Monday at 1 pm at Eagle Vail Pavilion - Cancelled until at least May 11.
April 24 - 26: Doc Holliday Tournament in Glenwood Springs. Cancelled.
May 25 - First game at the Vail Christian High School.
Vail Valley Bridge Club, operated by Marcia and Tom McCalden, is dedicated to providing high quality friendly ACBL sanctioned games.
Hands are pre-dealt using our Dealer 4 card machine. Hand records with analysis of makeable contracts are available at the end of each session and on this web site. Results are immediately available to players using our Bridgemate2 scoring system. Emails with results are sent to participants using ACBLLive.
See the schedule on the right for games and special games awarding more master points.
All Vail Valley Bridge Club games participate in the nationwide Common game. Over 90 bridge clubs play identical hands and compare results. The Common Game web page - link below - provides expert analysis on many of the hands played each day.
If you need a partner, send us your name, dates you want to play, your bridge level and contact information.
Monday games participate in the "Common Game". Over 90 bridge clubs play identical hands and compare results. The Common Game web page provides expert analysis on many of the hands played each day. Results are found at http://thecommongame.com in either the "Latest Open Common Game" on the day of the game or "Archived".
Directions to the Eagle Vail Pavilion. 538 Eagle Road
Traveling West from Vail on I-70, take exit #169 Eagle Vail At the bottom of the exit ramp/traffic light, turn left; you will be traveling West on Highway 6. At the next traffic light, turn left at Eagle Road - the main entrance into EagleVail. The pavilion is ¼ mile ahead. The parking lot is by the swimming pool.
Traveling East from Edwards, continue on Route 6 to Eagle Road located just before the entrance to I-70. Turn right on Eagle Road and proceed ahead 1/4 mile.
Out of every $5 or $6 entry that is purchased, $4 will be distributed to the clubs.
The $4 per club will be sent to the ACBL by BBO. ACBL will run reporting on the players that have played in these specially formatted games to see what clubs they have played in over the past 12 months. Based on those reports, we will distribute the funds accordingly. If you had played 75% of the time in Club A and 25% of the time in Club B, then each time you play, Club A will get $3 and Club B will get $1. In this example, if our club receives $3 from ACBL, we will pass that $3 back to you.