ARLINE'S FAVE LINKS!

BEST NEW LINK:  How not to act old

BRIDGE-RELATED

NOTE:  IF YOU ARE THE FIRST TO TELL ME ABOUT A GREAT BRIDGE SITE:

you will get a prize! 

Best new bridge site:   Bridge winners.  It has shows card by card what the experts played in competition, it has the latest in bridge conventions AND you can fill out a convention card for use with your favorite partner. 

Want to know what the experts are thinking?  Go to their blogs at Bridge Blogging

The ACBL or American Contract Bridge League has a wonderful site with lot of interesting things to do and learn.  HOWEVER, if you are NOT a member, please don't join online . . . each club gets a bit of credit for new members . . . so talk to us, we will fix you up!

New Jersey Bridge League, Unit 140 is our local unit and it is within District 3. A visit to either of these sites will let you know what is happening in our area.  

Richard Pavlicek's has a ton of lessons and puzzles, both bridge and non-bridge oriented. 

Mike Lawrence is a Grand World Master and one of MY personal heroes.  He has an interesting quiz you might want to take.  

Try Bridge Base Online (the link sends you to the home page, you have to click the online part.  Fred Gitelman has developed a super, FREE, interactive bridge program.  LOADS of stuff! 

For novices, The Fifth Chair Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that fosters online bridge education. Fifth Chair's website is a multi-faceted resource for bridge players of all levels.  Wade into their Jargon Jungle! 

In addition to their monthly magazine, The Bridge World created a standard of systems that many players use. It is THE place good players check things out!  

Other Monmouth county club links

Visit Harold Schachter's web site at Lakewood Bridge

Articles by Jeff Goldsmith

Great Bridge Links about says it all! 

Italian players might be interested in http://www.infobridge.it

NON BRIDGE-RELATED

Asbury Park Press

JerseyShows.com (Arline's son!)  and Cinecall soundtracks (her brother!) 

Monmouth County Library

Old Bridge Library

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