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David,

S has ready played a at trick 1. So it has 12 unknown. If you take into account of this adjustment, I think you would get the same number as I did.
Dec. 16, 2018
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How did you get North doubleton KQ and played 1 count as 23724? In that case N has 10 unknown cards, S has 7 unknown card (6 is known). So the combination should be C(17,7) = 97,240.
Dec. 16, 2018
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If you play Q and North did not play K, the case for N to have singleton K or void in could not be true. This changes odds a little bit. I have finesse probability as
10/22 = 45.5%

Playing A will win in following cases:
1. S has singleton K. Chance is about 26%.
2. either N/S has Kx and 3 or more .
3. N has 3 trumps with 4 or more .

All together playing A could win 62.4%.
Dec. 13, 2018
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This is where you need electric scoring if you've already done it for pair game.
Nov. 27, 2018
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John,

You could choose any number of rounds you want but there are a couple factors you want to consider.

First it takes extra time to move from one round to next especially without electronic scoring device. Players needs to compare scores, calculate IMP and report to you. More rounds would require extra time.

Second, less boards per round means the results could be more random because it is easier to have an upset with less boards. Will your players like it?
Nov. 27, 2018
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Here is a link to youtube video for BOG meeting. Based on what I heard. Baze was cancel for the Fall NABC, but it might be considered if a Senior Swiss could be put into Spring or Summer NABC schedule in the future.

Nov. 27, 2018
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I believe ACBLscore also have an option to have a handicap game. For small game you could also run it with handicap.
Nov. 27, 2018
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I suppose you reference to the following document in your OP.
http://web2.acbl.org/documentLibrary/clubs/SwissTeamsGuide2015.pdf

Club Swiss team game typically runs 4 rounds with 6 boards per round. You let players shuffle every rounds, play all boards (relay the boards between 2 tables) and compare scores. Then report scores to you and you manually input to ACBLscore. You also need to input player names manually. This is what most tournament TDs do today.

If you have Bridgemate or BridgePad, you could use them to run Swiss team and save the problems to have players calculating results and manually input everything. For Bridgemate you'll need my program to do this with ACBLscore. I have a separate post. Please look at
Nov. 27, 2018
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This program is to work with the existing ACBLscore that includes other functions like calculating ACBL masterpoints. It is not an independent scoring software.
Nov. 20, 2018
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Sorry. This was intended to post in the Club Forum.
Nov. 8, 2018
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I just read the new chart. It looks like it outlawed 1NT for lower limit less than 10 HCP. However it also has a rule exception says any bids requires Average Strength could be made with near Average Strength in 3rd/4th seat. If this applies it is still legal to open 1NT with 8 HCP on 3rd seat if the range is 5 or less.
Oct. 25, 2018
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Take a little time to find out what I could do in old version. Some of the features seems not available.
Oct. 25, 2018
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This opening is allowed in ACBL, but responder is not allowed to use any conventional response. This is in Disallowed #7 in current convention chart. I believe the new chart has similar restriction.
Oct. 25, 2018
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There is a beta program for club that has been going on for quite a while. You could call ACBL club support to find out if you could get in. If you could not get information from them, send me private message and I'll help you to find out.

I work part time for ACBL as a consultant. I'm not directly on this project but is on a related project. It is a priority for ACBL to migrate from AS400 to cloud, club website is part of it. Supporting club is going to become more important based on priorities set by BOD.

I also want to echo the recommendation about special games in some post below. I had an early post about GNT game at club in this forum early. This month is also Club Appreciation special games and players could get gold point at club for this special game.
Oct. 3, 2018
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By ACBL alert procedure, you only need announce “could be short” (0-2). My own opinion is it should be alerted. I played a similar opening and I would alert it when partner open 1.
Oct. 3, 2018
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If you don't have a website, you might want to use the ACBL website. Just upload the game file. It could show game results as well as allow you to make an announcement to players.

There will be a major upgrade of ACBL website for club very soon so it would be more like ACBL live for tournament.
Oct. 3, 2018
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Yes. FDCC “as is” is not good enough. I propose to have a new standard that could define CC information for multiple apps. Players could use it for their own system notes. It could be uploaded to online play like BBO, Funbridge and other online site. If tournament wants to adapt it (like those trial in World Bridge Series in Orlando now), players could use their flash drive to plug in a tablet. So there will not be a need to ask any questions during bidding.
Sept. 28, 2018
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These are technical problems that could be solved with technology. If I design it I would make these details optional.
Sept. 28, 2018
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