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Bridge players finish regional competition this weekend

Jan Bromley (left) of Langley and Ineke Boudewijn of Calgary compare cards  during a warm up for their bridge match this week at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre. Waiting in the background are Tom Webb of Calgary and Louise Lott of Bellingham, Wa. About 1,500 players are participating in Canada
Jan Bromley (left) of Langley and Ineke Boudewijn of Calgary compare cards during a warm up for their bridge match this week at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre. Waiting in the background are Tom Webb of Calgary and Louise Lott of Bellingham, Wa. About 1,500 players are participating in Canada's largest regional competition that finishes this weekend.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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