The Bridge International Championship, in partnership with the World Bridge Federation, is up and running! For all the details on the BIC click here.
Saturday, October 31 and Sunday, November 1st, there will be 6 BIC Finals tournaments to play. The tournaments will be free, open only to the qualified players, and available to play for 48 hours. Final results will be available on Monday, November 2.
Play at least 4 BIC tournaments to get ranked. You can play more to improve your average score. Your best 4 scores will count for your final ranking.
Any time between Monday, October 26, and Thursday, October 29, play a minimum of 10 BIC Qualifiers tournaments and achieve an average of 55% or higher. Your best 10 scores will be counted. Daylong style and individual, you don't need a partner to play.
Your IP address will determine which country you represent (for example, Garozzo will represent the USA if he’s in the USA). If your country doesn’t have at least 10 players, you’ll represent the “Rest of World”.
BBO BIC FAQ - this page aims to answer all your BIC related questions.
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