Here’s your chance to win a NABC title without leaving home. The new NABC Online Individual event allows you to do just that! Play Monday, March 5 through Wednesday, March 7, any time of day from any location. All you need is an internet connection.

Practice Tournaments

Compete in one of our practice tournaments, and you could win a free entry to the main event. One free entry will be awarded to each winner. Additional free entries will be given to a few other finishers.
All practice tournaments will be played on BBO

Date Session
Saturday, Feb. 24 NABC Online Practice Session 3 (ACBL members only)
One free entry to winner, one free entry to 24th and 124th place finishers
Sunday, Feb 25 NABC Online Practice Session 4 (ACBL members only)
One free entry to winner, one free entry to 25th and 125th place finishers
Saturday, March 3 NABC Online Practice Session 5 (Day 1)
One free entry to winner*
Sunday, March 4 NABC Online Practice Session 5 (Day 2)
One free entry to winner*

*Overall awards for March 3-4: one free entry to winner, one free entry to 4th, 14th and 114th finishers.

Registration

  • Registration opens February 15 and closes on March 5 at 4 p.m. (Eastern Time)
  • Participation is limited to ACBL members in good standing. Non-members and ACBL members whose membership has lapsed must complete the join/renew process by Friday, March 2, 3 p.m. (Eastern Time). Click here to join/renew.
  • Card fees are $40 for the entire event
  • Participants may pay using a credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express) or PayPal at the time of entry.
  • To register, go to www.bridgebase.com.

Playing with Robots

  • The robots used are GIB robots.
  • The robots play a modified 2/1 system.
  • To view the robot system notes, please visit http://www.bridgebase.com/doc/gib_system_notes.php. The robots sometimes deviate from notes if simulations lead them to other conclusions.
  • The robot’s understanding of what a bid means can be seen by hovering over the highlighted bid.
  • When it is a player’s turn to bid, the player can see what the robots think a bid means before making the bid. Please refer to miscellaneous point 32. If the bid is not highlighted, it means the robots have no special understanding or definition for that particular bid.

Past Results