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 Whichever substitutes option is used the club will be charged UMS (P2P) for the substitutes. Whichever substitutes option is used the club will be charged UMS (P2P) for the substitutes.
  
-Robots ​cannot ​be used as substitutes.+In a change as of 03.06.20 ​Robots ​can now be used as substitutes ​both individually or as a pair to make up a half table.
  
 **What happens if I get disconnected during a game?** **What happens if I get disconnected during a game?**
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 Yes it will be. Yes it will be.
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 +**How do we upload the results to Bridgewebs and to EBU?**
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 +There are a number of 3rd party utilities which can help to create the XML files for upload to Bridgewebs and EBU. One such utility is called BBO Extractor, instructions on how to use it can be found [[bboextractor|here]].
  
 **Our club members are concerned about buying BB$, is there another option?** **Our club members are concerned about buying BB$, is there another option?**
  
 Yes there is. If the club chooses they can setup their games up so that the players do not pay anything when they register and the club is then charged for use of the BBO platform instead. The standard amount the club would be  charged by BBO would be $1 per person per session although if the club will be charging members more than £2.50 to play then BBO will increase this to 30% of what the club is charging. This is in line with the original price model where 30% of all table money is retained by BBO. The club would be responsible for collecting the table money from the players. The money charged by BBO would be collected by the EBU to pass on to BBO, in addition to the UMS (P2P) fees. Yes there is. If the club chooses they can setup their games up so that the players do not pay anything when they register and the club is then charged for use of the BBO platform instead. The standard amount the club would be  charged by BBO would be $1 per person per session although if the club will be charging members more than £2.50 to play then BBO will increase this to 30% of what the club is charging. This is in line with the original price model where 30% of all table money is retained by BBO. The club would be responsible for collecting the table money from the players. The money charged by BBO would be collected by the EBU to pass on to BBO, in addition to the UMS (P2P) fees.
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