It was great to see so many folks at the non-life master sectional last week. Check out the results below.
We've enjoyed seeing many of you at our sectional. You can see the results below.
It's 2015, and we're excited at seeing you at some of this year's upcoming tournaments.
First up is the Sweetheart Sectional, at Vasa Park from February 13-15. This features our once-a-year 1-session BAM, along with a Swiss and plenty of pairs events.
Next is our Newcomer's Sectional, which is March 7-8 at North Seattle College. This event is specifically held for newer bridge players, and no player who has attained the rank of Life Master is eligible. There are events for everyone here. If you haven't been to a bridge tournament before, this is the one to start with.
Over Memorial Weekend we have our longest tournament of the year: the Knockout Sectional. This year it is Kent Commons from May 22-25. This is a great event to compete as a team; we are offering a two day knockout and a one day board-a-match event.
You can find details on the tournaments at the links above. If you have any questions please let us know.
The team captained by Dick Yarington (Kevin Bolan, Bill O'Brien, John Schermer, Ken Scholes, Leo Schwartz, Dick Yarington) won the Round Robin final 125-59 against the team captained by Kim Eng (John Aslin, Kim Eng, Jeff Ford, Paul Schwaighart, David Taylor). This is the ninth consecutive year the Yarington team has won the event.
Congratulations to the winners of the Flight B Round Robin: Cliff Marx, Dex Stuberg, Galen Hessen, John Massman, Bill Campbell, and Joel Fuhrman. They defeated the White squad 87-74 in the final in a match that came down to a grand slam bid on the last board. The runners-up were Tim White, Renae Gunstone-White, Joe Collier, Linda Yount, Jane Green.
The unit gives out two trophies to winners across all our tournaments: the Microsoft Trophy, and the Jabon Trophy. The 2014 leaders are Harry Steiner for the Microsoft Trophy and Mary Jo Eldenburg for the Jabon Trophy. Keep reading for the full standings.Read More