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Local Bridge with Myrnie McLaughlin

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Our games have been well attended and we are having a lot of fun.  Because of Thanksgiving and the preparations being made, today I am just reporting the facts and only the facts for the games. I hope you all had a great family day.

The November 18th Evergreen game had 8 tables in play. Our winners N/S 1st Fern Albracht and Christy Cline, 2nd Judy Gealy and Carol Bachl, 3rd Nancy Brandt and Tom Johnson: E/W 1st John and Myrnie McLaughlin, 2nd Becky Creekmore and Patty King, 3rd BettyBonner Steele and Rosemary Sokolowski. We have been playing computer generated hands so we have print outs after the game for study purposes.

Featured is board #22 from Friday’s game    E/W vulnerable  East Dealer

NORTH:

S  K 6

H  A K J 8 7 4

Q

Q J 7 5

WEST:           EAST:

S  Q J T 3        S  A 8 7 5 2

Q 9             H  T 3 2

D  7 2              D  K J T 5 4

C  A T 8 6 3      C —

SOUTH:

S  9 4

H  6 5

D  A 9 8 6 3

C  K 9 4 2

The best N/S score 4HN+2 was made by the Fern Albracht and Christy Cline pair, while the best E/W score was 2SE+1 made by Becky Creekmore and Patty King. How would you play this?

The November 22 Women’s Club game winners: 1st Fern Albracht and Pat Macon, 2nd Margaret and Chuck Rimer, 3rd Wayne Pegram and Dick Brisbin.

We are looking forward to our December 7 Christmas Party at the old Holiday Inn on Jake Alexander Blvd. We will gather at 7:00 PM with dinner at 7:30.  If you haven’t signed up and wish to do so, let me know ASAP.

 

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