M C & G Bridge Studio 1-Nov-2015
MCG Bridge Studio
TIP OF THE WEEK:
of the boards at each table. The Laws of Duplicate Bridge state:
"Any contestant remaining at a table throughout a session is
primarily responsible for maintaining proper conditions of play at the
table". The Boards are everyones responsibility but a stationary
pair is more responsible than others. Bridge etiquette suggests that
North is responsible for proper observance of all procedures and for
maintaining proper conditions of play at the table. Even though
North is often responsible for turning the boards, the other players may
assist with permission.
to Bill Ellis & Susan Hill-Ellis for their 76.5% game on
Friday morning. And kudos to Jill who directs this short, relaxed,
quiet and well run Friday morning game. She makes all our NEW
players feel so welcome and so at ease - if you haven't tried it come on
out Friday morning at 9:30 (under 100 masterpoints only).
Knickle's boxes for food donations to help the St. Paul's Family Resources
Food Bank are in place, and we have a couple of donations. All
contributions are welcome.
to the winners of the North American Pairs "B" - Brian
Maciver & Mark Golding; Gerardo Malazdrewicz & Mike Tanner;
Maureen Donovan & Scott Rappard. 14 1/2 tables - 2
sessions. Well Done!
WHAT IS HAPPENING
THIS WEEK AT THE BRIDGE -
Please note November Calendar attached.
at 7:00 is a Club Championship game!! Wednesday at 7:00 is back on
track - still just $6.00 per player and this week we have a Canadian
Bridge Federation game - TRIPLE points and they are RED!
St. Vincent this weekend. Friday morning 99er pairs is still
on however the afternoon game is cancelled for this week!
hope to see the rest of you at the Mount. Need a partner for the
weekend sectional? Let Bill know - firstname.lastname@example.org
BRIDGE STUDIO ANNUAL MEMORIAL GAME -- Wednesday November 11th at 7:00.
The Bridge Studio will be closed in the morning and open for the 1:00 game
and the evening Memoria Game - this will be an Upgraded Charity Club
FOR THE STUDENTS
OF THE GAME:
have the following:
open 1D and partner responds with 1H. What is your rebid?
Solution to last
do you play at trick two?