The Bridge Diary
by Jude Goodwin
Many famous people kept journals or diaries. Winston Churchill, Mark Twain, Ernest Hemingway and perhaps most famous, Leonardo Da Vinci. Journals can leave a chronicle of thoughts and agreements as well as document successes, events and help you remember important dates. The bridge player’s diary is no different.
Primarily the bridge diary, or duplicate players logbook as it is often called,
Believe it or not you don’t have to have a good memory to be a bridge expert
by Jude Goodwin
With shout outs to The Bridge Guys, and BridgeWinners.
When I first took up the game of bridge I spent hours trying to discover ways to improve my memory, tricks to help me remember the cards, the conventions, the odds involved in the game. But after a few years of this diligence,
But movement is still key.
A recent 16 year study of 3720 men and 1412 women published in the International Journal of Epidemiology concluded that sitting, in any setting, does not increase the risk of an early death.
Remember when you played bridge for fun?
Time for some party bridge!
By Alex J. Coyne © Gifts for Card Players
The game of bridge has always been a social one, and the same is true for most card games. If you’ve ever attended a bridge party at a house or club and loved it, why not consider calling up some of the other bridge players in your neighborhood and arranging your own?
How to eat healthy at your next bridge tournament
So, you’re headed to your next bridge tournament. You hit your hotel where you will be staying for the next ten days, and remember that to keep your expenses down, you didn’t opt for the full kitchen room but instead have the mini fridge and coffee maker combo. And you’re hungry. What do you do for dinner and did you remember to pack snacks?