In most countries, all bridge clubs have been closed as part of their lock-down policy to defeat Corona Virus.
Now the restrictions are being lifted slowly but it will be some time before large indoor gatherings (like bridge clubs) are allowed. Anticipating that they can invite a couple of close friends to play at home, many bridge players are dusting off their old card tables and realising that it's time for a new one. Perhaps a time to get away from the traditional mahogany wood and green baize and choose something more contemporary. There has been a rise in demand in the past few weeks for Pelissier Premier and Moderne models which are available in different wood finishes and different baize colours.
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With more young women taking up the game of bridge, the demand for bridge tables in more modern finishes than the traditional dark brown with green baize is accelerating. Pelissier offer a large range of models in different wood finishes and baize colours.
What is the appeal of the game for young women? In an era where digital distractions dominate, young women are increasingly drawn to this classic card game that challenges their intellect and problem-solving skills.