Livermore Bridge Club
Affiliated with Livermore Valley Unit 501 of the American Contract Bridge League
Livermore Bridge Club
The Livermore Bridge Club meets Mondays and Thursdays at 10 a.m. Please arrive by 9:50 a.m. so that we may start on time. The fee is $6 / person, including unit games and club championships; $7 for charity games; $8 for STAC and Longest Day. The club manager is Grant Robinson, 408-857-2740.
Need A Partner?
Our partnership chair is Dan Bergmann, 925-699-8169
Step 1. Click here and join the Unit 501 newsgroup.
Step 2. Send email to email@example.com asking for a partner for a given day or days. The directors receive this mail too, so no need to ask them separately!
When replying to partnership requests, use "Reply" not "Reply All". Your reply will go only to the person who asked. Answer only if able to play.
Please do not send mail to this newsgroup EXCEPT to find a partner. You can pick up a phone / email list at the club, and we periodically send it to the email list.
Use of the newsgroup is expected. Craft your message to describe the kind of partner you will accept, and then please accept anyone replying that fits your description.
A phone list is available if you prefer. For privacy reasons it isn't on this site. Email Grant Robinson asking for one. Our partnership chair can help with last-minute problems.
To be included on the phone list, give Grant your contact details.
Games at Stoneridge Creek in Pleasanton are restricted to residents and guests. An ACBL-sanctioned game is held Tuesdays at 1 p.m. The manager is Grant Robinson, 408-857-7240.
Game At Livermore Community Center
There is an unsanctioned game on Fridays from 1–4 p.m. at the Community Center, 4444 East Avenue, Livermore. This is an informal duplicate game using a simplified mode of scoring. For details contact Marge Henry at 925-447-2735.
All games begin at 10:00 a.m.
About 99er Games
Games for players with less than 100 masterpoints are usually the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month, but check the calendar.
No partner necessary. You are guaranteed to play. Just check in with the director when you arrive
The 99er game will play the same hands as the main game, but usually fewer boards (around 20) so you won't be too rushed.
ALL players are always welcome at any game.
Book recommendations for 99ers:
Please check in and choose a seat assignment appropriate to your playing level before 9:50.
People requiring N/S seats must notify us in advance. If a regular, just notify us when NOT coming.
Notify the director listed for the game on the calendar above.
You may, from time to time, be assigned a direction, even if you arrive early, in order to make N/S available to a wider variety of players.
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