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The 2019 World All-Fours tournament will take place on Saturday, June 22 and Sunday, June 23 at Nazareth High School auditorium from 10:45 am with breakfast and opening ceremony between 7 am and 10:45 am. Nazareth High school is located at 457 East, 57 Street, Brooklyn, New York with entrance on East 58 Street.

This tournament is organized by the All-fours Alliance USA (AFA) USA, which is one of the largest Caribbean non-profit organisations based in Brooklyn New York. According to the organization’s PRO, Finbar LaCroix, “We are centered around our all-fours card league. Our regular league plays from February to December with a summer break from July to September. Our champions are crowned during our final game in December.”

“We do host an invitational tournament we call our world tournament. It is played over two days with teams visiting from Canada and Trinidad plus our regular league teams,” said LaCroix.

Posted 12:00 am, June 7, 2019
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