Earn SILVER points at these tournaments!
You started playing bridge not too long ago and you never played in a tournament outside of a club? These tournament days are reserved for players with less than 300 (200) points or its equivalent. So, do not hesitate to participate because you will meet other players who have begun to develop this same extraordinary passion.
There are four 1-day tournaments, independent of each other. You can participate in only one of them or as many as you wish, morning or afternoon or both.
All sessions are Duplicata Pairs: 10:00 and 14:30 Saturday and Sunday.
Program – November 4 and 10 / 0-299
Limited to players with less than 300 points.
Sunday November 4 – Club Bridge Québec (Laval) / 0-299
1600 boulevard Saint-Martin Est, Tour « B », suite 125
Laval, Qc, H7G 4R7 tél. 450-933-9446
Partnership: Francine Viens
Saturday November 10 – Club St-Lambert (St-Lambert) / 0-299
485 av Birch, Saint-Lambert, Qc, J4P 2M7
Partnership: François Bouchat
Program – April 28 and May 12 / 0-199
Limited to players with less than 200 points.
Saturday April 28 – Club Le Mirage (Montréal) / 0-199
9001 de l’Acadie, Montréal #106 QC H4N 3K1 tél. 514-858-5611
Parking behind the building
Partnership: Louise Berthiaume
Results on the club webpage. Select AM or PM, and section A or B.
Come play with your partner. You do not have a partner? You can contact the above mentioned persons, or Christine Bourbeau, responsible for the tournament.
Winners – April 28
AM – 0-200
AM – 0-50
PM – 0-200
PM – 0-50
The results of the sessions will be stratified according to the number of points of the pairs.
The pairs will play in the group that matches their master points.
Group A-X, where A = 0-199 and X = 0-100
Group B-C-D, wherein B = 0-50, C = 0-20 and D = 0-10
In the B-C-D group, no player will have more than 50 points, since a pair with a player with more than 50 points must play in the A-X group. In each of the groups, the points average of the pair then determines the stratification for the points awarded during the tournament.
Players who are not members of the ACBL must determine the equivalence of their master points, according to their experience. Tournament organizers can help to estimate points. The basic question is to evaluate the points that would have been obtained if the experience gained had been acquired in ACBL affiliated clubs.