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Open Teams Championship 2022

Open Teams Championship 2022
2021 winners - Team Dead Parrot (Victor, Eyes_bukit, Questor, Mark. and Steve.)

Click here for 2021 Results


The Teams Championship is the major Teams event in the BCL annual calendar. Teams play each other in a round-robin stage in two sections with one 24-board match a month from May to October. There well then be a section one and section two semi final with the two highest placed teams (First one v second two and Second one v First two), followed by a final between section one and section two. The Semi Finals and Final will comprise 32 boards. All matches to be played in the Teams-of-Four Room.

Altered to 2 Sections.

Could Captains please forward their result email each month to Malcolm@bridgeclublive.com .

 

 

  Fixtures       Rounds 1 - 7                  
      Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Rd 6 Rd 7 Playoff Final  
  Play by end of:    May June July August September October November December   Total
No. Team   Team Team Team Team Team Spare Team Team Team  
  SECTION A May                    
    Opponents                    
1 Malcolm SanjeevJ 6 5 2 3 4         0
2 Mumbai1234 PELAGIA 4 6 1 5 3         0
3 BidaS enpassant 5 4 6 1 2         0
4 PELAGIA Mumbai1234 2 3 5 6 1         0
5 enpassant BidaS 3 1 4 2 6         0
6 SanjeevJ Malcolm 1 2 3 4 5         0
7                       0
8                        
                         
  SECTION B                      
                         
11 Newk. Jonathan S  16 15 12 13 14         0
12 Audiothief Dead Parrot 14 16 11 15 13         0
13 DavidF36402 Jennifer Anne 15 14 16 11 12         0
14 Dead Parrot Audiothief 12 13 15 16 11         0
15 Jennifer Anne DavidF36402 13 11 14 12 16         0
16 Jonathan S  Newk. 11 12 13 14 15         0
17                        
18                        
  Scores shown in Red are adjusted or assigned scores                
                         
  Captain   Team Members                  
1 Malcolm   Houdini, EmbletonD, Hanna              
2 Mumbai1234   ARUNM, DavidT38936 and YO-YO              
3 BidaS   Impostor, JeanS40346, and jenniec              
4 PELAGIA   Rastus, Yodayoda, SarahB, HazelM              
5 enpassant   NickS7144,  JustinSpratt & up the deise             
6 SanjeevJ   Nuttyprof, Llama999, Bernie355              
11 Newk.   Saeed, S.A.A, Kirjava, JJJ20, Justine              
12 Audiothief    Mayke Brewer Chiton                
13 DavidF36402   JohnT91328, JillB12923, and KarenK34386             
14 Dead Parrot   Victor, Steve, Mark, Quaestor and Eyes_Bukit.            
15 Jennifer Ann   DavidWMC, DavidFW, BrunoR42152, TurgayD, U L F            
16 Jonathan S    Andy W , Looney, Looney Jnr, Orinocco, Slarty            
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
                         
Final Ranking before KO         24-Board   32-Board      
No. Captain Total     IMPs VPs   IMPs VPs      
2         0-1 10-10   0-2 10-10      
1         2-5 11-9   3-7 11-9      
4         6-10 12-8   8-12 12-8      
8         11-15 13-7   13-18 13-7      
7         16-21 14-6   19-24 14-6      
5         22-27 15-5   25-32 15-5      
6         28-34 16-4   33-40 16-4      
3         35-43 17-3   41-50 17-3      
          44-53 18-2   51-60 18-2      
No. Captain Total     54-65 19-1   62-76 19-1      
15         66+ 20-0   77+ 20-0      
17    
12    
14    
16    
11    
13    
       
Updated 13/05/2022 19:29

 

 

The use of SSDExtras in this competition is now obligatory and all pairs must make available a properly-completed SSDExtra for their opponents so that full system disclosure as required by the Laws of Bridge becomes the norm. Any pair failing to make available a sensibly-completed SSDExtra to their opponents could have 1 VP transferred from their score to their opponents score at the end of the match. In the event of a dispute the Tournament Director's decision will be final.

Pairs playing uncommon artificial methods are expected to inform their opponents in advance and offer to provide details, as some partnerships like to prepare defences.

Malcolm - Tournament Manager