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#1 User is offline   hrussin 

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Posted 2018-January-22, 07:21

My wife and I are seeking a coach or teacher to help us get started in the fundamentals. We've read a few books but still don't have enough experience to go play at a local duplicate club. Please PM me with your availability and rates if you are available.
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Posted 2018-January-22, 07:37

View Posthrussin, on 2018-January-22, 07:21, said:

My wife and I are seeking a coach or teacher to help us get started in the fundamentals. We've read a few books but still don't have enough experience to go play at a local duplicate club. Please PM me with your availability and rates if you are available.


Where are you?

There is usually a group at various stages of learning in most areas who charge small table money (£2 - £5).

Tip: Go into the Bridgewebs web site, look up the club(s) near you, call their secretary and ask if there's a local learner group
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Posted 2018-January-22, 09:06

View Posthrussin, on 2018-January-22, 07:21, said:

My wife and I are seeking a coach or teacher to help us get started in the fundamentals. We've read a few books but still don't have enough experience to go play at a local duplicate club. Please PM me with your availability and rates if you are available.

BBO runs classes here for all levels Find Maureen here (username hallway) and send her a PM
She will give you more details
It's not a sin to play bridge,but it's a crime if you play it badly(!) ;)
"It is not enough to be a good player,you must also play well"
- Dr Tarrasch(1862-1934)German Chess Grandmaster
Bridge is a game where you have two opponents...and often three(!)
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