EBED Simultaneous Pairs
2020 EBED Sim Pairs
The dates for EBED Sims are:
Spring Simultaneous Pairs - Monday 11th to Thursday 14th May
Autumn Simultaneous Pairs - Monday 7th to Friday 11th September
These are open to all bridge clubs, whether affiliated to the EBU or unaffiliated. Affiliated clubs should register to take part through My EBU on the EBU website. Unaffiliated clubs should contact firstname.lastname@example.org - there is no surcharge for unaffiliated clubs.
All profits from the events go to EBED, and help to fund its activities promoting and developing bridge in England for the benefit of all players.
EBED Sim Pairs 2019
Thank you to everyone who took part in the EBED Simultaneous Pairs in May and September, and to the clubs which hosted heats.
The full results for each day of the 2019 events are available through the EBU website.
The proceeds from both the Spring and Autumn events will go to help our work in creating the new bridge players, and bridge teachers, which are necessary for the game to thrive. Thank you to everyone who has taken part.
The EBED Students & Schools Simultaneous Pairs
The 2020 EBED Student and Schools Sim Pairs are currently underway throughout February and March 2020, with separate events for Minibridge and Bridge. They are open to anyone attending bridge classes, and are free to enter. If your group would like more info please click here or to take part please contact Richard Banbury - 01296 317218, email@example.com - for more information
The equivalent 2019 EBED Student and Schools Sim Pairs event saw 90 pairs from 13 clubs take part in the Minibridge and 351 pairs from 38 clubs in the bridge section.
The Bridge For All Minibridge Simultaneous Pairs
This event, organised by EBED, with schools and beginners groups able to participate in a nationwide minibridge competition took place in November 2019.
The event is a great way for bridge students to put what they have learned in to practice in a national competition. The hands can be played any time over an approx 4-6 week period, and a commentary booklet is available to help participants know what they could, and perhaps should, have done.
!If your group would like to take part please contact Richard Banbury - 01296 317218, firstname.lastname@example.org - for more information and to receive the relevant hand records and commentaries.
Final results for the 2019 event can be found on the EBU website