You can get your results by email whenever you play at a participating New Hampshire duplicate club or in the New Hampshire State Championship. To get started click the image above or the link below to access your Personal Results page on the NHBA Pianola server:
If you cannot access your Personal Results page on the Pianola server, send your name, ACBL number, and email address to Barry Rogoff (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The first time you access the server, Pianola asks you to specify a username and a password to use in the future. Enter your first name, last name, ACBL number and email address*. Use the same first name and last name every time you make out an entry form whether it's for a club game or a tournament. Do not use nicknames!
If you aren't an ACBL member leave the field blank. Do not use the placeholder numbers created by club directors in ACBLscore. We encourage you to join the ACBL right away to start earning masterpoints. When you join the ACBL make sure to edit your Personal Results page account settings to add your ACBL number. Do not create another account.
When you have successfully logged into the Pianola server, it displays a line graph of your scores over time. Click a point on the line to open a detailed record of the boards you played. There are many other features so explore everything.
* Note: the NHBA does not share email addresses with the ACBL or anyone else.
Get Your Tournament Results From the ACBL
To receive instant notification of your sectional, regional, and national tournament results from ACBL Live via email or text message:
All New Hampshire duplicate clubs are requested to upload their game results to the NHBA Pianola server so that players receive their results by email. The more clubs participate, the more data everyone’s personal results page history will have and more interesting the data will be. If your club has not yet started uploading results, please encourage your club manager/director to participate.
The procedure is very simple and similar to the ACBL game results upload.
The database contains out-of-state players who have participated in Unit 150 events.
The NHBA strongly recommends that you also go to the ACBL website to manage your Privacy and Communication settings.
Note that the Unit 150 database and the ACBL database may get out-of-synch with each other over time. We intend to update the Unit 150 database to reflect changes in the ACBL database periodically.
Notify the ACBL and the NHBA of Deceased Members
If you're aware of a New Hampshire player who has passed away, please ask the family to notify the NHBA and the ACBL at 662-253-3129 or InMemoriam@acbl.org. An obituary or other proof such as a copy of the death certificate may be required.
What is Pianola Plus?
Pianola Plus provides a much more extensive personal results page for serious players. It has more statistics and graphs that help you visualize your performance over time. You must to purchase your own subscription.