My father and mother taught me bridge when I was very young. My father was a life master and played almost daily at the White Rose Bridge Club in York.
Over the next fifty years I played with family, however, never had played duplicate.
I heard about the Bridge Boardroom and how they provided lessons. For the past three years I have been going there. Edward Scanlon, the owner, is a very good teacher and gives lessons several times a week. The atmosphere is very friendly. There are several excellent players at the club who are always giving advice or impromptu lessons.
His lessons are so popular that there is a contingency coming up from Annapolis, Maryland for the experience.
What I have learned in the past year where I have tried to be a regular participant at the Bridge Boardroom is more than I ever knew from playing for the past fifty years.