The ultimate purpose of the Z-T policy is to create a more pleasant atmosphere at the tables. We are attempting to eradicate unacceptable behavior in order to make the game of bridge more enjoyable for all.
This poster was created as part of ACBL’s renewed public education campaign initiated by Barbara Seagram, Paul Cronin and Hans Jacobs more than 15 years ago.
The poster’s theme, “Play nice,” transposes two words we all like to hear at the table (“nice play!”). The poster also includes a list of ways to Play Nice created by Dean Congbalay of Longboat Key FL.
Posted by Jane Farthing on 28th Oct 2015
We will be using this for our LBIAD? (Learn Bridge In A Day?) class and for other beginner classes in our unit. Love that the ACBL is proving them free. Wish they were larger poster size.
Posted by Debbie Thornton on 22nd Aug 2015
I became a Club Director because of my belief in the need to emphasize the positive side of our wonderfully competitive game and I love this poster's clear, colorful and unmistakable message.
I just wish that both sides could be simultaneously displayed where clubs are short of space.
Thanks for such a terrific visual tool.
Posted by Unknown on 19th Aug 2015
I think it's about time that ACBL promotes ZT. Posters are clear & concise without being over the top.
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