Join us for a Brown Bag Lunch and Learn on Thursday February 22 at 11:45, where Ross Dreidger will guide us through some techniques that will enhance your ability to look behind your opponents cards.
Ross is an accredited ACBL teacher with an extensive knowledge of the game of bridge. This is an excellent opportunity to help you develop your bridge bidding skills.
Ross has generosuly offered his time to host this FREEBrown Bag Lunch and Learn session.
Thinking of Joining the ACBL?
Until February 28, New Members can join the ACBL for one-year for $48.40 CDN. Instant Membership Applications are avaialble at the club.
With a one-year membership, you immediately receive a permanent ACBL member number, a one-year subscription to the Bridge Bulletin, and a start at accumulating masterpoints. Starting March 1, a one-year membership will cost $US 49.00 or about $CDN 61.00.
We all ask ourselves, where did I mess up? Join Ken Bowlby on the 2nd and 4th Mondays in February and March after the 0-300 game for some answers on those difficult hands. Ken will help you identify where you Lost it and help you Find the correct play for that difficult hand.
2017 Mini-McKenney and Ace of Club Races
Congratulations to our London Bridge Centre winners in the Unit 249 2017 Mini-McKenney and Helen Shanbrom Ace of Club competitions. A complete listing of all results for the Helen Shanbrom Ace of Clubs and Mini-Mckenney races for Unit 249 and District 2 can be seen on our About the LBC - Masterpoint Competitions webpage.
Helen Shanbrom Ace of Clubs
Down 2 Vulnerable!
Perplexed? Annoyed! Thinking about blaming your partner?
So what went wrong? Why not:Ask Dwight?
Dwight Bender has offered to answer questions for LBC members, in a format similar to the popular Monday morning Lost & Found sessions. If you are puzzled about a recent hand, then you can Ask Dwight how it should have been bid, played or defended.
Just email Ask Dwight providing the session, board number and your question and he will provide you with some helpful tips within 24 hours.
Selected questions and answers will be posted on the website.
Thanks to our Vounteers
Who buys the cookies? Where do we get the coffee? Who loads the dishwasher? Who takes out the recycling? Our Volunteers do! It takes many hands to play hands at the London Bridge Centre.
As a member managed bridge club, the London Bridge Centre relies on our members, our Volunteers, to enable the club to operate successfully. And do we have more than handful of volunteers? We sure do! Just take a look at our Committee and Volunteers page on the website. We all owe our many volunteers much gratitude and a hearty thanks.