From the Connecticut Bridge Association:
Mid Year Monroe Magnus Race (June 2019)
Unit 126 is trying something new…
A Unit Wide Bridge League (UWL) open to players of all levels.
The concept is simple:
Teams of 4 players with varying MP levels play in Open games at any sanctioned CT club during the League season
(Sept-Nov). You play with each member of your team at least once. Resulting percentages are tracked and the team with the highest overall average percentage wins.
However, there are several important details which can be found in the 2019 Unit Wide League-Conditions of Contest
Team entry fee is $40.
Team Registration should be received by August 24.
There’ll be an information table at the Orange and Stamford Sectionals.
Questions may also be sent to Unit126.UWL@gmail.com.
Special Offer for Non-Members
Play free in your first Sectional. Join the ACBL and get another free play.
CT Summer Sectional
A great tournament not to be missed!
Extra Points Friday!
August 16-18, 2019
New England Summer Regional
Warwick, RI August 27-Sept 1, 2019
The Kibitzer Newsletter
The Kibitzer is the quarterly newsletter of the Connecticut Bridge Association. It contains interesting articles on a wide variety of bridge-related subjects, as well as the results of Sectional tournaments and special games. We hope you will enjoy the articles and other information contained in it. If you have any comments, or wish to contribute an article, please contact the Kibitzer Editor, Robin Sanders.
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Sectional, STaC and Unit-wide Game Results
All of these results will be links to the ACBL Live website. STaC results will also be a direct link to the ACBL.
Starting in 2018, New England regionals, Connecticut sectionals, and unit-wide games will be stratified based on AVERAGE masterpoints.
Results from our Sectionals will be available on the ACBLLive site by the morning the day after the game. STaCs and special games that are handled through the ACBL will take a little longer. But they should be accessible far faster than before.