Or click the button "My BBO" at the top of the task bar
Select User Profile from the drop down menu.
Your current profile will now be displayed in a popup window. Here you can change your password if you wish, type in your real name (but only if you want to), select your home country and your skill level.
Players find it helpful to put information regarding systems in the "Other" section. Here you will want to show your basic system (SAYC, 2/1, SEF, etc) and any of your favorite conventions. Space is limited here, so abbreviate when possible. You can even upload a picture!
Click on Save changes to finalize your profile.
This indicates you do not wish a skill level to be displayed when people view your profile information.
Someone who recently learned to play bridge.
Someone who has played bridge for less than one year.
Someone who is comparable in skill to most other members of BBO.
Someone who has been consistently successful in clubs or minor tournaments.
Someone who has enjoyed success in major national tournaments.
World Class Someone who has represented their country in World Championships.
Of course, you may at times find that you disagree with another's assessment of his expertise. If this is the case, it is not appropriate to mention this to him via private or public chat. You may be correct, but it may also be that he's just having an off day.
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