The 2019 Victoria Regional: Saturday, April 13

Spring has sprung!

Attendance So Far:

1784½ tables, up from 1774 at this point in 2017, a 0.6% increase.  However, this does include the Grand National Teams tables (26 on Saturday), which are not really a part of the tournament.  Without them attendance is very slightly down, but the people here for the GNT might have come anyhow, so it is arguable both ways, with the only realistic conclusion being that this time and 2017 are really pretty much equal.  Now if the team events today blow away the numbers from 2017, it will be a moot point...

Masterpoint Leaders thru Saturday

(all events completed except the Sunday ones....)

1Curtis Cheek, Las Vegas NV85.30
1Haig Tchamitch, Paradise Valley AZ85.30
1Huub Bertens, Las Vegas NV85.30
1Jacob Morgan, Madison WI85.30
5Gordon Campbell, Calgary AB85.01
5Ian Findlay, Banff AB85.01
7Dan Jacob, Vancouver BC78.39
8Gordon McOrmond, Vancouver BC77.89
9Duncan Smith, Victoria BC74.98
10Leo Glaser, Lake Country BC73.33
11Joan Cremin, Paradise Valley AZ72.69
12Douglas Doub, West Hartford CT71.11
12Linda Lewis, Las Vegas NV71.11
12Mark Itabashi, Murrieta CA71.11
12Paul Lewis, Las Vegas NV71.11
16Nicholas Stock, North Vancouver BC70.66
17Judith Gartaganis, Calgary AB68.03
17Nicholas Gartaganis, Calgary AB68.03
19Michael Ainsley, Victoria BC63.16
19Sheldon Spier, Chemainus BC63.16
21Dave Westfall, Spokane WA58.93
22Karen Billett, Victoria BC55.20
22Karen Turner, Victoria BC55.20
24Peter Herold, Namaimo BC54.78
25Ray Miller, Seattle WA52.42
26Gerry McCully, Victoria BC49.29
27Debbie Mineault, Victoria BC46.13
28Lee Barton, Edmonton AB45.77
28Lucille Barton, Edmonton AB45.77
30Constance McAvoy, Victoria BC45.31

Non-Life Master Masterpoint Leaders thru Saturday

(all events completed except the Sunday ones....)

1Siu Wai Fan, Red Deer AB42.55
2Ben Levine, Prince George BC36.32
3Douglas Johnson, Gig Harbor WA26.14
4Robert Cheeseman, Victoria BC25.37
5Egil Kolsto, Victoria BC24.25
6Paul Flanagan, Victoria BC23.41
7A. Marie Callbeck, Prince Albert SK21.50
8Ralph Haberfeld, Jackson WY20.44
9Patricia Desbrisay, Penticton BC19.36
10Al Romanchuk, Victoria BC19.21
11Bud Bishop, Delta BC19.15
11Mary Frances Bishop, Delta BC19.15
13Gordon Chin, Bainbridge Isle WA19.05
14Darlene Carolsfeld, Nanaimo BC18.93
14Marcia Taylor, Nanaimo BC18.93

Thanks to all of those who commented on the online Daily Bulletins, a work in progress which I hope will continue to improve.  There will be a Sunday results page and final masterpoint charts posted later tonight when I get back home.

I have posted a pdf file of DINO financial information from DINO Treasurer David Schmidt here, and we have also received a synopsis of the District Nineteen Board Meeting held on Monday here in Victoria, and the text of the annoucement from DINO Secretary Dudley Brown:

Synopsis of District 19 Victoria Board Meeting, April 8, 2019

The following synopsis is submitted by District 19 Secretary Dudley Brown:

The Treasurer’s reports as summarized below were accepted:

(1) Balance Sheet as of December 31, 2018 showing assets of $263,798, Liabilities of $8,085 and Equity of $255,713.

(2) Profit and Loss Statement January 1 through December 31, 2018 showing Net Income of plus $21,627.

(3) Regional Profit and Loss Statements showing the Burnaby 2018 Regional with $10,086 net income, the Penticton 2018 Regional with $34,852 net income, the Lynnwood 2018 Regional with $11,424 net income, and the Leavenworth 2018 Regional with $15,922 net income.

District 19 National Director Julie Smith told the Board that she had viewed an hour video at the fall NABC that introduced bridge and explained duplicate bridge.  Chris Cookson volunteered to report back when the video becomes available.

Smith reported on actions at the fall NABC Board meeting.  One important action was in the future to not readmit anyone expelled due to collaborative cheating.  It will be decided whether to vacate title to National Events won by later convicted cheater.  The second important item was the forward going panning to reorganize the governing structure of the ACBL.

The Board decided to get a ruling on whether the District was libel for paying the Washington State Gaming Tax and if not to request a refund of previous payments.

If the Leavenworth venue is agreeable, the Leavenworth 2020 Regional will end a week earlier than usual, ending October 24, 2020.

Second place teams in flights B and C of the GNT will now be allowed to go to the National Finals.  The District will provide a subsidy of $1,200 U.S. (or Canadian equivalent for B.C. residents) to each B or C team attending the finals.

The club surcharge of $4.00 per table in club GNT qualifying events is terminated.

Notice of pending elections and filing period for 2020-2022 terms for the Alaska, Vancouver Island, and B.C. at Large positions are posted on the District web site.  The filing period closes 15 July 2019.  Following is the text of the announcement:

New three-year terms are approaching for District Board Members to be elected to represent Alaska units at large (Units 425, 426, and 427), Vancouver Island Units at large (Units 429 and 430), and B.C. Units at large (Units 456, 471, 474) on the District Board for the 2020-2022 term.  Any ACBL member who is a member of an Alaskan Unit, a member of either the Parksville or Victoria Units, or any member of the Quesnel, Okanagan or Kootenay Units may declare themselves a candidate for their respective area.  If more than one candidate for a position files, the District will run an election this late summer-fall.  Kathie Hoehne is the current Alaskan board member, and Chris Cookson is the current Vancouver Island board member.  The position is currently vacant for the B.C. at Large position which covers the Quesnel, Okanagan and Kootenay Units.  At the District Board’s Victoria meeting in April, the B.C. at large position will be filled for the remainder of this year.  It is likely that the incumbents for these three positions will decide by the end of the Victoria meeting whether they are running for reelection.  The deadline for declaring candidacy is 15 July 2019.  Declarations should be made to the undersigned District Elections Chair by either letter or email.  Declarations should be accompanied by a brief platform/resume statement which will be used if an election is necessary.
If an election is necessary unit board members of the respective areas will be the electors.
DUDLEY BROWN, District 19 Elections Chair, 611 West 5th St, Grandview, WA 98930, Email:

Due to the deterioration of the Kirkwood Trophy and the unwillingness of winners to house the trophy, the District Web Master, J.P. Weber, has agreed to produce a virtual display to be shown on a wall or screen at each spring District regional. The winner of the Kirkwood Trophy is the District member who amasses the most masterpoints at the year’s District regionals.

A bracketed Swiss Team event is scheduled for the Penticton Regional and its success will be evaluated later. The District will match any Seattle Unit 446 donation to Seattle Next Gen Bridge up to a maximum of $1,000 to support sending kids in need to the 2019 YNABC in Las Vegas.

The District Tournament Coordinator has been instructed to not allow a District 19 STAC opposite a Western Region STAC due the dissatisfaction of clubs not being able to participate in the Western Region STAC.

Saturday Open Pairs

McAvoys lap the field!

Top on a board was 21, average for two sessions 567.  Winning Scores: 740 (A), 616½ (B), 606½ (C). To make the overalls you needed 609 (A), 576 (B), 604 (C).

Constance McAvoy and James McAvoy led at the break and won the event by four full boards.  That's four tops better than the second place pair. Janis Parker and Nick Parker were ninth overall and won Strat B by half a board. Strat C was close, a 2½ matchpoint win for Robert Cheeseman - Jonathan Gage, who were second in B and just missed the A overalls.

MPts Score A B C  Saturday Open Pairs (22, 22 tables)
ACBL Live Link
30.19 65.26% 1  Constance McAvoy - James McAvoy, Victoria BC
22.64 57.80% 2  Doug Fraser - Sandra Fraser, Victoria BC
16.98 57.41% 3  Gordon Campbell, Calgary AB; Ian Findlay, Banff AB
12.74 57.05% 4  Leo Glaser, Lake Country BC; Koba Ter Neuzen, Victoria BC
10.06 56.75% 5  Kevin Bolan, Snohomish WA; Ron Beall, Bellingham WA
8.09 55.73% 6/7  Michael Moffatt - Vicki Moffatt, Surrey BC
8.09 55.73% 6/7  Sheila Sache, West Vancouver BC; Andrew Lee, Richmond BC
6.71 54.85% 8  Judy Harris, Salmon Arm BC; Peter Herold, Namaimo BC
10.29 54.37% 9 1  Janis Parker - Nick Parker, Delta BC
5.49 53.88% 10  Dora Lee, Nanaimo BC; Judy Chapman, Edmonton AB
5.03 53.70% 11  Karen Billett - Karen Turner, Victoria BC
7.72 53.48% 2 1  Robert Cheeseman - Jonathan Gage, Victoria BC
5.79 53.26% 3 2  Bruce Busby - Brian Busby, Campbell River BC
4.34 52.65% 4  Debbie Hargreaves - Barbara Stewart, Victoria BC
3.43 51.23% 5  Audrey Norman - Jim Norman, Duncan BC
2.94 50.79% 6  Marc Maes - Chris Wuerscher, Calgary AB

Saturday Gold Rush Pairs

Victoria players take all six number ones!

Top on a board was 21, average for two sessions 360.  Winning Scores: 445 (7), 400 (3), 381 (1).  To make the overalls you needed: 384½ (7), 382½ (3), 366 (1).

Victoria players have been great hosts and have attended in excellent numbers, and in this one the six people with '1's beside their name are all from Victoria!  Eleanor Calder and Linda Ellis led at the break and held on for a two-thirds of a board lead for the event win.  The 0-300 strat was won by Al Romanchuk and Natalie Williams, who were fourth in B, seventh overall, at the break.  The under-100 strat was won by Gillian Mouat - Jo Albinati, who were actually third overall at the break and leading strat B!

MPts Score 7 3 1  Saturday Gold Rush Pairs (22, 22 tables)
ACBL Live Link
7.35 61.81% 1  Eleanor Calder - Linda Ellis, Victoria BC
5.51 60.49% 2  Mary Fox - Regina Olsen, Grand Island NE
4.13 58.75% 3  Ben Levine - Nicholas Buck, Prince George BC
3.10 58.40% 4  Tricia Flanagan - Mary Anne Crookes, Calgary AB
4.13 55.56% 5 1  Al Romanchuk - Natalie Williams, Victoria BC
2.10 55.35% 6  Carroll Vaughan - Russell Vaughan, Federal Way WA
3.10 55.28% 7 2  Gina Curran - Mark Raymond, Victoria BC
1.63 55.21% 8  Patricia Long, Saskatoon SK; Art Loy, Surrey BC
1.47 54.24% 9  Laurene Jacob - Patricia Webb, Austin TX
2.32 53.75% 10 3  Mike Black, Victoria BC; Paul Retallack, Saanich BC
1.74 53.40% 11 4  Janet Worobets - Bill Worobets, Victoria BC
1.28 53.13% 5/6  Pamela Moore - Margaret Duncan, Vancouver BC
1.28 53.13% 5/6  Elizabeth Millar - Susan Burns, Edmonton AB
2.28 52.92% 1  Gillian Mouat - Jo Albinati, Victoria BC
1.71 50.83% 2  Dolores Johnson, Brentwood Bay BC; Madeleine Tremblay, North Saanich BC

Friday-Saturday Magnolia Knockouts

Winners: Cremin, Sidebottom, Amspacher

The Hog scored a respectable 7/15 on his final set of picks for a total of 44/85, 51.7%, his best score in many years. (He quit while he was ahead and sunk his snout into the excellent chowder at the Bartholomew during the break instead of taking a shot at the Compact Knockouts.)

MPts Bracket Rank  Friday-Saturday Magnolia Bracketed Knockout Teams (44 teams, 3 brackets)
ACBL Live Links:
Bracket  I  II  III
42.02 I 1  Joan Cremin - Haig Tchamitch, Paradise Valley AZ; Huub Bertens - Curtis Cheek, Las Vegas NV; Jacob Morgan, Madison WI
29.41 2  Connie Coquillette - Sherwin Moscow, Vancouver WA; Robert Johnson - Lisa Fishman, Beaverton OR
16.81 3/4  James Galand - Gerry McCully, Victoria BC; Doran Flock, Calgary AB; Nicholas Stock, North Vancouver BC
16.81 3/4  Keith Dowdall, Victoria BC; Michael Yuen, Vancouver BC; Dick Vission, North Saanich BC; Ross Amann, Colts Neck NJ
20.86 II 1  Ruth Sidebottom - Gerene Albrecht - Siu Wai Fan, Red Deer AB; Christine Seaville, Victoria BC
14.60 2  Edgar L'Heureux, White Rock BC; Diane Griffiths, Langley BC; Jack Johnson - Maryellen Gallo, Surrey BC
8.34 3/4  Ralph Wilhelmi, Olympia WA; Karen Rise, Leavenworth WA; Nobi Morris, Wenatchee WA; Marv Norden, Peachland BC
8.34 3/4  Lorraine Hayne, North Saanich BC; Maxine Thomas - Anne Porter - Mitra Shojania, Victoria BC
13.17 1  Mike Amspacher, Vancouver WA; Heather Dolan, Beaverton OR; Eve Jensen, Abbotsford BC; Gordon Sawyer, Seattle WA
9.22 2  John Wolf - David Partridge, Eugene OR; Lawrence Swanson, Monroe WA; Randy Naef, McMinnville OR
5.27 3/4  Dennis Glassford, Chilliwack BC; Brian Sims, Cultus Lake BC; Ralph Lipe - Lynda Lipe, Bellevue WA
5.27 3/4  Michael Moore - Darrel Jones - Jutta Jealouse - Denis Powers, Kamloops BC

Saturday Daffodil Compact Bracketed Knockout Teams

Winners: Pan, Meyer, Boan, Carolsfeld

MPts Bracket Rank  Saturday Daffodil Compact Knockout Teams (50 teams, 4 brackets)
ACBL Live Links:
Bracket  I  II  III  IV
16.32 I 1  Eric Pan - William Ge, Burnaby BC; David Hu - Jack Lee, Richmond BC
11.42 2  Linda Lewis - Paul Lewis, Las Vegas NV; Douglas Doub, West Hartford CT; Mark Itabashi, Murrieta CA
7.34 3  Howard Epley - Karen Epley, Kent WA; Ed Ulman, Portland OR; Jean Barry, Livermore CA
5.71 4  John Cox, Saint Maries ID; Richard D'Litzenberger, Leavenworth WA; Sandra Robson, New Westminster BC; Gene Fomin, Glacier WA
10.50 II 1  Caleb Meyer - Egil Kolsto - Brian Hammerschmidt - Robert Bradford, Victoria BC
7.35 2  John Emmerson, Federal Way WA; Melinda Westgate, Mercer Island WA; Douglas Johnson, Gig Harbor WA; Paul Bartron, Tacoma WA
4.73 3  Lloyd Snyder - Bernice Snyder - Dianna Rickson, Comox BC; Howard Cohen, Courtenay BC
3.68 4  Wenda Hopp, Madeira Park BC; Marilyn Knipp, Delta BC; Gale Gropp - Marjorie Sinel, Bellingham WA
6.54 III 1  Bruce Boan - Peggy Boan, Mill Bay BC; Giff Kassebaum - James Kassebaum, Sonoita AZ
4.58 2  Marlene Sumi, Burnaby BC; Debbie Martignago, Coquitlam BC; Stephanie Williams, Delta BC; Cindy Oishi, West Vancouver BC
2.94 3  Jim Brackenbury - Maureen Trappe - Jan Galenza - Catherine Mustafa, Victoria BC
2.29 4  Jack Campbell, North Saanich BC; James Robinson - Ivy Pye - Bree Watts, Victoria BC
5.42 IV 1  Darlene Carolsfeld - Marcia Taylor - Maureen Steele, Nanaimo BC; Shirley Charters, Duncan BC
3.79 2  Sharon McDonald - Phyllis Minielly - Aileen Handyside - Martha Mikalsky, Saskatoon SK
2.44 3  Ralph Haberfeld, Jackson WY; Shameine Ali, Vancouver BC; Joanna Daam, Victoria BC; Brian Castle, San Diego CA
1.90 4  Sandra Dequier - Barbara Morin - Zita McRobbie, Kelowna BC; Florence Schramm, Westbank BC

Saturday Evening Swiss Teams

Revised Version: Same winners, slightly fewer masterpoints

McBruce set up the computer for the Saturday Evening Swiss and was a bit more generous than intended, resulting in slightly higher masterpoint awards than regulations expect.  Below is the correct number; nothing else has changed.  (The response line "what's the matter with awarding extra masterpoints, are they running out of them?" has been tried in the past and is part of Director lore....)

MPts VPs A B C  Saturday Evening Swiss Teams (26 tables)
ACBL Live Link
6.72 59 1  Keith Dowdall, Victoria BC; Ross Amann, Colts Neck NJ; Michael Yuen, Vancouver BC; Dick Vission, North Saanich BC
4.41 58 2/3  Ernie Tradewell - Brian Fraser - Michael Ainsley, Victoria BC; Sheldon Spier, Chemainus BC
4.41 58 2/3  Hendrik Sharples, Brush Prairie WA; Gerry Marshall - David Johnson, Calgary AB; Roger McNay, Beaverton OR
4.55 51 4 1  Clare Christiansen - Mardi Dennis, Oak Harbor WA; Mary Carlson, Marysville WA; Susanne Thomas, Coupeville WA
3.41 47 5 2  Marilyn Drever - Don Drever, Fort Qu'Appelle SK; Anne Primeau - Delia Michaud, Calgary AB
2.56 46 6 3 1  Denis Powers - Jutta Jealouse - Michael Moore - Darrel Jones, Kamloops BC
1.20 45 7  Ted Heck - Ruth Cain, Victoria BC; Kathy Bye, Burnaby BC; Jean Groome, Delta BC
1.92 44 4  Scott Montroy - Lou Arevalo, Spokane WA; Edward Carlson, Coeur D Alene ID; Martha Schwake, Hayden ID
1.26 42 5/6  Rita Beny - Neville Hircock - Lou Sandmaier - Roxy Sandmaier, Victoria BC
1.84 42 5/6 2  Lorna Smith, Victoria BC; Bill Brand - Betty Fenton - Larry Fenton, Calgary AB
1.38 40 3  D Glassford, Chilliwack BC; Brian Sims, Cultus Lake BC; Ralph Lipe - Lynda Lipe, Bellevue WA
1.03 39 4  Roger Lucas - Rose Lucas - Bill Kennedy - Grace Kennedy, Campbell River BC

Friday-Saturday Morning Swiss Teams

Winners: Angus (A), Wolf (B), McDonald (C)

MPts VPs A B C  Friday-Saturday Morning Swiss Teams (9 teams)
ACBL Live Link
6.65 85 1  Monica Angus - Alex Hong, West Vancouver BC; Jack Lee - Sidney Yang, Richmond BC; William Ge, Burnaby BC
4.99 79 2 1  John Wolf - David Partridge, Eugene OR; Randy Naef, McMinnville OR; Lawrence Swanson, Monroe WA
3.74 73 3  Dean Altschuler, Bellingham WA; Richard D'Litzenberger, Leavenworth WA; John Cox, Saint Maries ID; Andrew Lee, Richmond BC
2.81 64 4  Charles Burns - Lynda Hirst, Vancouver WA; Ralph Wilhelmi, Olympia WA; Marv Norden, Peachland BC
2.76 62 2 1  Sharon McDonald - Phyllis Minielly - Aileen Handyside - Martha Mikalsky, Saskatoon SK
2.07 59 2  Kay Kerr - Bettylee Sinclair - Russell Page - Ian Kimmerly, Victoria BC

Saturday Morning Side Game

Game 5 of 5 in the Morning Side Game Series

Series Overalls are below...

MPts Score A B C  Saturday Morning Side Game (14½ tables)
ACBL Live Link
4.74 62.94% 1 1  Susan Foley, Sidney BC; Andrea Miller, Victoria BC
3.56 60.41% 2  Debbie Wastle - Delma Murray, Victoria BC
3.27 57.22% 3 2  Steve Tubbs - L Tubbs, Vancouver WA
2.00 56.67% 4  Ewa Zwicky - Michael Dickie, Victoria BC
2.60 56.21% 5 3 1  Deborah Stewart, Pincher Creek AB; Peggy Pepper, Victoria BC
1.84 54.15% 6 4  Connie Setterington - Donald Berry, Victoria BC
1.95 53.88% 5 2  Glenda Affleck - Shameine Ali, Vancouver BC
1.53 53.60% 6 3  Caroline Solonenko, Brackendale BC; Judy Chang, Vancouver BC
1.10 52.27% 4  Michele Bonneau - A. Marie Callbeck, Prince Albert SK
0.82 52.06% 5  Don Wallace, Kelowna BC; Janet Mori, Penticton BC

Saturday Afternoon Side Game

Game 5 of 5 in the Afternoon Side Game Series

Series Overalls are below...

MPts Score A B C  Saturday Afternoon Side Game (19 tables)
ACBL Live Link
5.50 60.46% 1 1  Debbie Wastle - Delma Murray, Victoria BC
4.13 58.28% 2 2 1  Susan Foley, Sidney BC; Andrea Miller, Victoria BC
3.09 57.52% 3 3 2  Burton Voorhees - Kinga Voorhees, Victoria BC
2.37 57.30% 4 4 3  Emily Nelson - Bella Lacoste, Victoria BC
1.74 57.19% 5 5  Jack Sisko - Paula Sisko, Calgary AB
1.69 56.86% 6 6  Chris Cookson, Nanaimo BC; Barbara Schultz, Shawnigan Lake BC
1.70 56.54% 4  Bob Sommerhalder - Sheila Kaye, Victoria BC
1.35 56.21% 5  Paul D'Orban - Jocelyn D'Orban, Victoria BC
0.97 54.90% 6  Dave Brett, Calgary AB; Henry Zoellner, Santa Clara CA

Saturday Evening Side Game

Game 6 of 6 in the Evening Side Game Series

Series Overalls are below...

MPts Score A B C  Saturday Evening Side Game (10 tables)
ACBL Live Link
3.79 60.65% 1 1  Vivian Thickett - Tony Thickett, Powell River BC
2.84 56.71% 2  Barbara Schultz, Shawnigan Lake BC; Chris Cookson, Nanaimo BC
2.56 56.48% 3 2  Beth McGregor, Fort Collins CO; Jean Norgaard, Cheyenne WY
1.63 56.02% 4  Jerry McVay - Valerie McVay, Lacey WA
1.17 55.32% 5/6  Marv Norden, Peachland BC; Ralph Wilhelmi, Olympia WA
1.17 55.32% 5/6  David Taylor, Seattle WA; Charles Burns, Vancouver WA
1.99 53.94% 3 1  Margaret Skinner - Esther Wiebe, Victoria BC
1.49 53.24% 4/5 2  Doug Carritt - Nancy Carritt, Red Deer AB
1.26 53.24% 4/5  Marylynn Ghitter - Al Stacey, Qualicum Beach BC

Side Game Series Overalls

Winners: Marv Norden (morning), Glenn Chee - David Ow (afternoon), Russell Page - Donald Berry (evening)

What you need to know about Side Game masterpoints:

Sum Of Best Two MPts Rank  Morning Side Series Overalls (155 players)
ACBL Live Link
128.98% 9.80 1  Marv Norden, Peachland BC
125.63% 9.86 2/3  Andrea Miller, Victoria BC; Susan Foley, Sidney BC
123.93% 9.34 4/5  Nicholas Buck - Ben Levine, Prince George BC
121.40% 6.21 6/7  Jack Sisko - Paula Sisko, Calgary AB
121.10% 5.93 8/9  Delma Murray - Debbie Wastle, Victoria BC
Sum Of Best Two MPts Rank  Afternoon Side Series Overalls (250 players)
ACBL Live Link
122.44% 10.11 1/2  Glenn Chee - David Ow, Salinas CA
121.68% 9.39 3/4  John Wood, Blaine WA; David McGraham, Vancouver WA
119.43% 10.96 5  Andrea Miller, Victoria BC
119.06% 6.15 6/7  Jack Sisko - Paula Sisko, Calgary AB
118.68% 8.17 8  Lynda Hirst, Vancouver WA
118.30% 7.60 9  Delma Murray, Victoria BC
117.49% 5.55 10/11  Bud Craig - Alden Edwards, Kelowna BC
116.84% 8.81 12  Debbie Wastle, Victoria BC
Sum Of Best Two MPts Rank  Evening Side Series Overalls (342 players)
ACBL Live Link
128.02% 13.78 1/2  Russell Page - Donald Berry, Victoria BC
124.50% 8.86 3  Barbara Schultz, Shawnigan Lake BC
122.42% 6.59 4/5  Bud Craig - Alden Edwards, Kelowna BC
119.51% 4.86 6  Jean Barry, Livermore CA
118.28% 5.33 7  David Taylor, Seattle WA
118.15% 3.33 8/9  Valerie McVay - Jerry McVay, Lacey WA
117.83% 9.83 10/11  David Gabel - L Ralph Buckley, Vancouver BC
116.63% 4.65 12/13  John Wood, Blaine WA; David McGraham, Vancouver WA
116.50% 5.29 14  Chris Cookson, Nanaimo BC
115.30% 5.05 15/16  Vivian Thickett - Tony Thickett, Powell River BC
113.00% 3.98 17/18  Bud Bishop - Mary Frances Bishop, Delta BC

Saturday Morning 199er Pairs

Three strat win for Urner and Didmon!

MPts Score D E F  Saturday Morning 199er Pairs (6 tables)
ACBL Live Link
1.98 63.50% 1 1 1  Lynne Urner - Anne Didmon, Victoria BC
1.49 58.50% 2 2 2  Christine Simpson - Gail Simpson, Victoria BC
1.11 55.50% 3  Susan Johnson, Sturgeon County AB; Mary Souliere, Edmonton AB
0.84 53.50% 4  Ian Gilhooley, Vancouver BC; Karen Tomkins, Burnaby BC
0.98 51.50% 3 3  Pat Galand - Rick Meade, North Vancouver BC
0.74 51.00% 4  Anne Notman - Ginny Barklow, Sequim WA

Saturday Afternoon 199er Pairs

Alberta pair wins a close one with nearly 64%!

MPts Score D E F  Saturday Afternoon 199er Pairs (10 tables)
ACBL Live Link
2.48 63.99% 1  Susan Johnson, Sturgeon County AB; Mary Souliere, Edmonton AB
1.84 62.20% 2/3 1/2 1/2  Barbara Walter - Murray Walter, Swift Current SK
1.84 62.20% 2/3 1/2 1/2  Anne Didmon - Lynne Urner, Victoria BC
1.18 58.04% 4 3  Lorne Bulmer - Nancy Fauteux, Victoria BC
0.93 57.14% 5 4  Shiela Wansbrough, Victoria BC; Gail Argatoff, Saanichton BC
0.66 55.65% 6 5  Emma Abrams - Sophie Watt, Victoria BC
0.86 51.19% 3  Joan Geber - Susan Jobbins, Victoria BC
0.71 50.30% 4  Victoria Silk, Vancouver BC; Joan Scott, Scarsdale NY

As on Friday, we lost the Evening 199er Pairs on Saturday, with only a few eligible pairs agreeing to join the Side Game at the last minute.  On Sunday there are two single session 199er Swiss Team games, the second one beginning at about 2:30pm.

Click on 'Sunday' below to see information about Sunday's events!  Once the play for the day is over, the daily pages will switch from event information to results at some wee hour of the morning overnight.  The masterpoints and table counts pages will be updated first, then the next day's daily page some time later.