From Friday, 7 February 2020
Board 2 Dealer E, NS Vul
Grand Master Vil Gravis comments regularly on interesting X files hands - and is happy to add you to his mailing lists for the days that you are interested in
his email is Villyn@xtra.co.nz if you're interested in improving your play
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Lessons, courses, videos and practice hands for beginners and improvers.
Defending a hand in bridge is the same as declarer play in the sense that you're simply trying to win as many tricks as possible. Learn more about defence and many other topics!
Probably best to link to the home page because pretty much everything is accessible from there:
Once you haveregistered for free you can play the first hand every day or upgrade for unlimited hands.
Please note that the first 2 Mondays, ie February 3 & 10, are "Draw for
Partners" so you do not need to arrange a partner for those 2 sessions. Come
along & take "pot luck" on who you might play with.
For those of you who remember Gwyn, she died on Saturday January 25th
Gwyn requested just a family gathering to farewell her & that’s been held already.
A link to the minutes of the first committee meeting of the years can be found here
If you have anything you would like to raise please see June or pop a note in the suggestions box under the notice board.
Next meeting will be Monday February 10th at 10.30am
Margaret Somers will be taking the beginners ACOL lessons this year with the help of volunteers.
Two sessions per week for 12 weeks - Wednesdays 7pm - 9pm, Friday 10am - Noon
Beginning Wednesday 13th March. Fees of $70 will include a full years club membership
Welcome back to Bridge 2020
We hope you have had an enjoyable break and are ready for another year of
Here are a couple of items to note before we start.
* Holiday bridge begins this Friday 17th, for the next three weeks.
* The first two Monday sessions in February you don't need to arrange
* The Calendar booklet is ready for pick up as soon as the sub is paid
The Te Puke bridge Club held their very successful Christmas Party in the Queen Street Club rooms on Saturday 30 November. Members and friends met to play bridge and have a Christmas meal
The occasion also marked the 60th anniversary of the formation of the club, and was attended by more then 50 members including the Club Patron and founding member Janett Burrett.