Online bridge update 34

The two-hour Monday morning seminar tomorrow (December 14th) will be a mixture of a single topic and another Play These Hands With Me session. Last week was a run through of the play of several hands from the annual Portland Club duplicate competition, in which my partner and I were narrowly pipped for the top spot. To sign up for this and Tuesday bridge there are Paypal payment buttons in this post and also in the sidebar of most pages on the website.

Pay for seminar

14th December 2020 from 9.30am


There will be the normal Tuesday morning supervised play session again this week (15th December), starting at 9.30am. Please let me know as early possible that you intend to join, ideally by early Monday event as it makes it so much easier to arrange the tables and reduce the risk of having to turn one of you away. Annabel will be back this week, so we should be able to run the full four-table session as normal.

Tuesday supervised play

15th December from 9.30am


Most of the group sessions also continue as normal this week, although some of you are already rowing back ahead of the unusual Christmas break we are all facing this year. Looking ahead, my plan is to take the week off running up to Christmas Day, so there will be no bridge lessons or sessions that week. The week after Christmas there may well be some bridge available. Will send out more details of that next week.

On a less festive note I shall be going through my records as the year end approaches and checking whether everyone has paid up to date. The great majority of you have done so, but there may been or two who are inadvertently a little behind. I can only thank you all for your support this year and very glad that we have been able to keep bridge going, despite not having played a face to face hand since the dark days of March.

Here’s hoping for a better 2021.


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