Dorking Bridge Club Training Starts Thursday 4th September
(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 28, 2014 ) Dorking Surrey, UK -- Dorking Bridge Club is holding a series of training classes during September and October 2014 aimed at supporting players who want to move from social or rubber bridge to playing duplicate in a club environment.
These classes will be held in North Holmwood Village Hall, Spook Hill, North Holmwood just south of Dorking and will comprise two sessions, each of 4 evenings.
The first session, which will involve explanation of the specific differences Bridge Training Hand between rubber and duplicate bridge together with general training involving practical examples of bidding and play technique, will be held on the following dates:
4th, 11th, 18th and 25th September.
The second session will involve playing in normal Club evenings on the following dates:
2nd, 16th, 23rd and 30th October.
Each evening will start at 7.30 p.m and finish at about 10.30 p.m. Tea and biscuits will be provided.
David Doyle the Dorking Bridge Club Chairman had this to say about the training "We have identified the need to help players in the Dorking area to transition from their social and rubber bridge to playing at one of the many local bridge clubs. So I am happy that four of our members including myself and a previous chairman Dickie Bird have put this short training together.
It will tackle some of the specifics of club duplicate bridge which include the rules and the way it is organised. It will also give insights into how to do well at duplicate.
There will be sessions on reviewing of the basic bridge conventions. The most important training aid will probably be the supervised play sessions which will be played at a rate similar to the club speed.
The final four weeks will be played in a safe club environment where we have asked members to refrain from complex systems. These hands that are played will also have a summary of the correct bidding, leads and play to provide essential feedback".
The cost of the two sessions (8 evenings in total) is 45 per person but if two persons enrol as playing partners at the same time each will receive a discount of 5.
At the end of the 8 week programme, anyone wishing to apply to join the Club, and whose application is accepted, will not be asked to pay a membership fee for the remainder of the 2014/15 club year.
For more information please contact Steve Hooker one of the trainers on 01306 88 42 42
About Dorking Bridge Club:
Dorking Bridge Club play duplicate bridge every Tuesday and Thursday evening (7.15 for 7.30, finishing at about 10.30) in North Holmwood Village Hall, just south of Dorking in Surrey. For a map click here.
We usually have 12 to 16 tables, with EBU Masterpoints for the top players in each session.
Visitors are welcome and we have a spare partner rota for most evenings so players who come without a partner can play. For information on the guest policy click here.
The Club has a varied bridge programme, including Teams and Simultaneous Pairs events. On these evenings a spare partner is not usually available. You can find the dates of these events on the Programme and Results pages of the website.
Dorking Bridge Club
01306 88 42 42
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