2020 Paynesville GNOT Heat are shown on the menu bar together with Masterpoints per player.

Minutes of Meeting held February, 19 2020 are available by clicking on the link on menu bar.

The Paynesville By-Laws have been finalised and can be found on the menu bar above.

NEED A PARTNER ?
NEED A PARTNER ?

If you need a partner to play with at Paynesville please contact RUTH SPEARS 0417506450

BEST PLAYERS 2019
BEST PLAYERS 2019

Best Rookie Player - Roger Wilson
Best Novice Player - Rolf Mulligan
Best Restricted Player - Lyn Wikinson
Best Open Pair - Christa & Fritz Riedacher
Best Open Player for 2019 - Christa & Fritz Riedacher (joint winners)

2020 PAYNESVILLE COMMITTEE

The annual meeting of the Paynesville Bridge Club was held on February 5th and the following office bearers were elected -

PRESIDENT - John Haylock
VICE PRESIDENT - Janet Gamble
SECRETARY - Lyn Wilkinson
TREASURER - Geraldine Tyler
MASTERPOINT SECRETARY - Chris Heesom (ex-officio)
COMMITTEE - Frances Langley, Marisa Milito, Ilse Porritt, Shirley Watson, Mary Turnbull

We look forward to another happy and successful year

Paynesville Bridge Club closed until further notice due to Covid-19


PAYNESVILLE BRIDGE CLUB WILL BE CLOSED FROM MARCH 18th UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

due to health threat to players from the Coronovirus and on advice from the ABF and VBA.
We apologise for the inconvenience

 

PAYNESVILLE BRIDGE CLUB
PAYNESVILLE BRIDGE CLUB

Paynesville Bridge Club meets every Wednesday commencing 12.30 p.m. at the R.S.L. in Main Street, Paynesville. We play between 27 and 32 boards and finish play at approximately 4.00 to 4.30 p.m. Table fees are $5.00 for members and visitors which includes a very nice afternoon tea. We welcome visitors of any standard. Please be at the venue 10 minutes before the scheduled start of play to allow the director and scorer time to set up.

2019 "BEST PLAYER" WINNERS
2019

Winners of the 2019 "Best Players" for Paynesville Bridge Club were Lyn Wilkinson (Restricted), Roger Wilson (Rookie) Christa & Fritz Riedacher (Open and Best Open Pair). Rolf Mulligan (absent) was the winner of the Novice section but is now living in Cairns.

2020 BETTY DAWSON TEAMS
2020 BETTY DAWSON TEAMS

The winners of the 2020 Betty Dawson Teams' event were John Haylock, Christa Riedacher, Fritz Riedacher and Ron Wilson who finished the day with 4 wins and 0 losses.

HOW TO BE A GOOD DUMMY

When displaying the dummy, make sure all 13 cards are visible An adjusted score may be necessary if the opponents are damaged because a card was hidden.
* At the end of play dummy may point out a revoke.
* Dummy may try to prevent an irregularity by declarer. Once declarer has committed an irregularity e.g. has already led from the wrong hand, dummy must say and do nothing.
* If declarer has failed to follow suit, dummy may ask if he has revoked e.g. "Having none?" or "No spades?"
*Dummy may tell any player that his immediately quitted trick is pointing the wrong way. This right ends for dummy and defenders once the lead is made to the next trick.
* Dummy may give information in the Director's presence as to fact or law.

 DUMMY MAY NOT
* Play a card from dummy unless told to do so by declarer.
*Suggest cards to be played e.g. by moving a hand towards them
*Ask defenders if they may have revoked
*Call attention to an irregularity until the hand is finished
*Call for the Director during play unless another player has first pointed out the irregularity
* Look at a defender's hand while play is in progress
* Leave his seat to watch declarer playing the hand.

TEN BASIC RULES OF BRIDGE ETIQUETTE

1. Be nice, smile… No matter how well or poorly you play bridge, you are an Ambassador for the game. You can drive people away or you can make them love it…. We need people. 

2. Don’t Gloat… Don’t compliment yourselves on a bid or the play of the hand until the opponents leave the table. Also, don’t thank an opponent for a good board or a trick you shouldn’t get… This makes people feel bad and makes you look like a jerk.

3. Don’t give lessons to anyone at the table… If your opponent or partner wants to know what they did wrong or how to better play or bid a hand they will ask.

4. Learn not to get offended when a director is called on you. This is part of the game. The director is there to protect everyone and especially the integrity of the game.

5. Don’t tell opponents or winners how lucky they are… Don’t undermine their successes. You only make yourself look like a poor loser and a poor sport… Be gracious. 

6. Keep your voice even and the gestures consistent when bidding or playing the hands… Don’t snap your cards or make any unusual movements to get your point across… Be ethical.

7. When on lead against a contract, LEAD and then write down the contract on your scorecard or enter the information on the Bridgemate … same thing for dummy, lay your hand down and then write down the contract or attend to the Bridgemate.

8. Don’t discuss the hands until the round is over… This takes time like #7 and it is rude.

9. Help the director… His/Her job is tough enough without you adding to their problem.

10. Don’t make decisions that the director should be making, even if you know the rule.

MASTERPOINT PROMOTIONS 2020
MASTERPOINT PROMOTIONS 2020

Terry Nadebaum - Life Master

BEST FEBRUARY PLAYERS
BEST FEBRUARY PLAYERS

Jean Macleod 62.97%
Fritz & Christa Riedacher 60.55%
Carole Sorby 57.77%

NO BRIDGE FROM MARCH 18 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
 


 

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