Friday, September 27, 2013

Wednesdays in October

It's time to reserve your spots for Wednesday evenings at the Doubleton Club. Regular games don't require signups, but are much appreciated and help us organize the game so we are able to start on time. If you want a special table or direction, reservations are advised. The game schedule for this month is:
  • October 2 - Instant Matchpoint Game - Sign up required! ($12 entry fee)
  • October 9, 16, 30 - Regular games
  • October 23 - Club Appreciation Game - Sign up required!
Are you a SLOW PLAYER? You may plead, "Not guilty," but directors know who you are. If you want to improve your tempo - and get the director off your back - here's one possible solution. Learn to claim! You will save time on the easy hands for use later on the difficult ones. Surprisingly, claiming will also improve your declarer play. Instead of thinking trick by trick, you will soon discover that you're planning your play in advance, an essential skill for a bridge player.

    Reserve (or cancel) your spot: Doubleton Club Reservation Sheet


    Do you want to verify your reservation?  Click on the "Automagic List" link. This list updates automatically, although it does take a minute or two, and date tabs at the bottom of the page provide access to the reservations week-by-week. Note that the Automagic List does not include the standing reserved list.

    Are you looking for a partner for an upcoming Doubleton Club game? Try our partner request formYour request will not be visible to anyone but Lori and Sue.  We will try to set you up with the most compatible person possible. The more advanced notice we get, the more likely we are to be able to find a partner.

    September'S HIGH SCORES

    • Open Section: Will Watson and Geeske Joel - 66.96%
    • 499ers: Devesh Goyal and Reddy Raju - 67.18%

    Heard at the Bridge Table

    Player to partner: "Do you think there's some prize for -3400??"

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