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Alt Tournaments in 2021

Since the beginning of the Alt tournaments in March 2020, world-class bridge has become pervasive online. Starting with eight teams in the first tournament (Columbus Alt), we had to deal with significant interest, leading to increasingly larger tournaments. Unfortunately, we also were confronted with various forms of cheating.

Taking online bridge as seriously as it has to be, measures were taken, based on the invitational character of Alt events. At the same time we believe in second chances and Alt became the first organizer to allow players back in its events after making a public confession, as described here.

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