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  • PLAY and DEFENCE for Improving Players

    25 Jul 2017

    A “Partnership” Slam Much of the time when we have bid to slams (good slams, that is!), the play can be quite straightforward. One must be very careful in the play but barring very bad trump breaks, the line to success should be quite... read more here

  • A Lighter Look

    24 Jul 2017

      There’s Always a Way Don’t we love Deal Master Pro, that little box at the bottom of each hand on the hand record we clutch at the end of any session of Bridge? It can be so reassuring…27 high card points but somehow... read more here

  • Play, Defence even Bid for Newer Players

    24 Jul 2017

    SHOWING A STRONG HAND When the opposition open the bidding with a suit bid at the one level, we double to show an opening hand reasonably balanced between the other three suits apart from opener’s. There is, though, another type of hand for... read more here

  • TALES OF AKARANA

    21 Jul 2017

    ONCE MORE INTO BATTLE In English History, it could be “The Wars of The Roses” between Yorkshire and Lancashire. In cricket, it could be the battle for “The Ashes” between England and Australia. It could be Trans-Tasman... read more here

  • Canterbury News

    19 Jul 2017

    Akaroa have just completed their biennial Beginners Classes, with 11 players receiving their graduation certificates and NZ Bridge Cheatsheet. Their first full night of bridge will be the Mid-winter Dinner on July 31st. The computer will have... read more here

  • PLAY and DEFENCE for Improving Players

    18 Jul 2017

    DIAGNOSIS OF A DISASTER The opposition reached a very poor 3NT contract, with insufficient high card points and no real long suit to run….at least not without a loser or two first. They got a little lucky with the break and position of... read more here

  • A Lighter Look

    17 Jul 2017

     A Bidders’ World. Would you?  Should you?  There’s not any money at stake but you are playing Rubber Bridge and you are winning the match. The opponents are vulnerable and stand to claw back your advantage if they make... read more here

  • Play, Defence even Bid for Newer Players

    17 Jul 2017

    The Finesse That Cannot Fail. Everyone is taught the art of finessing at a very early stage of their bridge career. Playing a small card towards AQ gives you a 50% chance of success, even if you feel that more than half of your finesses do fail!... read more here

  • TALES OF AKARANA

    14 Jul 2017

    Hope Springs Eternal The emotions one can through during the 7 or so minutes you play a hand of bridge can be quite contrasting. You can start off with dreams of gold, a nicely shapely hand with an almost solid suit…and just for once, your... read more here

  • Bridging The Gap for our Migrants

    13 Jul 2017

    English Language Partners New Zealand (ELP) is an organisation which works with migrants and refugees who have come to New Zealand and helps them to settle and become part of our culture while still retaining their own identity. On a regional... read more here

  • A Lighter Look

    12 Jul 2017

    They Do Not Come Very Often…. Especially when your partner opens a strong 1NT! So, enjoy the minute or two bidding such a hand and hopefully you can have a sensible auction to the right spot. One such hand occurred last weekend in the... read more here

  • Otago/Southland News with Brad Johnston

    12 Jul 2017

    To line up with the release of the last season of the popular show 'Game of Thrones', winter has well and truly come to New Zealand. What better way to while away the cold days than in a warm clubroom playing our favourite cardgame? The learners... read more here

  • Volunteer of The Month

    12 Jul 2017

    July 2017: Heather and Chris Jared It is a great pleasure having joint nominations this month with the award going to husband and wife, Heather and Chris Jared. They have been long-time supporters of the Hutt Bridge Club in particular and of... read more here

  • PLAY and DEFENCE for Improving Players

    11 Jul 2017

    THE IMPORTANCE OF…..or Replacing the Guess You can manage without it but without it, it becomes guesswork. You can try and guess what is happening with a deal, what the declarer wants you to do and therefore do the opposite. You can... read more here

  • Play, Defence even Bidding for Newer Players

    11 Jul 2017

    Getting Rid of Your Losers The teacher said when you are in a trump contract, it is usually best to draw the opposition’s trumps. Normally, hopefully, your side has more than they do and you can stop their trumps being a threat. The... read more here

  • Recent High Session Scores

    10 Jul 2017

    The following are the top session scores for June 2017. What a great session for Richard Hishon and Jen White at the Winton Intermediate Pairs. RECENT HIGH SESSION SCORES June 2017     Final     Session %... read more here

  • South Island Pairs Title Heads North

    10 Jul 2017

    Seven North Islanders headed to Dunedin for this year’s South Island Pairs andt two of them returned home with the title. It did not look that way when after the first of the four rounds, Clair Miao (Auckland) and Wayne Burrows (Palmerston... read more here

  • Tournament Results: Auckland-Northland and Waikato Bays

    10 Jul 2017

    Here are June's results from the Auckland-Northland and Waikato Bays Regions. The top two session score came from Mike Curry and Neil Stuckey in Auckland's Lesley Porter Paairs, 133.12% while in the only three session event, Michael Ware and GeO... read more here

  • Tournament Results: Lower North Island

    10 Jul 2017

    Here are the June 2017 results from the Central Districts and Wellington Regions. The top percentage score of the month came from Barry Marsh and Barry Masters, 125.28% in the New Plymouth Restricted Pairs. Hawke's Bay Congress (2nd- 5th... read more here

  • Tournament Results: South Island

    10 Jul 2017

    Here are the South Island results from June 2017. Top 2 session score was achieved by Paula Gregory and Michael Johnstone at the Temuka All Grades (126.32%) while in a 3 session event, James and Sam Coutts scored 183.15% to win the Otago-Southland... read more here

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