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  • Auckland Solvers - The Answers

    22 Jan 2020

    Grant Jarvis. It is about 6 years since we had a paper issue of New Zealand Bridge Magazine and in it a regular feature, Master Solvers Club, where a panel of expert players battled with some difficult bidding problems coming up with a variety of... read more here

  • Play and Defend Better: for improving players

    22 Jan 2020

    A Good Question to Ask. Ask who? You are defending a game contract. You cannot skip off for a drink and find a helpful player to ask! You cannot ask partner. Declarer will not divulge!  The only one you can ask is yourself! It is amazing how... read more here

  • The Bridge Zone Radio Show - 079

    22 Jan 2020

      This week's show includes:   Climate Change     Playing Online   It’s not like the real thing…is it?   Tauranga this weekend   No more bets – all sold out They have a full... read more here

  • Canberra National Open Teams Final

    20 Jan 2020

    It was never going to be easy for Don (Rose Don- Michael Courtney, Tania Lloyd- Hugh Grosvenor) in the final of the National Open Teams against Hans (Sartaj Hans, Sophie Ashton, Peter Gill, Andy Hung, Nabil Edgtton). Even though Don lost by a... read more here

  • Canberra National Open Teams Semi - Finals

    19 Jan 2020

    The two semi-finals in National Open Teams at Canberra could not have been more contrasting. In the first Hans (Sartaj Hans, Sophie Ashton, Peter Gill, Andy Hung, Nabil Edgtton) won the first of the four sets 69-2 over Travis (Barbara Travis,... read more here

  • Canberra National Open Teams Quarter Finals

    18 Jan 2020

     Rose Don- Michael Courtney (Don) and Nick Jacob – GeO Tislevoll and Ella Jacob (Jacob) were all in teams contesting the quarter-finals of the National Open Teams in Canberra: 4 x 16 board matches. Don (also including Tania Lloyd- Hugh... read more here

  • Auckland Solvers

    17 Jan 2020

    10  bidding problems from one session. "What's new about that?" you may ask. Nothing! What is new is that we are giving the problems to a panel of expert bidders and also throwing them to you, the readers, to answer.... rather like we used... read more here

  • Canberra Week 2: South West Pacific Teams Day 4

    17 Jan 2020

    Congratulations to the Don and Jacob teams both of which contain Kiwi players and both of whom finished in the top 8 of the South West Pacific Teams. They will contest the quarter-finals on Friday. Leibowitz, the team containing Ashley Bach-... read more here

  • Canberra Week 2: South West Pacific Teams Day 3

    16 Jan 2020

    Day 3 was a good one for Leibowitz , the team which includes Matt Brown-Michael Whibley and Michael Cornell- Ashley Bach. They had three wins which moved them up from 17th to 3rd place, 6.5vps ahead of the 9th placed team (8 to qualify). The... read more here

  • Canberra Week 2: South West Pacific Teams Day 2

    15 Jan 2020

    Day 2 was almost a repeat of Day 1 for the Leibowitz team, the team which includes Matt Brown-Michael Whibley and Michael Cornell- Ashley Bach. They had two good wins but suffered a loss to the strong Buchen team on the last match of the day to... read more here

  • The Bridge Zone Show -078

    15 Jan 2020

      This week's show includes:   The Extremes – feature on The Bridge Zone     What an awesome effort -  Tauranga Bridge Club Thanks for sharing team – check them out Mereana is the Queen of the game... read more here

  • Canberra Week 2: South West Pacific Teams Day 1

    14 Jan 2020

    The second week of the Summer of Bridge in Canberra is dominated by the South West Pacific Teams with 110 teams looking to qualify for the National Open Teams later in the week. As we indicated in yesterday’s article, there are not that... read more here

  • Play and Defend Better: for improving players

    14 Jan 2020

    So Your Finesses Fail? Don’t Take Them! We are going to continue last week’s theme about the age-old art of finessing. It’s possible after reading these two articles that you will not take a finesse ever again. If so, you will... read more here

  • A Week in Canberra

    13 Jan 2020

    The Canberra Festival of Bridge takes place as usual in mid-January. For Kiwis, far more now go to the Gold Coast Congress than to Canberra though we will look at what has been happening from a New Zealand perspective in the first of the two... read more here

  • The Bridge Zone Show - 077

    8 Jan 2020

      This week's show includes: Gobstoppers Do you have people who talk too much at the table?  Here is a tip       52nd Australian Youth Bridge Championships Ibis Eaglehawk Canberra 4-10 January 2020... read more here

  • Play and Defend Better: for improving players

    7 Jan 2020

    No Mirror Needed.  So, how many New Year’s Bridge resolutions did you make? No more overbidding. No more underbidding. You will probably achieve both of those if you stop playing the game! Otherwise, it’s not what you do but... read more here

  • Player Rating Points & Tournament Grades 2020

    1 Jan 2020

    The annual recalculation of player rating points and tournament grades to apply for 2020 has been completed this morning. read more here

  • The Bridge Zone Show 076

    1 Jan 2020

           This Week's show includes:   Tauranga’s New President  - Kate Terry   Shares with us the fun stuff that happens at their Christmas Tournament A choir, attracting toots, lying on the... read more here

  • Top 100 All Time Masterpoint Earners

    1 Jan 2020

    Updated- as at 31 Dec 2019 read more here

  • 2019 and all that Monday answers.

    31 Dec 2019

    So, to the answers of our 5 questions from yesterday. I hope you have enjoyed these not too hard (well, maybe they were!) not too serious questions. We will continue to allocate 10 marks per question. If you have scored close to 200 over the 4... read more here

  • The Bridge Zone Show 075

    31 Dec 2019

      This week's show includes:   We talk is there a difference between a Lady or a Woman?   Do you suck the pen or pencil? Ladies may wear a skirt yet only a woman would use the skirt to her advantage at the table  ... read more here

  • 2019 and all that. Sunday answers and more questions.

    30 Dec 2019

    You should be getting into the routine by now...5 questions per day and first of all the answers from the previous day. 10 marks maximum per question with some bonus marks thrown in. So, let's look at the answers to yesterday's questions. 1. Who... read more here

  • Play and Defend Better: for improving players

    30 Dec 2019

    TWO LITTLE CLUES FOR ONE SUCCESSFUL DEFENCE It is always harder at the table to spot the right defence than when you are given a problem. When given a problem, there is usually a catch! So, let’s finish the bridge year with you as the... read more here

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