4618 E. State Blvd.
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The Fort Wayne Duplicate Bridge Club is
a non-profit organization set up to coordinate duplicate bridge games in the
Fort Wayne, Indiana area. Membership is open and the club is affiliated with the
ACBL in Unit 154. A regional ACBL tournament is also held in Fort Wayne at the
Grand Wayne Center each year in the latter half of September. Both the club and
tournament games are provided in a smoke free environment. Please remember that
the ACBL and the FWDBC enforce the Zero
FORT WAYNE DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB
The local club is located on the lower floor of the office
building at 4618 E. State Blvd. It can be accessed from East State Blvd. or
Reed Rd. If entering from State street, turn south at the sign for EAST STATE
PROFESSIONAL PARK 4606 TO 4790. Drive south
to the south end of the second building on the left. From Reed road turn west at
the second driveway south of State Blvd. The proper
driveway is ten feet north of the sign for EAST STATE PROFESSIONAL PARK, REED
ROAD ENTRANCE. Go to the fourth
building on the right.
From Interstate 469 eastbound, take exit 29B south on Maplecrest road. From I
469 westbound, take exit 29 to Maplecrest road and turn south (left). Drive
4.2 miles south to State Blvd.( Seventh stoplight). Turn right (west) and
drive 1.1 miles to Reed Road (first stoplight). The State street entrance is 50 feet west from the
From south or west of Fort Wayne, drive into town, take any
major street north (1 mile north of the courthouse) to State Blvd. , turn east
(right) to 4618. Note: State Blvd. extends all the way across Fort Wayne, from
east to west. You can't miss it. If you reach Coliseum Blvd., you missed it.
Link to Local Map
The Fort Wayne
Duplicate Bridge Club - Exterior, South View
Club Interior Views
Expected Fort Wayne Weather
The following five clubs operate games out of the Bridge
The Summit City Bridge Club which conducts the Wednesday afternoon and Saturday
The 2's Day Afternoon Bridge Club which conducts the Tuesday afternoon
The Swindell Bridge Club which conducts the Tuesday evening games.
The Cedar Creek Bridge Club which conducts the Saturday evening games.
The Ft Wayne Duplicate Bridge Club which conducts the Thursday afternoon game,
evening game, and operates and manages the Bridge Center.
Note that two of the above games have special requirements:
The Cedar Creek game is limited and invitational only.
The Thursday afternoon game is "pro-am" with limits on pair combinations. Life
masters can partner only with novices.
In 1982 a committee was formed to write a Short
History of Bridge in Fort Wayne. They were able to document much of the Fort
Wayne bridge history that up until that date was just in the memories of the older
players. Go to the Club Information page to link to the history
report as written at that time.
At the present time Mike Bonahoom is the president of the Fort
Wayne Duplicate Bridge Club. You may send correspondence to him at
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