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Call the Director

 

    Issue #7.  

As dummy you may not talk to the declarer.

In fact, you may not call declarer's attention to anything except that he is about to lead from the wrong hand or to ask if he is out of the suit being played. ..........
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On sombaunit203.org or district12bridge.org when you click on Member Directory, you may come upon a page that indicates a potential security risk to your computer.  Since no financial information is carried on the web site, you have no financial risk.  That page may contain one of the following messages:

1.  Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahea

2.  Your connection is not private

3.  Your connection isn't private

4.  This connection is not private

For items 1, 2 & 3 click on the "Advanced" button

For item 1, click on "Accept the Risk and Continue"

For item 2, click on "Proceed to michiganmetrobridge.com(unsafe)"

For item 3, click on "Continue to michiganmetrobridge.com(unsafe)"

For item 4 click on "Show Details"

Then click on the words "visit this website"

In all cases you will be directed to a page leading to the Member Directory.


Go straight to jail!      Do not pass GO

The Bridge police are watching... Just DON’T do IT!

Cheating:   Cheating online is a serious offense, subject to the same penalties as cheating in live play. It is illegal to communicate with your partner during a hand via any means other than chat to the full table, to communicate with a kibitzer during the game,(I didn't think kibitzing was allowed) to play using an account that is not yours, to gain advanced knowledge of a deal, or to play in one event using multiple accounts(BBO IDs). Any accusation of cheating must be made privately to the director of the event, to the ACBL recorder, or to a reporting mechanism provided by the online platform ‌ If you suspect a pair of inappropriate actions, Click Here     


 

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The Bridge Connection Is Reopening

 

Many of you are anxious to get back to playing in person.  It is of paramount importance to us that you do so safely!

For the health and safety of our Directors and players, The Bridge Connection is requiring all guests be temperature checked and present evidence of having received full vaccination to compete in live play.

We are also asking that you orally certify upon entry that you have not experienced any of the following symptoms in the last 72 hoursFever above 100. ..........

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BACK TO THE SOCIAL HALL

 

NEWTWO SECTIONS, UNDER 1000 & OPEN!

IMPROVED...TUESDAY GAME MOVING TO WEDNESDAY

ENLARGED...PEGOTTY'S MONDAY GAME NOW AT BUC WITH TWO SECTIONS AS WELL!

PLUS...BRIDGE CENTRAL WILL CONTINUE BBO VIRTUAL GAMES ON TUESDAY & THURSDAY 

TROY FRIENDLY WILL ALSO CONTINUE THEIR FRIDAY GAME ON BBO

 


 

            New SOMBA Members
October November

Colleen Oliver Bonnie Dobie
  Alan Witucki
       Masterpoint Achievements


October Achievements

Sectional Master James Haselwood
Sectional Master Gioconda McMillan
New NABC Master James Verhage
Silver Life Master John Pouget

 

              November Achievements

Junior Master Barbara Hadley
Junior Master Wendy Powers
Junior Master Patricia Stuart
Junior Master James Yi
Club Master Roslyn Garber
Club Master Catherine Gay
NABC Master Robin Lewis
NABC Master Tan Yang
Bronze Life Master Lynn Martin
Silver Life Master Tom Jager
Ruby Life Master Song Lin

 


 

 

A Volunteer 

The SOMBA board is looking for someone to fill a position in their ranks.

 

Contact

Satish Shah or Dave Fletcher

    (586)944-6708    (586)206-6556                  

 


♠  New ACBL Alert Procedures  ♣ 

  • "Transfers"  We can no longer just use the word transfer, we must include the suit to which we are transferring.
  • Traditional Support Doubles and Redoubles no longer need to be alerted.
  • Direct Cue Bids (with the exception of Michaels) must now be alerted.
  • Uncontested jump shifts no longer require an alert.
  • Instead of saying "could be short" when bidding 1 Club for example, you must now specify the number of cards in that suit.

          Example:  "Could be as short as one".

 

Look at page 35 of your January ACBL Bulletin for a complete listing of the changes.