Cross IMP scoring is used in many events, including the McDonald, Calder/Martin, and Grindon.
Cross IMP scoring is teams scoring for pairs. It is a method that has only become popular with computer scoring since the calculations are extensive, but the strategy is exactly the same as teams and aggregate scoring. Bid your games aggressively, beat the opponents’ contracts, overtricks are not that important.
I’m often asked what a good score at cross imps scoring?
The simple answer is...
Congratulations to the following who have been promoted this season:
Christine McCreath - 5 Star Master
Margaret Patterson - 4 Star Master
Sandy Moor - 1 Star Master
Tony Houghton - Master
Len Hutton - Club Master
Congratulations to Ros and Terry who currently lie fourth with 63.95% in the overall rankings of the East District Simultaneous Pairs.
They are closely followed by Marilyn and Louis in fifth with 61.60%.
Rankings of Berwick pairs
Two boards were fouled last night during the SBU Simultaneous Pairs by people removing the cards from the wrong slot or, more likely, returning them to the wrong slot. This means that all scores for boards 8 and 20 will be removed from the overall results as they cannot cope with such errors in a simultaneous event and that the Ecats 'club' score will be different from our club scores.
This has changed the positions of everyone dramatically (not least because some pairs were scoring in the wrong...