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Tim Wright
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July 25, 2015
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May 24
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Alex Perlin Wins Second BBO Robot Championship
Well done, Alex!
World-wide Pairs popularity
Because those were the two sessions that it had supported in the past. Originally the World Wide Pairs were Friday only; the ACBL went along with a second, Saturday, session several years ago.
World-wide Pairs popularity
They aren't getting rich off of six extra sessions at $2 per player in fees (less what Ecatsbridge charges for running the event). The extra sessions were added to qualify pairs for the 24-pair tournament in China in October. I have no idea whether the WBF makes money off ...
World-wide Pairs popularity
This is the second year when the WBF has run sessions of the World Wide Pairs in March, April, and May, and not just the two sessions in June. The ACBL has always promoted the June games heavily, and offers extra masterpoints for each. For the other sessions, the ACBL ...
Using BridgeTab on Amazon Fire tablets
Elaine, my club in Massachusetts (the DBC of Winchester) has used BridgeTabs since July 2015. The interface itself has never been a problem. The only disadvantages (for players) compared to Bridgemates are mentioned in Matthew Kidd's article (battery life before needing to recharge, and the occasional mis-tap that sends ...
Web vs. Sections
The section award is capped at 1.50 MPs, but the overall award (0.10 per table, which does not depend on the movement) is capped at 2.50 MPs.
A New Blue Ribbon Pair, II
Each of the diagrams has the 8 in both North and East--I think East should have A43
National Bridge Organization?
The latest Form 990 for the ABA lists it as a 501(c)(7) (the subsection for social clubs).
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: A4 5432 AQ65 752
At IMPs, passing at least avoids a disaster (we probably do not have a game anywhere). At matchpoints, we could easily be missing a partscore that would score very well for us. It would be good to have an agreement that double implied this sort of hand.
ACBL Table Count over Time
Richard, the ACBL has 26 years of club data at this link: Matthew Kidd did an analysis last year of tournament data from 2003 to 2015 here (mentioned in this BW post: I ...

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