Did you know you can check all your recent previous results on this?
Click on Calendar/Results-> Recent Results
From there you click on your name to see all your recent results including a Personal Summary Graph?
Did you know?
You can check your EBU masterpoints online?
Go to the EBU website www.ebu.co.uk/members
The first time you use this site, enter your EBU number and click "forgot password" to have this emailed to you.
Masterpoints from events at Pinner Bridge Club are uploaded to the EBU at the end of each session, and processed by the EBU every week or so.
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We are a thriving and successful Bridge Club situated in the picturesque and historic village of Pinner in North West London. The club was established in 1936 and we have members at all levels. Some are beginners, while other of our members have succeeded at the very highest levels in National Competitions. Some prefer a quiet Club night with their friends, while others seek the more competitive competitions run by Middlesex and the surrounding counties.
The Club runs Duplicate, Rubber Bridge, Bridge Lessons and Gentle Duplicate sessions.
Visitors and new members are always welcome.
We operate a host system every evening, so you can turn up without a partner, and are guaranteed a game.
Please aim to be seated by 7:20pm for a prompt start at 7:30pm for all evening games.
Affiliated to the English Bridge Union - EBU Number 204859
Tel: 020 8866 3166 (There is no one normally at the club outside game and lesson times)
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There are regular bridge classes at Pinner Club for Beginners and Improvers (Click the Bridge Classes Link)
The complete way for beginners to learn bridge using the Bridge For All scheme from the English Bridge Union. No experience needed.
£12 per person per lesson. The book that accompanies this course – Beginning Bridge is £25. If you already know some bridge, you can join in, part way through the course.
Click on the Lessons link for more details.
Contact Tony Staw for more information 020 8868 7205
There are no more diamonds so anything you lead can be ruffed by declarer. However you have a trump holding that may provide a trick, if declarer has to overruff high, thereby promoting a trick for your J. If you lead Q, your partner may decide not to ruff your winner, so lead 10. This is better than leading a low diamond, as there is a chance your partner has no trumps.
West leads A, then K against your contract of 4. East discards a club on the 2nd spade. West then leads a 3rd spade. What do you play from dummy?
Apart from the spades you have just one club loser. Although you can ruff the 3rd spade in dummy, the problem if you have no high trumps, so East will just overruff, and you will lose 4 tricks. Instead of ruffing, the winning play is to discard a club loser from dummy - a "loser on loser" play. Another way of think about this is that you are "transfering the ruff" from spades to clubs. East will ruff the 3rd spade (or declarer will win Q). After drawing trumps, you can later ruff a club in dummy.
Welcome to our club. Our website uses bridgewebs, which gives us a professional looking website, and one which is part of an international grouping of Bridge sites.
Our bridge results, with hand records as scored by ScoreBridge with Bridgemates are on this site.
If there are any improvements you'd like to see. Please contact Tony Staw for comments or requests for the website.
Every now and then I come across a bridge problem that I think others would find interesting, so I try and put this on the website. If you have come across a bridge problem you would like to share with others, please contact Tony to add it to this website.
Have you tried the "Play it Again" Option?
Click on your results and choose the Bridge Solver Online option [BS Online] to analyze all lines of play in any contract. Alternatively you can analyse the hands with other programs if you have other bridge software installed. The latest version now has a "Results Analysis" button. Click here for more information.