An Unusual Bridge Competition by Fernando Lema
We seek human interest stories with minimum technicality and maximum entertainment that illustrate why bridge is a passion, not just a game.
On 27 August, 2014 At 17:05
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Australia, August 27, 2014
An unusual bridge competition has been announced: the organisers are soliciting anecdotes, stories or other submissions relating to the human side of the game (maximum entertainment, no detailed hands). Prizes include $1750 in cash. See www.trumps.net.au or www.trumps.net.au/holidays-a-fun/fun-events/190-tales-from-the-bridge-table for more details.
ENTER A BRIDGE COMPETITION WITH A DIFFERENCE
We seek human interest stories with minimum technicality and maximum entertainment that illustrate why bridge is a passion, not just a game. Submissions, anecdotes and other creative bids will be judged by an independent panel and prizes awarded. What is your best tale?
WRITING COMPETITION DETAILS
- We invite you to write a story or essay of between 500 and 1500 words defining the nature of the passion for bridge as you have experienced or observed it.
- Alternatively, if not attracted to writing a story, you may care to offer a shorter piece, for example: your favourite bridge anecdote, a joke or poem, or your bridge partner’s most colourful point-scoring aphorisms. What was the funniest bridge incident you ever observed? What was the most amusing thing your bridge teacher ever said?
- Your submission (de-identified) will be judged by an independent panel.
- There are prizes for the top 3 pieces, plus other prizes and commendations:
1st prize $1000
2nd prize $500
3rd prize $250
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