Join the fun of Duplicate Bridge at Rayburn Country

Whether you are: A novice, experienced, or want to learn,

Here’s the place for you!

Bridge is the world’s greatest card game!
Don’t miss the fun!

Game Schedule

Open Stratified Pairs - 12:30 2nd & 4th Mondays - $4.00 at Rayburn Country Clubhouse

Ladies Social Bridge - 11:00 Wednesdays at Rayburn Country Clubhouse

Open Stratified Pairs - 12:30 Fridays - $4.00 Lake Rayburn United Methodist Church.

Results

You may view game results on the ACBL site. Click Here

Or you may navigate to the page by clicking the Club Results under the Clubs heading on the ACBL home page.

Learning to play bridge can bring big health benefits. Studies have been undertaken that prove that playing bridge is good for you.

A game of bridge usually involves four players, playing in pairs. To play effectively you have to add up the points in your hand, work out the strategy for your play and concentrate on the bidding to try to work out what cards the other players have in their hands.

This concentration helps boost brain activity and fights the onset of dementia.

Increase in brain activity isn't the only benefit of playing bridge. According to the study, playing bridge also stimulates the immune system. This has obvious benefits for helping your body to fight of infections and helping you to stay healthy.

Bridge is a sociable game. Playing bridge is the perfect way for people who live on their own to make friends and have an active and fulfilling social life. full article

Announcements

North American Pairs - click here for District 16 information.

"When the student is ready, the teacher will come." — Anonymous
"The best bidding system is the one you and your partner understand and use." — Zia Mahmood

Contact Information


For information call or email:

Marianna Carpenter
409-698-9322


Peggy Newsome
409-698-3355


Jane Wood
409-698-3312


Richard Robertson - Club Manager
409-489-2461

Hint

My ACBL is located on the ACBL web site. Just follow the link. My ACBL is your home on the ACBL site. You can set preferences, check your masterpoints, etc.