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 Bridge is a partnership game enjoyed by card players all around the world.

 Whether you've never played bridge before or have been playing bridge all your life — this is the site for you!  

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Learn Bridge in A Day?
Learn Bridge in A Day? Can you learn bridge in a day? Yes!
Whether you are a beginner or returning to bridge, it’s the perfect place to start. Come with a friend — or make new ones! See why bridge is the world’s most popular card game.. For full details click here for a copy of the brochure.
Summer Classes at the Family Life Center and the GYM!
Stay in shape this summer. Keep your bridge skills sharp. Learn more and amaze your friends in the Fall with your expertise!. Click here for a full listing.
Spring 2014 Classes and Workshops at the Family Life Center of 2nd Ponce or the Gym at Peachtree Presbyterian!
Family Life Center classes, click here to see the flyer.
Gym at Peachtree Presbyterian classes, click here to see the flyer.
Once-a-week classes not for you? Try a Two-hour Workshop.
Only have a couple of hours in your busy day? Join me for some ‘one-topic’ workshops. Please pre-register for classes with the Family Life Center. Registration opens January 3rd. Textbook included for all classes. Click here for a full listing.
Advanced Workshops are now scheduled at The Gym at Peachtree Presbyterian
Click here for a full listing.
New Open Classes at Peachtree Presbyterian
I’ll be teaching my first class at Peachtree Presbyterian starting this January. Check their website for a complete listing of classes and workshops.
Do you want to learn to play bridge?  Whether you need lessons in beginning bridge or are working to improve your game... I have something for you.  Check out the classes page for a full listing of my classes.
  • Beginning and advancing players I offer instruction in social or duplicate bridge.
  • Experienced players
    Workshops and supervised play are available for those who want to improve their game.
  • Advanced players
    Workshops, supervised play and individual instruction, as well as an approach geared toward improving your partnerships, are available.
 Individual, partnership and group bridge lessons can be tailored to meet your needs.
Bridge with Patty is on Amazon! Your Bridge to Conventions series is now available on Amazon. Just search for Patty Tucker or try this link.
Longest Day (June 21st 2013)
Read how Bridge Trumps Alzheimers!
Pictures from the Longest Day event
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Whirlwind Bridge just won ABTA Intermediate Book of the Year for our 'Cuebidding 1 - Controls'

Do you know a School Teacher? A Principal? One of the biggest challenges faced in the promotion of youth bridge is to educate our school administration and parents about the value that bridge can add to a child’s life. Please help promote youth bridge by sharing this information with those you know. More information is available on the Bridge Teachers for Youth and Atlanta Junior Bridge websites.

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At the Callaway Gardens Winter Bridge Retreat we had a wonderful group of guests, a nice teaching venue and good weather. This all combined to make a great experience. We hope to see all of you soon!

For some great pictures check out our album. http://bridgewithpattyandsamcallaway.snapfish.com/snapfish




My Whirlwind Bridge partner (Melissa Bernhardt) and I went to Lexington Va and presented a Learn Bridge In A Day? to the local community and the Washington and Lee University students - "Town & Gown". What a great time we had and what a wonderful group of young people!

The first day we were there the Lynchburg ABC news affiliate came by and did a story. Needless to say...they didn't pick the best person to showcase and a few of the quotes weren't exactly what I said....but any news about bridge is good news!


See photos and video of my Georgia State Unit 114 Bridge Hall of Fame induction here.
We had a wonderful time at the Social Duplicate Bridge Game. 196 players, over 20 excellent volunteers AND we made the home page of the ACBL website!

Atlanta Labor Day Regional Attracts Nearly 200 Social Bridge Players

Nearly two hundred social bridge players participated in a Social Duplicate Game during the Atlanta Labor Day Regional held August 30 at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia. The game was designed to provide a stress-free introduction to duplicate bridge and all the mechanics involved in playing for the first time.

Advertised on the grass roots level by local clubs, teachers, students and players, the response was 196 participants. Additionally, local players volunteered their time and sacrificed a day of bridge play in order to make the event a success. There was one helper for every two tables to step the social players through the mechanics of their first game including bidding box introduction, scoring, and help moving from table to table.

“The volunteers were critical in the success of the event because no participant felt nervous that they didn’t know what to do,” said Patty Tucker, organizer of the event. “In this game, the more experienced players were the odd-man-out instead!”

Tucker feels confident that the game was a success in attracting social players to the world of duplicate bridge and recruiting new members to the ACBL. Several participants joined the ACBL after the game and all were excited to have won their first masterpoints.

District 7 held a social duplicate game seven years ago in conjunction with the Atlanta Labor Day Regional and were successful in recruiting 78 new ACBL members. The district is eager to track the success of this year’s event. They plan to hold another social duplicate game before Atlanta hosts the NABC in August 2013 so they may draw even more players to the I/N games.

Click here to see the ACBL article with photos

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