ACBL Unit 533

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Welcome New Members


Edmund Bussey


Rank Changes


Diamond Life Master
Sandra Carroll
Regional Master
Robert Chapman
Club Master
Judah Blumenthal
Junior Master
Maureen Bancroft

Kudos to All!


Unit 533 Annual Awards

Unit 533's Annual Awards Program and Unit Game takes place every Spring. In 2022, we held an Annual Awards Party and Royal STaC Game and a number of awards were presented, while others are on hold until next year. 
To see a list of the 2021 Winners, click on Awards and Races  at the upper left of this page, and visit the Annual Awards page, and the Mini-McKenney, Ace of Clubs, and WIN Awards pages.

Read the D22Connection Magazine Online

Access the online D22Connection magazine by clicking the link above or at the upper left of our homepage. See the latest D-22 news, Tournament information and results, Unit newsletters, helpful bridge tips and more!


Click here for Current 2022 Mini-McKenney Standings

2021 Mini-McKenney Award Winners:  

0-5 MPs - James Lockwood

5-20 MPs - A. Colin Stancliffe

20-50 MPs - Ron Hinton

50-100 MPs - Donna Cox

100-200 MPs - Kathleen Barr

200-300 MPs - Gina Marlin

300-500 MPs - Marty Frank

500-1000 MPs - Chip Graves

1000-1500 MPs - Bob Wernick

1500-2500 MPs - Lou Goldsmith

2500-3500 MPs - David Kane

3500-5000 MPs - Valeria Aron

5000-7500 MPs - Martin Blain

7500-10,000 MPs - David Segal

Over 10,000 MPs - Ross Grabel


The McKenney Trophy, named after ACBL Executive Secretary William E. McKenney, was first awarded in 1938. It went to the player who won the most masterpoints during each calendar year.  In 1986, the competition was renamed the Barry Crane Top 500, after Barry Crane, the top masterpoint winner of his era.  The Mini-McKenney Awards were created in 1974 to annually recognize top masterpoint winners in 15 categories based on number of masterpoints held at the beginning of each year, from 0-5 up to over 10,000.  Masterpoints won at all ACBL-santioned events, excluding online points, are counted - including local club games, STaCs, Sectionals, Regionals, NABC tournaments, and Special Events.

Pictured below: The McKenney Trophy with eight-time winner Charles Goren.