ACBL District 21 From the Golden Gate
to the Silver City
North American Pairs

2018–2019 North American Pairs

District Finals Results

Flight A Results (click here for complete results)

  1. Edward Nagy and Gary Soules
  2. Peter Bonfanti and Daniel Kroll
  3. Li-Chung Chen and Ari Greenberg

Fight B Results (click here for complete results)

  1. Michael Hu and Arthur Zhou
  2. Jack Uppal and Edward So
  3. Ethan Liu and Qiang Zhang
  4. Arif Janjua and Rajan Jeyakumar

Flight C Results (click here for complete results)

  1. Jung Hu and David Wong
  2. Yewen Fan and Nian Si
  3. Jesse Liu and Michelle Liu
  4. Philip Abrahamson and Dana Shelley

Schedule

District Finals

Players must qualify at the club and unit NAP levels to be eligible to enter the District 21 finals. The top three winners of Flight A will represent District 21 at the Spring NABC (March, 2019) in Memphis TN. The top four winners of Flight B and Flight C will be eligible same as above. The District finals will be held during December, 2018:

Flight Date Time Location
Flight A: Open Saturday, Dec 8, 2018
(qualifying sessions)

Sunday, Dec 9, 2018
(final sessions)
11 AM and tbd Palo Alto Bridge Center
432 Stierlin Rd
Mountain View CA
650–940–1824
Directions
Flight B:
0–2500
Saturday, Dec 15, 2018 11 AM and tbd San Jose Bridge Center
1190 S. Bascom Avenue, Suite 105
San Jose CA
408–871–1232
Directions

Large parking lot behind building, accessible via Del Mar Ave.
Flight C:
NLM 0–500
Sunday, Dec 9, 2018 11 AM and tbd Palo Alto Bridge Center
432 Stierlin Rd
Mountain View CA
650–940–1824
Directions

Resources for Clubs and Units

To schedule a unit final, first check with NAP Coordinator Stu Goodgold whether the date is available, and then click here to register.

Club flier

ACBLscore instructions

Conditions of Contest

The ACBL District 21 2018–2019 North American Pairs will be played according to the 2018–2019 North American Pairs Conditions of Contest, with District 21 electing the following options as allowed in those Conditions. Any changes to the ACBL Conditions of Contest and their allowed options take precedent over the items listed here.

The time has arrived to start planning for the 2018–2019 NAP club-level qualifying games during the months of June, July, and August. Your club may hold two NAP qualifying games per sanctioned session per month. The sanction fee is only $5.00 per table payable to ACBL. Your players receive 50/50 red and black masterpoints at sectional rating. Clubs do not need a special sanction — just use the NAP strata and random deals. Players are allowed to play with different players at a Club or a Unit NAP game. Unit and District 21 final NAP games are Gold and Red masterpoints at sectional rating. Also see resources for club managers.

Strata:

Players must first qualify at the club level and then after you qualify at the club level you are allowed to enter into the Unit Nap Level = a Player can ONLY PLAY IN ONE UNIT GAME IN THE DISTRICT. A Unit can have only ONE UNIT NAP QUALIFYING GAME and the UNIT NAP game must be approved by the NAP Coordinator for the month of September, October, or November 2018. After approval then send to ACBL for an sanction. The fee to Units for the Unit NAP game is $7.00 per table. After qualifying at the Club and Unit Level NAP game you may now enter into the D21 finals with NO EXCEPTION TO QUALIFICATION. The top three finishers in Flight A and the top four finishers in Flight B and Flight C are invited to attend the Spring NABC in Memphis TN in March 2019.

ACBL monetary awards will be given on site and players must play in the event until eliminated to receive the award. All players must be a paid member of District 21 in good standing.

NAP Coordinator: Stu Goodgold, stugo@sbcglobal.net