The director manually prepares computer generated pre-dealt hands. Thus, the director has seen all the boards. This fact is one reason we strive to have a non-playing director. It also means that, when the director sits in, he may inadvertently recall cards in other hands. He will bend over backwards to bid and play as though that unauthorized information were not present. To minimize the appearance of conflict of interest, the director is always disqualified from any masterpoint award.
The Wednesday Game provides computer generated hands for Bridge at the Village. The provided materials include slips for building boards, hand records, and The Post Mortem. The Post Mortem is a two-page leaflet with post mortem analyses of four to six interesting hands in each week's game.