Winners of NABC Robot Individual Practice Tournament #2

This weekend, February 27 and 28, ACBL BBOers were invited to play in the first free 2-day NABC Robot Individual Practice Tournament to get a feel for the upcoming ACBL NABC Robot Individual (March 6-8) 

Congratulations to winkle, who won out of a field of 3273 players. Scroll down to see all the prize winners.

The actual NABC Robot Individual takes place over three days from Saturday March 6 through to Monday March 8.

Give it a go! You just need one decent session to win some red/gold points. Find out all the tournament details here

NABC Robot Practice Results

Day 1 Practice Tournament 1 - full results available here

RankPlayerScorePrize
1winkle79.85Free entry ACBL NABC Robot Individual
2mgokcen77.66Free entry ACBL NABC Robot Individual
3LIONBERG76.55Free entry ACBL NABC Robot Individual

Day 2 Practice Tournament 1 - full results available here

RankPlayerScorePrize
1Kampioen3178.68Free entry ACBL NABC Robot Individual
2winkle76.24Already won
3shireysa75.57Free entry ACBL NABC Robot Individual
4zhenya__S75.31Free entry ACBL NABC Robot Individual

Overall Results Practice Tournament 2 - full results available here

RankPlayerScorePrize
1winkle78.05Already won
2mgokcen72.30Already won
3fmueller172.07Free entry ACBL NABC Robot Individual
4tricks201172.05Free entry ACBL NABC Robot Individual
5royalx70.68Free entry ACBL NABC Robot Individual
6bpope70.55Free entry ACBL NABC Robot Individual
7golfacer70.51Free entry ACBL NABC Robot Individual

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14 comments on “Winners of NABC Robot Individual Practice Tournament #2”

  1. Yeah, I can see how you can cheat. Before you play a board, call all your friends up and find out who has played that board, then ask him/her what you should do. Do that for all 12 boards, and you will end up with a 90%+ game. Easy!

  2. i was also concerned about players cheating by playing hands for a second time.with so many entries you must have many hands available.
    can you just cofirm how many hands deals you use.\\this will make it clear that bridge players can play duplicate at 80%

  3. Is there some easy way to find out where you placed. I get dizzy going through all the results. It would be awesome to just click on your log in and find your results

    1. Hi Sarah,

      Very easy to do. Pull up the results. Click the Ctrl+F keys (means Find) then type your BBO username in the Find in page space in the bottom left hand corner of the screen, and click Enter. Then use the down arrow keys you'll see next to the Find in page space where you typed your username. Easy peasy 🙂

  4. I want to know if the tournament will be stratified by points. I don’t want to sign If there is no stratification because most of the players will be more experience than me.I would appreciate an answer soon so that I can sign up if indeed it is a stratified game. If the robot tournament is stratified can you tell me what this ratifications will be. Thank you

    1. one could log in under the online name of a friend and play the tournament. then, after getting results, play again under your real name. I of course have not done this, but I can't see anything to prevent it happening.

      1. Boards used for a robot tourney come from a large pool of possible deals. For example my second day results say that there were 2675 entrants (I won't say my rank 😉 ). Yet each individual deal in my result was played only about 50 times, according to the traveler.

  5. I would like to be sure BBO has a method to track cheating. Online cheating is the deterrent to participation in big tournaments

  6. Could not play in 2nd practice tournament. Said the tournament was not able to play. Carol Borich

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