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Tournament Format
General Conditions of Contest
Bridge Course - Slam Bidding Series I

This course marks the inaugural offering of an advanced-level program for bridge players in Hong Kong.

Course Information

This course aims to offer participants a comprehensive understanding on the mechanism of reaching a slam through a judicious bidding sequence, with a specific emphasis on managing distributional hands in trump contracts.

Contents include the application, development, and associated considerations of Splinter bids, with a particular focus on utilizing the powerful analytical tool known as the Rule of 30.

Throughout the program, participants will engage in a detailed exploration of the principles, supported by diverse case studies, to acquire the knowledge and analytical skills necessary to excel in the topic covered.


Target Participants

This course is tailored for players with a foundational understanding of cue-bids, Blackwoods, and Splinters in the context of slam bidding sequences.



This course will be conducted in Cantonese with visual materials written in English.


Date and Time

Saturday, 16 March 2024

2:30pm to 2:40pm – Registration

2:40pm to 4:30pm – Course



HKCBA clubhouse, 20/F, Kelly Commercial Centre, 570-572 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon



Non-HKCBA members:

$980 per person, $580 per full-time student and elderly who is 65 or above

HKCBA members:

$780 per person, $380 per full-time student and elderly who is 65 or above

One-time Promotion: early registration (on or before 29 February) enjoys extra 10% discount.


Course Instructor

Abby Chiu

- Over 25 years of experience in competitive bridge

- Asian Games gold medalist

- Frequent winner of open tournaments in Hong Kong and Asia

- Multiple time participant in the Bermuda Bowl



Please register via the following link or the QR code



Congratulations to Team of Six Winners!

With 6 teams playing 2 round robins, the team Golden Micky was leading since round 2 of the first round robin.

HL Hau, Kongo Kong, KY Tam, Leon Ng, Micky Law, Terence Chan, Wilson Leung and Yiu Wai Sing, were able to maintain the lead till the end of the championship. Congratulations to their outstanding performance!

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