CNASA – MIT CSSA
First Annual Individual Bridge Tournament, 2006
1. Tournament information:
， Host: The Chinese North American Sports Association
(CNASA), MIT Chinese Students and Scholars Association (MIT-CSSA).
， Date/Time: 2:30 pm - 11:00 pm, Oct. 28, 2006.
， Location: MIT classroom 26-322 and 26-328
will be provided
tournament opens to all bridge players with Chinese origin, who are currently
living, studying or visiting Greater Boston and New England area.
your name & phone number to: email@example.com (before Oct. 27, 2006).
Fee: $10 per player **.
， Contact: Frank Lin, cell phone 508-284-3928
3. Tournament movement:
tournament will be run in two sessions, the afternoon and evening session,
about 24 boards will be played in each session.
At the beginning of each session, players will be
randomly drawn into several groups (8 players in a group); A special movement
designed by Richard Pavlicek (www.rpbridge.net) will be used in this race, but
we will cut short in 6 rounds for each session, so 4 boards for each round. At
most, a player will meet the other player as partner on 4 boards, as opponent
on 8 boards.
round, player should brief your bidding and signaling system with your new
partner. A standard American Yellow Card (SAYC) or 2/1 is recommended.
Combined the scores from two
sessions, the three individual with best score will be presented with CNASA
Trophy in the closing ceremony.
** Current MIT students and employee will receive free entry
to the tournament; Non MIT student will pay $5 for the entry; Entry for second
player from the same household will be discounted at $5.
*** Since the tournament runs through the evening, player
can elect to order Chinese food box for $5 each.