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#1 User is offline   profhsg 

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Posted 2017-December-16, 15:06

I'm probably missing an obvious answer, but I'll ask. On individual ACBL individual tournaments, non-robotic, if you've posted a convention card, whose card is in use when you get paired with another player?

Thanks in advance.
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Posted 2017-December-16, 15:56

[edit]mwhat i said applies to bbo individuals not acbl In the individual tournaments you are supposed to use the Gib 2/1 cc.
Many people aren't using Gib 2/1.
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Posted 2017-December-16, 17:53

View Poststeve2005, on 2017-December-16, 15:56, said:

In the individual tournaments you are supposed to use the Gib 2/1 cc.
Many people aren't using Gib 2/1.
It is not uncommon to have misunderstandings as most people don't know Gib 2/1 and many don't know 2/1.
Plus you can't communicate to indicate any changes.


He is talking about ACBL human individuals, not about robot tournaments.

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Posted 2017-December-16, 17:54

View Postprofhsg, on 2017-December-16, 15:06, said:

I'm probably missing an obvious answer, but I'll ask. On individual ACBL individual tournaments, non-robotic, if you've posted a convention card, whose card is in use when you get paired with another player?

Thanks in advance.


The default CC used in ACBL indies is ACBL SAYC. There is an automated notice at the beginning of each tournament explaining this. If you click the CC button at the table you can view the card.

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Posted 2017-December-17, 09:42

There's no required CC in indies. You can ask your partner to play your profile, you can offer to play theirs, or you can just assume "standard" bidding. Just try to avoid anything that's likely to require agreement, like 3014 vs 1430 RKCB.

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