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Member Since
March 16, 2011
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Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

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Favorite Bridge Memory
Scored a 64% section top in my first NABC game (Red Ribbon) with a partner I never played before.
Favorite Tournaments
NABC
Favorite Conventions
XYZ
BBO Username
ping2827
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
Copy of Precision
Precision
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Precision - GCC
Precision
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Precision with Mark
Precision
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Basic 2/1 with Mike Ma
2 over 1
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Two questions on team games
Kevin, See my response above and the video about how to run Swiss team with Bridgemate.
Tied pairs winners in a 5 table howell.
Try to score the game with handicap and see if you have a winner.
Our Implementation of Hand Records in Bracketed Round Robins
This discussion here propmted me to think some other ways to run Dup-Swiss. So far most Dup-Swiss I know is run with barameter style. All tables in round one play the same set of boards. Then round two play the next set. This will need a lot of boards (my ...
Questions on Bridge Mates and Dealing Machines
You don't need to reset bridgemate one by one. There are two copies of data in Bridgemate. One is stored in your computer. The other is in Bridgemate Server (the box connected to your computer USB port). At the end of game if you just turn off Bridgemate server ...
Two questions on team games
The short answer to your first question is ACBLscore is a very old program (initially DOS based) and its developer has retired from ACBL a couple years ago. ACBL has decided not to make any changes in ACBLscore a few years back. However I have a solution if you want ...
Our Implementation of Hand Records in Bracketed Round Robins
This is the BAM movement.
Our Implementation of Hand Records in Bracketed Round Robins
@Mike, I just realized you are from D4. I'm aware of your area running Swiss using duplicated boards. Now you could even using Bridgemate for it so players could eventually see their results on each board just like pair game. PM me if you want to learn more.
Our Implementation of Hand Records in Bracketed Round Robins
There are other districts and club that play regular Swiss team with pre-duplicated boards in a similar way. For each round every team play the same set of boards (i.e. 1-6), you could play 2 boards per table and just the boards twice in whatever way convenient.
Our Implementation of Hand Records in Bracketed Round Robins
Could you clarify your board movement? I think it would make sense for A1-A2-A3 to be a group and rotate boards 1-6 among them for round 1. Similarly B1-B2-B3 for 7-12 and C1-C2-C3 for 13-18. Then you rotate for board sets A<-B<-C<-A for round 2.
Was there any consideration given to running a 6K Soloway alongside the main event, as done for the Spingold?
6K Soloway makes more sense since the seeding for 6K event currently does not reflect team's real strength.
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