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Joan Wixson |
Party bridge scoring ( 23:34:13 FriJul 18 2003 ) |
Playing 4 hands. Is not "rubber" bridge. One side makes a game, other side makes a game, first side makes a second game. We give 300 pts to lst side for lst game, 500 pts for second game. The opposing side gets 300 points for their game made.
On 4th deal, second side makes a game. After one side gets two games they are said not to be vulnerable anymore. At that point is the 4th deal a whole new ballgame, with either side getting 300 pts. for making a game then?
Re: Party bridge scoring ( 23:44:12 FriJul 18 2003 ) |
Playing 4 hands. Is not "rubber" scoring bridge. One side makes a game, other side makes a game, first side makes a second game. We give 300 pts to lst side for lst game, 500 pts for second game. The opposing side gets 300 pts for their game made.
On 4th deal, second side makes a game. After one side gets two games they are said not to be vulnerable anymore. At that point is the 4th deal the beginning of a whole new ballgame, with either side getting 300 pts for making a game then.....or in any case would 500 pts be given?
Re: Party bridge scoring ( 01:52:15 SatJul 19 2003 ) |
playing 4 hands, not Rubber. You mean Chicago, I assume.
Then, VUL are: None, E/W, N/S, Both, for each hand.
I read somewhere some inverts the 2nd and 3rd VUL, so non dealer pair is VUL, not sure about this
Re: Party bridge scoring ( 17:06:18 MonJul 21 2003 ) |
Correct: what is referred to here is a well-known form of rubber bridge called Chicago. On the first deal neither side is vulnerable, on the second and third dealer is vulnerable, on the fourth both are vulnerable. Alternatively some people make dealer's opponents vulnerable on the second and third deal.
There are a few other special Chicago rules. If a hand is passed out it is redealt by the same dealer, and does not count as one of the four deals. The four deals in Chicago are called a rubber.
Scoring: a bonus of 300 for a non-vulnerable game, and a bonus of 500 for a vulnerable game. Part-scores on the first three deals get no bonus, but may be increased to a game on a later deal by another part-score.
Example: Deal 1: side A gets 60: no bonus: Deal 2: side B gets 40: no bonus: Deal 3: side B gets 60, making game with its Deal 2 bonus, so it gets a game bonus [vulnerability as in Deal 3] and side A loses its part-score, and has to get 100 on ht elast deal to get a game bonus.
On the other hand if a side gets a part-score on the fourth deal only, and if it does not add up to game, then they get 100 bonus.
Other scoring [including honours] as in normal rubber bridge.
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