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Have fun, In March 2011 Ken wrote the following note to us
Victoria responded. He's right. I think it can be fixed. Start with the same first three rounds as before:
Then use:
and jumble up the days to separate the repeats that occur in the last two lines. If I read this right, all pairs play together once and then: So no pairs play together three times. It may not be a perfect schedule (i.e. best possible). It seems not bad though. Gary  


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