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  Creating and Using Deal Files

Many clubs use computers to create files of data containg the details of either random or edited lists of the cards making up a given number of hands. These files can be fed to a dealing machine to distirbute bar coded cards into four hoppers in plastic boards. "Pbn" versions of the deal files can be transferred to the Bridgewebs computer in a club's web site area. The pbn version of each deal contains the the cards in each hand and the "makeable" analysis which is the number tricks each player could make in each denomination. This file is bigger than the "dlm" version which only contains the actual hands in each deal. The dlm versions can be used with scoring systems; that's all the information they need.