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Here is the Common Game Honor Roll for July 2018: 7/2 Lee Potsiadlo and Vladi Basch were 10th out of 116 NS pairs with 59.95%. Tobey Roland and Barak Peled were 8th out of 99 EW pairs with 59.96%. 7/9 Barbara Barnes and Allen Veasey were 10th out of 124 E/W pairs with 61.14% 7/16 Stuart Diener and Tom Cogan were in first place out of 159 NS pairs with a 71.85%!!. 7/23 Tom Peters and Zeke Letellier were in 2nd out of 158 NS pairs with 63.06%. 7/30 Ed Rothenheber and Wayne McDaniel were 3rd out of 98 EW pairs with 66.95%.Ron and Renate Conlon were 7th out of 121 NS pairs with 61.10%.
Most Columbia Bridge Club games now use hand records from www.thecommomgame.com. Club level results continue to be posted on this website as well as the ACBL Club Results page (www.acbl.org). But if you go to the TCG website (thecommongame.com), you can compare your results with all other clubs that participate in the Common Game, (except for those who have a Howell movement). Furthermore, The Common Game keeps track of your results from week to week to help you gage how successful you are compared to others playing the same hands.
We no longer guarantee partners; however, if you call by 7:00 p.m. on Sunday night, we will try to find a suitable partner if your regular partner is unavailable. Renate is the primary contact (443/527-4744) and Ron is alternate (443/622-2730).
Requests for Corrections, Comments and suggestions are welcome. Contact Ron or Renate at email@example.com or by phone at 410/519-1518 or 443/527-4744.
During winter weather warnings check this website to determine if there will be a game. We will strive to have a firm decision posted by noon on Monday.
The Columbia Bridge Club has weekly duplicate bridge games on Monday evenings at 7:15, located at the Church of Saint Matthew, 7271 Eden Brook Drive, Columbia 21046. The scores from each game are usually posted on Monday nights by midnight. For your convenience, we post games results on the website and maintain an archive of older games as well. Results are also posted on the ACBL Home Page (www.ACBL.org).