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  • The New Zealand National Teams Trials

    12 Nov 2018

    The New Zealand National Teams Trials The Orewa Bridge Club was the scene this past weekend for the trials to determine our National Teams for two events in 2019, the Asia Pacific Bridge Championships (APBF), to be held in Singapore, in June, and... read more here

  • NZ National Teams Trials

    9 Nov 2018

    Link to Results read more here

  • NZ Open Team Trial- BBO VuGraph Schedule

    9 Nov 2018

    Timetable Here read more here

  • Tales of Akarana 5

    9 Nov 2018

    DESPERATE MEASURES Whether you are a declarer or a defender, when the chips are down, you do not want to go down without a fight. The odds may seem against you but there may just be a chance. Can you take it? Firstly, you are in the driving seat... read more here

  • Otago- Southland News with Brad Johnston 1

    7 Nov 2018

    Greetings from the South, Since Moss has last updated you, we’ve had a few tournaments to test our mettle in and a few high finishes in National events (although at this point I feel that everyone is all “Congressed out”).... read more here

  • The Bridge Zone 020

    7 Nov 2018

    Open this post to enjoy this week's episode of The Bridge Zone.  This week we hear about the Babich pairs winners - Interview Hugh McGann - Irish International - Ed Roggeveen TOPS director & did Bruce select the Melborne Cup... read more here

  • Play and Defend Better: for improving players 4

    6 Nov 2018

    SIGNALS DO MATTER. They do not have to be complex. They are, though, very important. You cannot manage without getting some help from your partner. Take the following example: South DealsN-S Vul ♠ K J 10 8 2... read more here

  • Babich Winners

    5 Nov 2018

    Another Babich New Zealand Wide Pairs took place on the evening of Friday November 2nd…and seems to have been an enjoyable evening around the country. We had 55 clubs participate this year with 986 pairs playing, slightly down on last... read more here

  • Babich Wines New Zealand Wide Pairs

    2 Nov 2018

    Check your across the field results in this year's New Zealand Wide Pairs. There are 55 heats of this event being played on the evening of Friday November 2nd, all merged into one results table.   Press this link to see yours and all the... read more here

  • Tales of Akarana 4

    2 Nov 2018

    MISFITTING “MAYHEM” It seems a good philosophy that when your and your partner’s cards fit well together that you can bid relatively aggressively though when they do not, stay as low as you can….and best do not bid at... read more here

  • Host Clubs- NZ Wide Pairs 2018

    1 Nov 2018

      Participating Clubs as at 1st November 2018   Alexandra   Ashburton   Auckland   Cambridge Christchurch Dargaville Feilding Franklin Gisborne... read more here

  • Worthwhile Weekend in Auckland

    1 Nov 2018

    The weekend of 27th/28th October was certainly a worthwhile one bridgewise in Auckland this year. The Auckland Club itself ran its own excellent Wes Dodd event on the Saturday though while that was taking place, and for many hours either side,... read more here

  • THE BRIDGE ZONE 019

    31 Oct 2018

    Open this post to enjoy this week's episode of The Bridge Zone.  Jane and Bruce look at Why join a club?  Etiquette around beginners is considered and how transfers and super accepts work - are the subjects under discussion.  Enjoy... read more here

  • Waikato Bays News 1 with Anna Kalma

    31 Oct 2018

    Breaking news is the New Zealand success at the Spring Nationals in Sydney including our local international duo – from left Jenna and Christine Gibbons who paired with Steph Jacob and Rebecca Johnston from Auckland to take out the... read more here

  • Play and Defend Better: for improving players 3

    29 Oct 2018

    Right Opening…Right Play….Right Double. Look at the two wonderful hands below. If you had the choice of defending the opponent’s 6S contract, doubled, for one or two down (naturally, they are not vulnerable) or play in your... read more here

  • Kiwi Success at Sydney Spring Nationals

    28 Oct 2018

    Sydney’s annual mid- October Spring National events saw some excellent results for New Zealand based players. The Dick Cummings Open Pairs was won by Michael Whibley and his Australian partner, Phil Markey. The TBIB Spring National Open... read more here

  • Top International Bridge Press Award goes to New Zealand Player

    27 Oct 2018

    GeO Tislevoll has won the International Bridge Press Association (IBPA)award for the best defended hand of 2018. This has just been presented to him at a ceremony in Sanya, China on October 25th.  GeO is a current New Zealand Open... read more here

  • Tales of Akarana 3

    26 Oct 2018

    The Lure of the Vulnerable Game. It’s Teams. We’re vulnerable. We have enough high card points to make game a possibility. Should we therefore go for gold? It seems many of us tried at the wrong time on this evening. So, a couple of... read more here

  • Auckland News with Douglas Russell

    25 Oct 2018

    As the weather becomes a little more spring-like and our thoughts turn to planting out our veggie gardens and planning our summers, the more single-minded souls of the bridge world continue in their relentless quest for glory and A points. As... read more here

  • Play and Defend Better: for improving players 2

    24 Oct 2018

    ONE EXTRA CHANCE “All I wanted was an even trump break and I would have had a claim” exclaimed the declarer as another slam bit the dust. While that comment was true, the declarer did not give himself that one extra chance of making... read more here

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