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  • Gold Coast Report 20th February

    20 Feb 2019

    KIWIS LEAD THE WAY IN OPEN TEAMS After 4 of the 12 qualifying rounds in the Open Teams, three teams made up predominantly of Kiwis lead the way. 212 teams are contesting the Open competition with the top 6 qualifying for the knock-out... read more here

  • THE BRIDGE ZONE SHOW- 034

    20 Feb 2019

      My…what a view! Gold Coast Open Pairs Event. How did you go? A bit too hard to make a pick, everyone.  I picked 1 pair,  the only real pairing I know, Barry Jones and Jenny Millington... read more here

  • A Lighter Look

    19 Feb 2019

    When Reality Strikes. Back from the perfect holiday? It could be the dream world you have just lulled yourself into. It could be that you are playing a board of bridge. The dream world you are in may be just wonderful but suddenly, unpleasantly,... read more here

  • Play and Defend Better: for improving players

    18 Feb 2019

    “COUNTING MATTERS” Well, not all the time…not on every deal but sometimes giving count and interpreting the count of a suit is vital. Let’s defend the following deal and understand why. You are sitting East and hold the... read more here

  • "Double Dummy", a film about Bridge

    15 Feb 2019

    Double Dummy A4 Flyer.pdf If you will be at the Gold Coast Bridge Congress next week, take an opportunity to see the movie, "Double Dummy", the first ever documentary film about Bridge. See the flyer above. Proceeds go to "Friends of Youth... read more here

  • Gold Coast Report 19th February

    19 Feb 2019

    Here are the best New Zealand results of the last two days. Bobby Richman Open Pairs There is no carry-forward from the qualifying which certainly did not help those like our top qualifier, Jan Cormack. The final consisted of 3 sessions. Each... read more here

  • Gold Coast Report 1

    17 Feb 2019

    The Gold Coast Congress started on Saturday 16th February. It is always very popular with Kiwis with approximately 240 attending this year. First up was the Bobby Richman  Pairs divided into 5 categories, 2 sessions of qualifying followed by... read more here

  • Tales of Akarana

    15 Feb 2019

    It Takes Two to Tango! When did you and partner last agree to have one suit as trumps but end up playing in a different suit? It would be nice to report that it happened this week at Akarana but it “takes two to tango”. At adverse... read more here

  • Otago- Southland News with Moss Wylie

    14 Feb 2019

    Last of a Golden Era in Clyde. Clyde is a beautifully restored historic town perched beneath the awesome Clyde hydroelectric dam, some 10km North/West of Alexandra. Gold was discovered in 1862 along the banks of the mighty Clutha River.... read more here

  • THE BRIDGE ZONE SHOW- 032

    14 Feb 2019

      John McAlister, produces the Bridge Documentary – Double Dummy and tells us of his ventures at the South Island teams and we offer a teaser of his interview with us John McAlister The Bridge Zone Racing Channels reviews the... read more here

  • Volunteer of The Month

    14 Feb 2019

    Volunteer of The Month - February 2019.  Neil McDonald - Taradale/Napier. Like many clubs or organisations, the focus is often upon the President and the committee to “run” the club.  However, behind the scenes you would... read more here

  • A Nail -Biter in Dunedin- The South Island Teams

    12 Feb 2019

    Beautiful weather, an excellently run tournament (in every aspect but especially nice food, as we have come to expect from bridge events held in Dunedin) and a an extremely tight finish. Let’s set the scene. 26 teams from all over the... read more here

  • Board Elections 2019

    12 Feb 2019

    Board Elections 2019   Congratulations to Greg Whitten and Anne Barrowclough who as the only nominees have been re-elected unopposed for a 3 year term of office commencing 1 April 2019.   read more here

  • National Congress News

    8 Feb 2019

      Work and Play DO mix.  Come for just the Weekends. It will now be cheaper. The National Congress is not until late September (September 27th- October 5th to be precise) but it is never too early to be thinking ahead, planning for... read more here

  • South Island Teams - Dunedin

    8 Feb 2019

    LINK TO RESULTS read more here

  • Tales of Akarana

    8 Feb 2019

    A Hand to Declare…But where? Welcome back after the break to some more stories from the Akarana Bridge Club. Akarana closes during December but had a small Rubber Bridge event during January. This week, it was back to normal…and as... read more here

  • The Bridge Zone Show -031

    8 Feb 2019

          Welcome to this week's show which includes: Julie Atkinson joins the Bridge Zone today confirming her path to being a National Director What’s her connection with Palmerston North Bridge Club ? Ethics,... read more here

  • Waikato Bays News with Anna Kalma

    7 Feb 2019

     In Putaruru, they took to the streets at the local Water Festival last weekend in order to drum up some interest for lessons at the local club.    When Jane Stearns is around – dressing up seems to be de rigueur. So we... read more here

  • A Lighter Look

    5 Feb 2019

    Good Advice.    It was the start of a Butler Pairs event at the local club…the usual pre-match chatter with at one table some discussion as to what Butler Pairs meant. “Is it one of those forms where you have to bid... read more here

  • Newsletters from Chairperson- Allan Morris

    4 Feb 2019

    Newsletter No 1 for 2019 -  added  4th January 2019   read more here

  • Play and Defend Better: for improving players

    4 Feb 2019

    “A GREEK GIFT”. Was it inadvertent? Had the declarer pulled the wrong card by mistake? Just take a deep breath before you follow with a low card. You were only entitled to two spade tricks but now seemed to have three!... read more here

  • Auckland News with Douglas Russell

    30 Jan 2019

    Welcome back to our wonderful world of bridge; Biritch the Russian Blue and I both wish you a Happy New Year, and a successful 2019. Read on and see for whom the birthday celebrations at the Auckland Bridge Club were for. Despite the summer... read more here

  • The Bridge Zone Show -030

    30 Jan 2019

        Welcome to this week's show which includes:   It’s official, Barry Jones has lost the plot He’s in a pickle over a new drink and it’s not medicine I suggest random drug testing – and BTW... read more here

  • a lighter look

    29 Jan 2019

    STRONG NO TRUMPS ARE JUST NOT WHAT THEY USED TO BE 16-18 they were in the good old days. Then, we dropped a point and made them 15-17. It’s now pretty common practice to sneak in good 14 counts (what? Any 14 count? No way!). The same point... read more here

  • Play and Defend Better: for improving players

    27 Jan 2019

    Time To Count. Declarer’s hand, that is (well, for today! A declarer may well be able to count a defender’s hand too.) Is that something you never do, rarely do, try and do but get stuck and confused or always do? Be honest. While a... read more here

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