BRIDGE FROM HOME
ONLINE WEEKEND SPECIALS
For the upcoming weekend
As the end of the extended lock down arrives, we are presenting you with a short, but sweet tournament before we start resuming normal lives hopefully. While Bridge from Home will continue bringing you events, I am sure we are all looking forward to return to normalcy as soon as possible.
We are going to have Gold and Silver sections as usual. Entries will be limited to 50 teams in each section
Gold - Rs. 2000 per team
Silver - Rs. 1000 per team
Entries will only be accepted online before start of the event only. Non payment will lead to cancellation of teams
Payment to be made via this link.
Schedule till Saturday (Please note revised schedule)
|Friday, May 1
||02:30 PM Predetermined
||04:00 PM Predetermined
||05:30 PM As per Round 1 Results
||07:00 PM As per Round 2 Results
||All Swiss league rounds will be of 10 boards each
|Saturday, May 2
||10:00 AM As per Round 3 Results
||11:30 AM As per Round 4 Results
||1:00 PM Actual
||03:00 PM Actual
||FORMAT FOR KO KNOCKOUT STAGES WILL BE ANNOUNCED AFTER CLOSE OF ENTRIES
Attractive Prizes to top Finishers in both leagues. WIll be announced after close of entries
General Conditions of Contest
Chief Tournament Director : Sudhir Agarwal
Gold Tournament : Sanjay Chakraborty / Sukrit Vijayakar
Silver Tournament : Sukrit Vijayakar / Sanjay Chakraborty
Other senior Tournament Directors may also be called on to assist if necessary
Barometer will be switched off throughout.
During the league, Kibitzing will be switched off.
During the play offs, if both teams agree, Kibitzers may be allowed subject to the proviso that the Director may, at his discretion, switch off Kibitzing.
During the league, teams may mutually agree to allow undos
During the play offs, undo will remain off. Players may call the director if they wish to undo in the event of an obvious, inadvertent misclick. Undos will be only allowed with the express permission of the director
Conventional Pyschs are disallowed in the event
Psychs are disallowed in the Silver Tournament
Psychs are allowed in the Gold Tournament subject to the proviso that an individual does not psych repeatedly and regularly. The opposing team is requested to bring all psychs to the TDs notice to prevent misuse of this facility.
Pre-empts and Light Openings
All pre-empts are expected to be announced along with a defined range. The range needs to be reasonably defined (0-11 HCP is not a range).
Light openings with less than 8 HCPs, if part of system understanding are expected to be alerted
It is the responsibility of both teams to ensure that the match is set up using the correct number of boards. In the event that a match is set up for fewer boards that required, the rest of the boards shall be treated as scratched
Withdrawals are not allowed after a draw has been made. Teams withdrawing in this manner will not be allowed to play in the next event.
Post qualification, withdrawals are not permitted. Teams withdrawing will not be allowed to play in the next event.
We expect all participants to adhere to the highest standards of ethical behavior during the play of this tournament. While we find it painful to issue such a statement, it is equally painful to admit that making such a statement has been felt necessary by the organisers. Players whose behavior was reported as suspect are being watched by the CTD as well as other senior directors of the country. Repeated misbehavior will lead to banning from BFH events.
BFH has already started maintaining a list of players who are not welcome in their events. While we have no comments to make on these players per se, they are simply seen by us as vitiating the atmosphere of our events and are hence banned from participating.
Anything not covered here is at the discretion of the organizers. They may opt to consult with one or more senior bridge players / organizers, but their decision will be final and binding in all respects