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  • A Lighter Look

    26 Jun 2017

    DOWN A BEER OR DOWN THE CONTRACT? Which is more important to a bridge player? Maybe if you are 25 or under..or a year or 20 over, then the answer is obvious. The chance of a free drink would certainly come at the expense of beating a part-score.... read more here

  • TALES OF AKARANA

    23 Jun 2017

    GIVE NOTHING AWAY….NOT EVEN GERBER! One up for Gerber this week. Firstly, though, some thoughts on opening leads to games. Do you attack or go defensive? No-one should answer that question without asking one in return. “What do I... read more here

  • Top of The South News with Jenny Pomeroy

    21 Jun 2017

    Great Week-end for Kaikoura and Westport As if the dead of winter wasn’t cold enough, 4 Nelson players, Kath Orlowski, Lesley Rogers, Rosie Page and Barbara Gordon took themselves off to Alaska recently for a bridge cruise with Ron Klinger.... read more here

  • PLAY and DEFENCE for Improving Players

    20 Jun 2017

    “Don’t Send a Boy on a Man’s Job” The “boy’s” name was Jack.  He was sacrificed, was sent out too early. His loss caused a break-down of the whole operation (contract) resulting in failure. Cause of... read more here

  • A Lighter Look

    19 Jun 2017

    PARTNER’S ALWAYS RIGHT….EVEN WHEN THEY ARE…… That’s right! Partner knows best. You lay down the rules and partner agrees with you. All fine in theory. Let’s tune in to two sides of the bridge table,... read more here

  • Schools' Bridge Pairs

    19 Jun 2017

    HUGE SCORE BY MACLEANS PAIR IN SCHOOL PAIRS COMPETITION Sunday 18th June saw 22 students from Macleans College and Auckland Grammar School take part in a one session Pairs competition at the Auckland Bridge Club. The speed was, shall we say,... read more here

  • NZ 15A Pairs -Wellington

    17 Jun 2017

    LINK TO RESULTS read more here

  • TALES OF AKARANA

    16 Jun 2017

    Nicely Bid: Nicely Played Board 6 at Akarana this week resulted in 8 different contracts being played at the 9 tables with only three declarers being successful plus another achieving their aim taking a sacrifice against game. Board... read more here

  • Central Districts' News with George MacLachlan

    14 Jun 2017

    25 years and going very strong That’s the Hawke’s Bay Bridge Congress which, during Queens Birthday Weekend, drew players from all over the North Island and beyond to its new home at The Taradale Club, the building which houses the... read more here

  • PLAY and DEFENCE for Improving Players

    13 Jun 2017

    COUNT TO SUCCESS It’s not easy and there are some deals where you either have to make assumptions in order to try and count a defender’s hand…i.e. working out where missing honour cards are more likely to be. Sometimes, when... read more here

  • A Lighter Look

    12 Jun 2017

    “What a Pass” Take a step forward, Stanley Abrahams. In case you do not know, he is a fine intuitive Auckland bridge player. Played for New Zealand, too. So, pardon the expression, “no mug”. Lover of the Multi 2 too,... read more here

  • Recent High Session Scores

    10 Jun 2017

    We have five 70% + session scores this month, led by a very nice 73.96 from Adrienne Dale and Miriam Lewin at the Hutt Junior Pairs. RECENT HIGH SESSION SCORES May 2017     Final     Session % Position... read more here

  • Tournament Results: Auckland-Northland and Waikato Bays

    10 Jun 2017

    Here are the Tournament Results for the Auckland-Northland and Waikato Bays regions for May 2017. The highest session score was 69.90% by Jan Cormack and Grant Jarvis at the Howick Open Pairs. Hamilton Ladies Day 3A Open Pairs (2nd May)... read more here

  • Tournament Results: Lower North Island

    10 Jun 2017

    Here are the Tournament Results for May 2107 for the Central Districts and Wellington regions. The highest session score was the 73.96% by Adrienne Dale and Miriam Lewin at the Hutt Junior Pairs. Feilding Intermediate Pairs (6th May)... read more here

  • Tournament Results: South Island

    10 Jun 2017

    Here are the South Island Tournament Results for May 2017. The highest session score was 73.00 by Moss Wylie and Anne Somerville at the Te Anau Open Pairs. Akaroa Open Pairs (6th May)     Motueka Intermediate Pairs (6th May)... read more here

  • TALES OF AKARANA

    9 Jun 2017

            FITS LIKE A GLOVE We are programmed, have it drummed into us to beware of misfits, that high-card points are not everything and to be cautious in our approach to bidding. Over-cautious would be my impression... read more here

  • PLAY and DEFENCE for Improving Players

    8 Jun 2017

    HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL Dicey contract; wrong opening lead. You are on the back foot. Don’t panic. There is still hope! You are sitting East and after you made an “I want to do something but I am not sure what” double, things have... read more here

  • New Zealand in Korea...Day 9

    7 Jun 2017

    Two Contrasting Test Matches While the Zone 6 countries fought for the Zone’s places at the Bermuda Bowl/ Venice Cup, both New Zealand teams played 64 board test matches against Australia. The first 12 boards saw the Australian Ladies win... read more here

  • WELLINGTON REGIONAL NEWS with Paul Maxwell

    7 Jun 2017

    Wellington ANZAC Congress It seems so long ago, the Wellington Regional Congress held way back around ANZAC Day. We used the extra day from ANZAC Day falling on a Tuesday to run a two day Open Teams. We went for a leisurely pace, rather than... read more here

  • A Lighter Look

    6 Jun 2017

    Spotting the difference? 55 boards played…one to go. A nice quick board to finish the day, a quick score-up. The bar beckons. A nice solid 8 card suit . They open 2, meaning, strangely, diamonds…..and you still remember to use the... read more here

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