The NEBC is a longstanding Boston-area club for playing backgammon. We encourage players of all experience levels to join us monthly on Sundays to compete in one of two tournament brackets (Open / Advanced), or simply to come and get acquainted, learn the rules, and observe some world-class backgammon action in a friendly setting.
This year we are moving to a new location and a new day:
NEBC has returned to SUNDAY tournaments!
Frank's is a short 7 minute walk from the Davis Square T Station (or 15 mins from the Porter Square T / commuter rail stop). If you are driving, Frank's has a parking lot right behind the establishment, off Rice Street. If it should fill up, you may park across the street at the Century Bank lot, or around the next corner to the north (Norris Strret) behind Verna's cafe. Unrestricted street parking is also plentiful on Sundays.
To ensure a place in the draw, players must arrive by 12:15. Please bring a board if you can.
Your entry in the tournament comes with a $5 restaurant credit, so please order food and drink liberally during your visit so that we remain welcome patrons of Frank's. Tell the server you are with the club and settle up your own tab (Total cost + Tax + Tip - $5.00) with the tournament director before leaving.
For more details on Entry Fees and tournament structure, click here.
2nd Annual Boston Open
Feb 22-25, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor
How points are calculated
Intermediate (12 players)
Main: 1st Robert Brennan, 2nd Phyllis Seidel, SF Charles Grandon, SF Duncan Noyes
Consolation: 1st Duncan Noyes, 2nd Antoni Fatkulov
Intermediate (13 players)
Main: 1st Doug Bacon, 2nd Evo Ivanov, SF Robert Brennan, SF Wanda Roberts
Consolation: 1st Dale Libkin, 2nd Robert Brennan
Intermediate (9 players)
Main: 1st Stephen Hassman, 2nd Jeff Arredondo, SF Robert Brennan, SF Duncan Noyes
Consolation: 1st Duncan Noyes, 2nd Brian Bunnell
Intermediate (16 players)
Main: 1st Mark Rigel, 2nd Dale Libkin, SF Robert Brennan, SF Stephen Hassman
Consolation: 1st Pedro Calmell, 2nd Anne Bidner