LAWS OF BRIDGE AND REGULATIONS
The latest laws came into effect on June 1, 2008.
As provided for in Law 80 of the 2007 Laws, the ABF has assigned its regulatory powers to the various state associations for 5 years for non-ABF events. The Council of the NSWBA has since decided to recognise all clubs affiliated with the NSWBA as Tournament Organisers. The effect of all of this is that the organisational structure of tournament bridge in NSW will remain essentially unchanged.
- ABF Regulations (ABF Website)
ABF System Card
It is a requirement at all ABF and NSWBA events to have an ABF Convention Card.
- System Cards (ABF Website)
NSWBA Tournament Regulations (effective July 1, 2011)
- NSWBA Tournament Regulations (updated January 27, 2015 - Substitution Regulations deleted)
NSWBA Substitution Regulations
- 2017 New Year Masters Teams
- 2017 Interstate Teams Selection (ITS) updated April 8, 2017
- 2017 ITS Swiss Pairs
- 2017 City of Sydney Teams
- 2017 State Mixed Pairs NSWBA Qualifying
- 2017 ANC Butler Pairs NSWBA Qualifying
- 2016 State Open Pairs NSWBA Qualifying
- NSWBA Swiss Pairs Congresses
- 2016 State Open Teams Qualifier (John Arkinstall Teams)
- 2016 State Open Teams Metropolitan Final (John Arkinstall Teams)
- 2016 State Mixed Teams
- 2016 Women's Teams of Three
- 2016 Schaufelberger Teams
- 2016 State Swiss Pairs Championship
- NSWBA Appeals Regulations effective from 3rd February 2014. These appeals regulations supersede the appeals regulations contained in the Tournament Regulations.
- Appeals Form