Bridge & other card games/Rotations

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Can you suggest a five pair rotation

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Hi,

The following link describes a movement for 6 pairs.

http://web.mit.edu/mitdlbc/www/bridgemats/Letter/H0305.PDF

Since you only have 5 pairs, treat pair 6 as a phantom nonexistent pair. Table 1 N-S is always empty. The pair scheduled to sit at Table 1 E-W has a sit out. The "relay" for round 5 means that the same boards are shared between the two tables in play.  

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I can answer questions on bidding and on cardplay with the caveat that the former may necessarily involve some subjectivity. I have been playing tournament bridge for over 20 years and I have won several regional tournaments.

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