Among the shipped movements there are sometimes appendix tables for Reduced Interwoven Howell and Appendix Mitchell.
Magic Contest cannot handle appendix tables such as 3A or 5B. Instead, the appendix table is always assigned the first available table number higher than the regular tables. In all other aspects the movement works as normal. It does not matter if you in real life use table numbers such as 3A.
Let us take Movement, page 165, as an example. In the table for 11 tables and 8 rounds, pairs 8 and 22 are seated at table 3A. Since there are a total of 10 regular tables the appendix table number in Magic Contest will be 11. The table will then look like this:
Reduced Interwoven Howell, 19 tables, 12 rounds, page 169
This movement contains an appendix table that is not a true appendix table. Since the table number is 8A Magic Contest cannot handle it. Instead, the table number is 19.
Appendix Mitchell, 10 tables, 7 rounds, page 108
The appendix tables are numbered as the highest tables. Then the pair numbers are assigned sequentially.
Table of contents
- Pair movements
- Individual movements
- Scrambled or arrow switched movements
- Pair numbers at Mitchell
- Pair numbers at Interwoven Howell
- Combined Mitchell
- Board sharing
- Appendix tables
- Skip pairs or boards at Skip Mitchell
- Overlap at Scrambled Curtailed Mitchell
- Appendix Mitchell with arrow switches
- Zigzag Mitchell
- Pivot Mitchell
- Identical guidecards for all number of tables in Barometer Howell
- Interwoven Howell (individual)
- Rainbow Mitchell (individual)
- Broken Rainbow Mitchell (individual)