last updated: 28 August 2016
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WINNERS, WINNERS, WINNERS
The VFBC had
a great showing in the recent STaC week;
we hosted overall winners in four separate sessions.
morning, August 22, Cheryl Abrams and George Matuch had a 67.56% game, earning
12.19 Silver Points
afternoon, Warren Deakins and Herman Schmit had a 67.26% game, earning 16.15
afternoon, George Matuch and Bobbie Gomer had a 70.36% game, earning 17.93
morning, Mordecai Schwartz and Andy Rosenberg had a 70.19% game, earning 13.70
the Saturday afternoon game have not yet been posted…)
TO ALL THOSE THAT EARNED SILVER POINTS THIS WEEK!
overall results, click here…
Wednesday Evening Game Switching to Open Pairs; Saturdays
After Labor Day, our Wednesday evening Swiss team game will give way to an
Open Pairs game. The last Swiss team
game will be on August 31. The Pairs
game will begin on Wednesday evening, September 7. Game time remains at 7PM.
And the Saturday
afternoon game will return. Starting
time for this game will be 12:30.
VFBC will Host Unit 141 299er Sectional…
September 29, the Valley Forge Bridge Club will play host to a 299er Sectional
tournament. The game is restricted to
players with less than 300 Masterpoints. Our regular game will be suspended on
that date. Please note that registrations are being handled by the Unit 141 I/N
chairpersons, not by the Club. (Link to Unit 141 Website…) Note that this two-session event begins at
… And We Will Also Co-Host the NAP Flight “C” District 4 Finals
The District Finals of the
North American Pairs are held in October.
The Flight “C” finals are being held on Saturday, October 15, at several clubs throughout the District,
and one of the clubs selected to host this event is the Valley Forge Bridge
Club. This is a two-session
“play-through” event, with the first session starting at 10AM (second session
should start about 2PM). Five full
tables are required to conduct this event.
Prior enrollment is required.
Bidding” Class Series is Scheduled
of courses on “Contemporary Bidding” is now fixed on the calendar. All classes will be held at the Club on
Friday mornings at 9 AM; the first class, “Understanding Contemporary Bidding”,
is 12 sessions in length and will begin on October 14. Call Dave LeGrow
(484-433-0098) for to discuss or to register.
Check “CLASSES” for more
information and full schedule.