Welcome to ACBL District 1:


Eastern Canadian Bridge Conference

 

  GNT Teams  

  NAP Pairs  

 

D1 Tournament Info. 

 

 2011 Flight "A"

 2011 Flight "C"

 

2011 - NORTH AMERICAN PAIRS

District 1 NAOP Finals November, 2011

NAP Flight "A" Winners:
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1st  Bill Halliday  & Trisha Fleet ( Halifax )

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2nd Waldemar Frukacz & Jeff Smith ( Ottawa )

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3rd  Rosemary Sampson & Jim Mathers ( Halifax )

< Click here for Flight - A Results >

NAP Flight "B" Winners:
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1st Steve Anderson & Brian Arsenault ( Halifax )

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2nd  Jean-Luc Lachance & Shaz Taslimi ( Montreal )

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3rd  Rob Kitchen & Mark Golding ( Moncton )

< Click here for Flight - B Results >

NAP Flight "C" Winners:

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1st Bob Feng & Jason Feng ( Moncton )

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2nd Francoise Frenette & Michele Vincent ( Montreal )

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3rd Mike Tanner & Dave Tanner ( Halifax )

< Click here for Flight - C Results >

 
 

Your finish in your District's NAP Finals has earned you an opportunity to represent your District in the National Finals of the North American Pairs in Memphis , TN. All events will be played at the Cook Convention Center .

 

Districts are entitled to three pairs in each of the three flights (Open, 0-2000 and under 500 Non-Life Master).

 

Event Dates

Flight A:        Wednesday, March 14 and Thursday, March 15: 1:00 PM and 7:30 PM

Flights B&C:  Saturday, March 24: 1:00 PM and 7:30 PM and Sunday, March 25: 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM

 

The monetary prizes for 2011 2012 are as follows:

1st Place :   Qualifiers will receive $700.00 per person.

2nd Place : Qualifiers will receive $300.00 per person.

3rd Place :  Qualifiers will be invited to participate in the national level finals, but will not receive a prize.

 

No individual may collect two concurrent prizes.

 

The monetary award will be available on site. Qualifiers must play in the national level event until eliminated to receive the award.

 

There will be no entry fee for the national level of the event.

 

If any pair in any eligible position declines to participate, their prize be will forfeited and will be awarded to the next finisher in line who accepts the invitation. For example, if the 2nd place finishers decline to participate, the original 3rd place finishers will move up to 2nd place and receive the $300.00 prize. The original 4th place finishers will be invited to participate with no subsidy.

 

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