The 2nd Edition of BBO’s Bridge International Championship (BIC 2) takes place place across several bridge platforms, in partnership with the World Bridge Federation, from March 29 until April 4, 2021.
Ranked players will be awarded both WBF and BBO points.
For the Finals of this 2nd Edition of the BIC, there’ll be 6 BIC tournaments to play, each of 12 boards, Matchpoints, not best-hand.
Your best 4 scores count towards your overall ranking. You’ll have 48 hours to play your boards, from midnight US Central Friday towards Saturday, until midnight US Central Sunday towards Monday.
Finish top and you’ll be the BBO BIC International Champion of the 2nd Edition!
BIC Tournament features
Results will be sent to your BBO Mailbox on Monday, April 5, after the tournament ends. You can also see a provisional leaderboard at any time in the list of Completed Tournaments, in Competitive ► All tournaments, after you have finished playing.
About the robots
The robots play a relatively simple and natural bidding system. During play, you can find out the meaning of any bid by clicking on that bid in the bidding diagram. When it's your turn to bid, moving your mouse over the bid buttons will display an explanation of the bid you are considering (as your robot partner will understand it). These explanations can be somewhat cryptic, but reading them carefully before you bid will help you to avoid misunderstandings with your robot partner.
You can find out more about the robot's bidding system by clicking here
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