Duplicate Bridge Games
As the hands are played in duplicate bridge (about 27 per game), a record is kept of each pair's scores. The data from each hand is inputted into a computer and scores are calculated to determine each player's final percentage of success.
Tournament bridge players don't take a holiday, no matter what the weather brings. In Highland and Calumet Township, they play weekly games on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturday, always with the goal of earning master points.
The Community Bridge Club in Calumet Township occasionally puts down its cards to take up fundraising efforts for important causes.
Lest you think that bridge is only a serious, mind-elevating pursuit, the players in the Calumet area duplicate bridge clubs in Highland and Calumet Township make sure to have fun along the way. Recently, a number of players donned hats for a Wear-a-Hat Saturday.
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