The Individuals ("Indys") are ideal for playing in if you like playing with a number of partners in a relatively short single event. The Individuals take place on every day.
|Coming Next||Opens||Closes||Opens In|
|OPEN Individual||Thursday February 27 19:50 PM GMT||Thursday February 27 23:30 PM GMT||18 hours 19 mins|
|OPEN Individual||Friday February 28 18:50 PM GMT||Friday February 28 22:30 PM GMT||1 day 17 hours 19 mins|
|OPEN Individual||Saturday February 29 20:20 PM GMT||Saturday February 29 23:58 PM GMT||2 days 18 hours 49 mins|
|SUN Individual||Sunday March 01 16:50 PM GMT||Sunday March 01 20:30 PM GMT||3 days 15 hours 19 mins|
|OPEN Individual||Monday March 02 14:50 PM GMT||Monday March 02 18:30 PM GMT||4 days 13 hours 19 mins|
|OPEN Individual||Tuesday March 03 19:50 PM GMT||Tuesday March 03 23:30 PM GMT||5 days 18 hours 19 mins|
|OPEN Individual||Wednesday March 04 14:50 PM GMT||Wednesday March 04 18:30 PM GMT||6 days 13 hours 19 mins|
There is a yearly competition, press here for details.
All the Indys comprise two sessions of 9 boards each. When you play the first session of 9 boards you are committing yourself to staying for the second session of 9 boards. Please do not start to play in the event and then abandon it mid-way through.
In the 1st session each player at the table plays 3 boards with each other player at the table, being auto moved by the Server. When the 1st session of 9 boards has been played, players are seated at their Session 2 tables and start play when the table is full, as in Session 1 the players are auto moved by the Server.
Should you find that for 3 boards your partner does not play your system and you don't usually play his/her system, then we suggest that a compromise system is quickly and amicably agreed. It should be something like WNT, 5 card majors, stayman, red suit transfers, weak twos in the majors and double for t/o of pre-empts.
Try playing in the "Indys" at BCL - you might very well enjoy it and is a great opportunity to meet new players and, who knows, build a new partnership?!