[BLML] Procedure if you suspect a board has not been reshuffled[SEC=UNOFFICIAL]

David Grabiner grabiner at alumni.princeton.edu
Wed Aug 21 04:11:05 CEST 2013

While I agree that dealing machines are useful, they wouldn't have avoided this situation.  The board had been computer-dealt (although humans inserted the cards into the deck), but boards for the wrong session were placed on the table.
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  From: Richard HILLS 
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  David Grabiner:

  >or is there a better procedure?

  Dealing machines are used at all major tournaments in Australia, plus dealing
  machines are employed by many Aussie bridge clubs for their minor tournaments.

  Best wishes,

  Richard Hills

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