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January 9, 2014
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Carson Valley Bridge Club welcomes all players

With each new hand dealt on Monday, a silence fell over the room as close to 30 players put their best bridge faces on. The Carson Valley Bridge Club started Jan. 3, and welcomes all duplicate bridge players. “It’s open to anybody. There’s no restrictions other than being able to play bridge,” club manager Al Walker said. “We’d love to have people come. Everybody plays for fun. We have players ages 60-97.” Walker, 70, played card games such as euchre, Pinochle, cribbage and poker most of his life, and took up bridge two years ago after a friend introduced him …

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