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Bud Hinckley
Bud Hinckley
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Member Since
June 30, 2010
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15 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Director
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Country
United States of America

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Regular Bridge Partners
Charles Clarke, Richard Mao, Howard Piltch
BBO Username
BudH
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
Charles Clarke - Bud Hinckley
2 over 1 of a major game forcing
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Richard Mao-Bud Hinckley-Howard Piltch
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First Dupli-Swiss at ACBL club - positives and negatives
Bill tells me he arranged the tables in a more traditional pattern at the expense of having to caddy the same physical copies of the boards between the two tables of each match. .........A5............B5 A3....A4....B3....B4 A1.....A2....B1.....B2 I suspect it was desired to keep ...
First Dupli-Swiss at ACBL club - positives and negatives
Tom, we have four Swiss events each month (two Sundays and two Tuesdays). Only one of those has a 399er group which also plays a team event. Usually it is 3 to 5 teams as a round robin. We presently have no plans to use preduplicated boards with the 399ers ...
First Dupli-Swiss at ACBL club - positives and negatives
For those in ACBL land, has anyone seen a Swiss conducted Aussie style where your home table is permanent where a team’s NS pair plays? I might try running it that way for a club game only if I figure out how to use the Bridgemates for score entry.
First Dupli-Swiss at ACBL club - positives and negatives
All of the games at my club, including the Dupli-Swiss games, use The Common Game boards.
First Dupli-Swiss at ACBL club - positives and negatives
Speaking of color designations, if we had only four sets of boards which would mean a use of two "triangles" and two "pairs", the two triangles would be A1/A2/A3 (white) and B1/B2/B3 (yellow) involving the same match. The "pairs" would be C1/C2 (green) and D1 ...
First Dupli-Swiss at ACBL club - positives and negatives
You hit the nail on the head on the advantages for 3 boards on each table. Only one transfer of boards during the 6-board round and no issue if there is a very slow board at one table which might cause a table to wait or to ask the Director ...
First Dupli-Swiss at ACBL club - positives and negatives
My club's second attempt at running a Dupli-Swiss was completed in the last half hour. 10 teams, 4 rounds, 6 boards per round. When I ran the first one (12 teams), I set it up as two 6-table "A" and "B" groups of tables with 2 boards per table ...
First Dupli-Swiss at ACBL club - positives and negatives
Robin, what happens if the two tables in the same match are directly next to each other? It appears in an Australian format, if Table 1 NS and Table 2 NS are stationary for Teams 1 and 2, and if they are paired against each other, is there a stipulation ...
Is there a good reason to declare an overall winner comparing both directions?
13x2 8-table Howell: if I can afford having only three stationary pairs. And if I can avoid the players killing me!
Is there a good reason to declare an overall winner comparing both directions?
“With 7.5 tables I always use the H8ROVER movement.” My most hated movement - one positive (which matters to some of my club players) - 26 boards played instead of 24. Everything else negative when only one of 15 pairs play boards with both NS and EW cards, yet is a ...
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