Club Managers Newsletter
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ACBL Club Game Results Program
If you are a club manager and already signed up for this program, Click here to log in and upload your club game results.
If you are a club owner/manager and want to take advantage of ACBL’s free online posting of club results program, Simply click on “Sign Up” button below and complete the short sign-up form.
You need not own your own website. You can post your game results using our Upload Manager and you and your players can view the results on the ACBL Website. Click on Sign Up button to participate in this program.
ACBL is proud to introduce its new online Resource Center, your one-stop shop for everything bridge! The ACBL Resource Center is designed to be a convenient, easy-to-use tool that allows members of the bridge community to order or download virtually anything they need to grow the game, support their clubs and improve their skills.
The Resource Center is the new hub for all things bridge, and contains all materials offered by the ACBL in one place. The best part – ordering online is as easy as shopping on Amazon, and EVERYTHING, including shipping, is free.
The Resource Center has materials for players, district and unit officials, teachers and club owners to do anything from promote their club locally to get started for fundraising for next year’s Longest Day efforts.
Special Games for Clubs Chart
This chart provides you the masterpoint rating, how often the games may be held and ACBL sanction fees. Click here to view or print.
“The Rest Are Mine” (Newly Revised)
Or are they? When is a claim a claim? Is the 2 a minor penalty card or a major penalty card? Well, that depends. When does declarer’s card become a played card? When is a revoke not a revoke? Do you know all the answers? Are you sure?
Welcome to Ruling the Game, our latest online learning course. While designed particularly for club directors to polish their skills, the course also will benefit players looking for a better understanding of common rulings.