JSSSCORE Bridge Scoring Software
These bridge scoring programs (known as Jeff Smith Software Score) are currently used by the English, Scottish and Welsh Bridge Unions and many others for most of their main tournaments. The Scorers are free of charge but you may wish to contribute to maintenance costs via Paypal Donation ref. the bottom of this page.
PLEASE NOTE THE DOWNLOAD LINKS WILL BE REMOVED FROM THIS SITE ON MAY 1ST 2019.
YOU CAN STILL DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAMS RENAMED AS EBUSCORE FROM THE ENGLISH BRIDGE UNION SITE AT www.ebu.co.uk/ebuscore
The English Bridge Union rebranded the October 1st 2015 release as EBUScore. That version will be available free to EBU affiliated clubs and at a small charge to non-EBU unaffiliated clubs. EBUScore may be accessed using the link to www.ebu.co.uk/ebuscore. Previous/nonEBU customers may continue to get support from this site or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Software consists of five independent scoring programs:
- PairsScorer - for scoring normal 'Duplicate Pairs' sessions
- TeamsScorer - for scoring normal 'Multiple Teams' events
BMPFTP Utility program for MSDOS scoring programs interfacing with the Bridgemate Pro Control Program. Available in an English and German version.
BMTEST Utility program to emulate Bridgemate scoring by inputting random names and bridge scores. Used for testing
The Scorers are reliable, easy-to-use Windows scoring programs for regular use. They are designed for robustness, flexibility and ease of use yet fully cater for all the requirements of a Bridge Scoring program in a Club or County pairs in a single, multisection or multisession event. Users have found the programs extremely friendly to use, fast while totally reliable with all input being immediately secured. Further facilities may be added on request.
English Bridge Union http://www.ebu.co.uk/
Scottish Bridge Union http://www.sbu.org.uk/
Welsh Bridge Union https://welshbridgeunion.org/
You may download the software for use in your bridge events free of charge, and feedback / suggestions for future improvement would be welcome. If you like it and wish to express your appreciation for the time and resources expended developing and supporting it over the years, you may contribute a donation (via Paypal):
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