Daily, 10AM, 5PM and 7.30PM EDT: “Support Your Club” ACBL Black Point Games

ACBL Games on BBO

As of Thursday, March 19, daily at 10 a.m., 5 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Eastern time ACBL members can play with any other ACBL member in a specially created game on BBO and earn black masterpoints®. When you play in one of these games, the majority of your table fees will be given back to your club. This way, you can help to support your club while also having the opportunity to win black masterpoints.

What: Support Your Club ACBL Black Point Game (18 boards)
When: Every day at 10 a.m., 5 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Eastern time
Awards: ACBL Black Masterpoints and BBO Points
Entry fee: 5 BB$
Limits: Open to all.

Where to find the “Support Your Club” ACBL Black Point Game (10 AM, 5PM and 7.30PM Eastern Time)

Click ACBL WORLD, and look for the Support Your Club ACBL Black Point Game (18 boards).

The Support Your Club ACBL Black Point Games are visible and open for registrations every day, with 2 hours before start time (from 8AM to 10AM, from 3PM to 5PM and from 5.30PM to 7.30PM Eastern).

There is a Search box at the top. You can use it to type “Support” or another key word to find the tourney faster.

How to register to the tournament

Now that you found your tournament, click on it. You will reach this screen.

Type your partner’s username in the Invite box, and click the Invite button. You both need to be online.

How will you know my club?

The ACBL will share the revenues to each club based on participants’ ACBL player numbers and their recent live sessions. See the FAQ for more information. Update your ACBL number to help BBO and ACBL link you to a club.

Other useful links and tips

Update ACBL number. This page allows you to add your ACBL number to your BBO account, and have your masterpoints reported to the ACBL.

Purchase BB$. BBO dollars are needed to pay entry fees for pay tournaments on the site. Most tournaments are free, but if you wish to play pay games that issue masterpoints, you will need BB$ to pay the entry fee.

Myhands, results, history. The Hand Records database allows you to access your hand records. Recent tournament results can also be accessed on BBO, in the History panel, to the right hand side of your screen.

If you need further help please do not hesitate to contact us.