CHANGES TO THE LAWS OF BRIDGE 2017
Most RBC Members will be aware by now that some changes to the Laws of Duplicate Bridge came into effect on 1 August, 2017. This event occurred following an exhaustive review which is carried out every 10 years by the Laws Committee of the World Bridge Federation (WBF).
The majority of the changes are purely technical and mostly affect the very highest levels of the game, ie tournaments at the State, National and International levels but there are some which...
Bulletin of the Australian Bridge Directors’ Association
Issue No. 53 - December 2017
Editor: Jan Peach
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Judgement Rulings (1)
Information from Penalty Card
Some Lingering Misconceptions
Do Your Players Know?
Do You Know?
Judgement Rulings (2)
EBU White Book
What the heck do I do now?
"Partner dithered again & I have a good hand! Now I'm at the 5 level - what the heck do I do now?"
'What the heck do I do now?' is an alternative slant on 'what should I bid?'. Our Brain's Trust will tell you what they would have done in the same situation - whether it is a bid out of turn; unauthorised information or other situations that arise. Once again the Brain's Trust this month is:
Bill Jacobs — A member of Australia's Open Team at the 2016...
Notes From A Club Player
New Year’s Resolutions
by Dar Webb Let’s face it, New Year’s resolutions can be pretty tiresome. After resolving to eliminate junk food, cut down on drinking, and be nicer to your in-laws, what’s left? There’s always bridge, and if you are like me, there’s a lot you can improve. With that in mind, I began asking the players at my club (the wonderful St. Petersburg Bridge Club) what resolutions they would recommend for typical developing...