Local bridge with Myrnie McLaughlin

  • Posted: Sunday, September 1, 2013 1:25 a.m.

This past week many of us went to Charlotte for the regional tournament, pursuing dreams of Gold.

At this writing I don’t know how our players did. I will report next week if we had any Life Masters coming out of it. Our Friday August 23 Evergreen game was well attended and the competition lively. Winners were: First, Wade Lowder and Marvin Query (our author); second, BettyBonner Steele and Betty Bills; third, Harold and Carol Winecoff; fourth, Marie Pugh and Ruth Bowles.


This was board # 2 from Evergreen. N/S vulnerable East dealer. The Pugh/Bowles pair scored best N/S defeating their opponent’s 3NT E 4 tricks while the McLaughlin’s scored best E/W by making their 2NT E contract.

NORTH:

S  K J 8 5 4

H  A K T

D 8 5

C  T 9 4



WEST:  EAST

S  T S  A Q 6 2

H  9 8 H  Q J 7 3

D  K Q T 7 4 2 D  3

C  K 6 5 2 C  A J 7 3



SOUTH: 

S  9 7 3

H  6 5 4 2

D  A J 9 6

C Q 8



There was no Women’s Club game this past week. We hope to see you next Tuesday at 1 p.m. and Friday at 1 p.m.

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