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The New Hampshire Bridge Association (NHBA) is Unit 150 in District 25 of the American Contract Bridge League. It is comprised of an all-volunteer Board and more than 500 active members of the bridge community in the State of New Hampshire.

NEWS

Upcoming New England Regionals


Upcoming New Hampshire Sectionals


Upcoming Sectionals in Other NE States

Changes to ACBL Tournaments in 2014
Click Here for a complete list of changes including Mid Chart, SuperChart, and alerts.

Hospitality Volunteers Needed
For the Summer Regional in Nashua. Click here to get involved.

Faster and Better Tournament Results Begin in April!
The New Hampshire Bridge Association Spring Sectional in Newington, NH, April 26-27, will mark the beginning of an era in which the results of pairs events will be available much more quickly than has been the case in the past.

We will have a computer at the playing site that can upload the results to this website (nhbridge.com) as soon as they are finalized and processed. If you have a smartphone with a Web browser (or a laptop with a modem), you can read the overalls and your own matchpoint results on the way home. This will be our first attempt, however, so please don't expect perfection.


Pairs results will have the same BridgeComposer format used at the Bridge Spot in Woburn: hand record diagrams with double-dummy analysis and complete scoring tables, including boards matchpointed across multiple sections. These are created by combining hand records with BridgeMate and ACBLscore data files.

Example
Click here to see an example of what the new BridgeComposer format will look like. The example is the November 2, 2013 sectional open pairs in Newington. Unfortunately, it's the only complete set of data files available from 2013.

For Newer Players
Players who have a real desire to advance at the game can learn a huge amount from studying their pairs results. Now that complete matchpoint tables are available, we recommend that you do so the same day,
while the hands are still fresh in your mind.

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