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                 I have talked about the social benefit of bridge
         at the club.
                 I have observed that some of our “smaller”
         games are a great way to spend time with a friendly

         group of people.
                 They provide an opportunity to work on your
         bridge game in a more relaxed setting and you can

         often ask a “better” player what you could have done
         with a particular hand.
                 In fact, many of our “better” players are willing
         to play with you if you ask them. They love the

         game and are just happy to be playing bridge.
                 Why not make the effort to try your hand at

         one or more of the smaller games? You will be glad
                                                                 Charlie
         that you did.






















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