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0-50 GAME & OPEN @ IRS

The Tuesday morning
0-50 game
will resume November 5
a
nd will be held in the new
Indian River Shores Community
Center @ 9 a.m.
An Open game will also begin
November 12, with a 12:30
starting time at IRS.



 

 

PROCEDURE FOR SCORE CORRECTIONS

PLEASE CAREFULLY CHECK ALL SCORES ENTERED 
INTO THE BRIDGEMATE SCORING DEVICES.
THIS IS EAST'S RESPONSIBILITY BUT IF YOU
LATER FIND AN INCORRECT SCORE YOU ARE TO 
CONTACT YOUR OPPONENTS AND VERIFY 
THE SCORE WITH THEM, THEN EMAIL THE
GAME DIRECTOR WITHIN 24 HOURS.

Tuesday 0-1500 PAIRS GAME is SUSPENDED

The 0-1500 PAIRS GAME 
held on Tuesday is suspended 
for the summer. Join us for the 299er
or Open game on Tuesdays.




 

0-99 GAME @ 1 p.m.
0-99 GAME @ 1 p.m.

JOIN US FOR THE
0-99 PAIRS
GAME each
WEDNESDAY @ 1 p.m.


 


 

One of the Best Florida Bridge Clubs

Located in Vero Beach Florida, the Vero Beach Bridge Center is a member-owned bridge club. We host daily bridge games, duplicate bridge tournaments, bridge classes for all levels,  celebrity speakers, and student games for new players which are all sanctioned by the American Contract Bridge League. In fact, the size of our club allows us to hold many restricted games for up and coming players, no need to swim with the sharks! 
Pre-dealt boards for pair games mean no shuffling and hand records are available after each game, whether for the daily bridge play or on-site duplicate bridge tournaments. The use of Bridgemate II allows results to be ready immediately following the game.
We have one of the best duplicate bridge clubs in Florida, if not the nation.  
We are currently ranked at #4 in North America for 2017 based on the number of tables of bridge played thus far!

Vero Beach Bridge Center Gazette History
"The Bridge Gazette" is our club newsletter.
The Gazette was established in 1999 by the Club and our first editor, Melody Gabriel. Originally to be published periodically, it almost immediately became indispensable to the club members and so it became a monthly publication. Melody stayed on as editor for ten years. Thank you, Melody.
Our current editor, Natalie Rodriguez, is dependent upon the many monthly contributors to the Gazette. It simply would not be possible to put this publication out without the help of these contributors. In fact, many of the services provided to club members are dependent upon the willingness of our many volunteers. Thank you all.
If you would like to help with the gazette in any way, please contact Natalie at the Club. Help in the form of article contributions, bridge related material or availability as a proofreader are all needed, at least from time to time. 
Last updated : Sep 6, 2017 11:15 EDT