renoBridgeClub
cards1ax
cards1x
acbl1

Reno Bridge Center
2850 Wrondel Way, Suite D (click here for map)
(775) 827-3867

members1

Do you want to learn some Bridge Secrets or Bridge“Tricks of the Trade”?  Go to Director’s Blog (Click here).

Members Only is Now available.  Click button above

Up-Coming Club Events

Welcome to Reno Bridge Club, Unit 473

Welcome to the Reno Bridge Center. We have 8 duplicate bridge games a week.   All levels of players are welcome to come and play.  We have free lessons several times of month before some of the games and lots of parking (most days).  We hold potlucks after the lessons and we have many good cooks among us. 

We have a Reno Youth Bridge program that many of our members help teach the school students. We also have 99er and beginner games for those just learning or improving Duplicate Bridge (all 99ers get a discount on Wednesdays). We would love to have you join us and help our club grow. Bring your smile and your best game.
 

Are you a Beginner, Novice, Party/Social Bridge player who wants to learn Duplicate Bridge?  We have Just the thing for YOU.

Click Here to get more information.

Do you need a partner?   No Problem, just ask the Director on “any” day and he/she will find a partner for you to play with!!

* We have Monthly Clinics and Pot Lucks (twice per month).
* We have Evening Bridge Games on Wednesdays.
* On Tuesdays, no two players w/500+ pts may play together.
* We have Team Games Twice per month
* We have 99ers every Wednesday

**ZERO TOLERANCE
The ACBL is committed to improving acceptable player behavior at all times.

The ultimate purpose of the Zero Tolerance policy is to create a much more pleasant atmosphere. We are attempting to eradicate unacceptable behavior in order to make the game of bridge more enjoyable for all.

The following behavior will not be tolerated:

Badgering, rudeness, insinuations, intimidation, profanity, threats, or violence.
Negative comments concerning opponents' or partner's play or bidding.
Constant and gratuitous lessons and analyses at the table.
Loud and disruptive arguing with a director's ruling.

If a player at the table behaves in an unacceptable manner, the director should be called immediately. Annoying behavior, embarrassing remarks, or any other conduct which might interfere with the enjoyment of the game is specifically prohibited. The director has the authority to assess disciplinary penalties.

bridge11
[Reno Bridge Center] [Duplicate Games] [Club Directors] [DirectorBlog] [Game Results] [Teacher's Corner] [Board of Directors] [99ers] [Tournaments] [ContactUs]