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    How do I turn off surrender option for flashcard drills in CVBJ?

    Hi, In Rule Variations I have the Late Surrender box un-clicked but when I run the flashcard drills, it still quizzes for them. Is there a way to turn this off so it doesn't give me the surrender option in the drill?


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    The general way to use the drill is to select which types of hands you want. So, turn off the surrenders. Or, you can use the Mask to select exactly which hands you want.
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    I'd like to test myself on the hands for the rules I'll face. So in this example, I still want it to test me on 16 Vs T at various counts but with no surrender option.

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