Honors Bridge Club

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As you may already know, all three of our brick and mortar clubs closed mid-March of 2020. One reopened in early May and we are calling it Bridge and Games. Please visit us at bridgeandgames.com to see what we have in store for you when you feel the time is right for you to return to live, face-to-face bridge. As of early June we are already hosting five duplicate bridge sessions, two Canasta and Mah Jongg sessions, and an evening devoted to our Backgammon crowd.

During the time clubs were closed, a brand-new online industry has sprung up. All For One! Online is our alliance of eight New York area clubs that have joined together to provide high quality duplicate games for all level players. You can find a complete schedule of these and all our other offerings at nyc-bridge.com.

Teaching has gone online too. Close to three hundred students take weekly lessons, with many taking multiple weekly lessons. EASY PASS, our discount program, has gone online too, allowing our students deep lesson discounts. Once again, a complete listing can be found at nyc-bridge.com.

Online beginner bridge classes have taken off during the past year. Our teachers use tools that didn’t even exist pre-Covid. We’ve gotten so good at it that I can say with total confidence that the online teaching experience for brand new players is as good, if not better than face-to-face learning. For a list of upcoming classes, as well as a complete description of our amazing teaching techniques, again visit nyc-bridge.com.

For questions please email us at  honorsbridge@gmail.com 

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All the best,
Hope to see you soon.
Bridge and Games and All for One! Online