2015 Jan NLM Sectional Results

Sunday

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EventField Strength (MP)Tables
Morning Pairs1297413
Afternoon Pairs136879

Saturday

EventField Strength (MP)Tables
Morning Pairs1408218
Afternoon Pairs1497114

January 29th update: Because these results were scored originally scored on an old version of ACBLscore (7.87) that did not contain the masterpoint formula changes that went into effect on January 1, 2015, the masterpoint awards shown at the tournament are slightly different from the now updated results above and the overall awards listed on the ACBL website. This issue does not affect your percentage or ranking.

Total table count: 54

Financial recap. Tournament Flyer. TourneyTRAX listing.

120 players attended, 72 of them taking home masterpoints, with 106.06 total masterpoints awarded. See the ACBL website results for a summary of the winners in each event and the masterpoint winners list. On average they played 1.80 sessions broken out as four sessions (6 players), three sessions (21 players), two sessions (36 players), and one session (57 players). The breakdown by unit is La Jolla (27), San Diego (32), North San Diego (14) North San Diego Inland (6), Coronado (2), Dana Harbour (2), West Los Angeles (4), Torrance (3), Pasadena (2), Long Beach (2), Ventura (2), Riverside (1), Anaheim (1), and non-ACBL (10). John Howard and RJ Petersen, partnering in two sessions, were the top masterpoint winners at 4.16 MP each.

This sectional was our most successful NLM tournament since the unit resumed hosting NLM sectionals in 2012. Ron Ignelzi, the tournament co-chairman, has written a tournament report.

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ACBLmerge tooltip illustration showing player's face and number of masterpoints

The field strength numbers are computed as the arithmetic and geometric means respectively of the masterpoint holdings for all ACBL members in a field.

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