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Electronic version of the Contract bridge to use in the Club Tournaments. Download our Android Apps from the below link.
About DassBridge
dassbridge
dassbridge is an effort to automate the entire contract bridge tournaments.
Hello, I am Chanchal Dass. At the age of sixteen, I have started playing contract bridge. I have conceptualized and developed the dassbridge app to automate the entire tournament. It is not for playing online tournaments. The main purpose of this app is to conduct offline tournaments that can be played using smartphones, laptops, and tablets. It can be used tournaments between 1 to 50 pairs of players.  It can be used for teaching contract bridge. There is provision for chatting with the player where one can send messages for demonstration purposes. It can be used for playing rubber bridge.
Salient Features of dassbridge
The dassbridge is comprised of two apps-one is dassbridgeserver and the other is dassbridgeplayer. IV. PRODUCT FEATURES AND
SCOPE OF THE PROJECT
The product provides the following features:
 Complete tournament can be played using computers on
a network.
 The product can be installed on any desktop operating
system.
 Players can bid and play the cards and see their score.
 Spectators can join in on any table during a tournament
to view the on-going match.
 Players can toggle the option to confirm before making
the desired move.
 Four deck of cards are provided for every player to choose
their choice of design from.
 The players need not specify the server’s IP address.
The client implements an automated server discovery
mechanism.
 The application supports Mitchell movements for up to
50 tables and Howell movements for up to 20 tables.
 It supports Matchpoints and IMP (International Match
Points) tournament scoring.
 Old tournaments can be reviewed and matches be replayed.
They can also be exported to portable files.
Following is what the product does not feature and is out
of the scope of the project:
 Adjusting scores for slow and no show players
 Claiming all remaining tricks and getting approval from
other players
 Teams events (four players in a team)
 Variations of Mitchell and Howell movements, like extended
Mitchell, skip Mitchell, three-quarter Howell, hesitation
Mitchell, double/triple hesitation Mitchell, etc.
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