Sunday, September 26, 2021

From Valentine with Love by Red Jack

Not so long ago, just before the pandemic, when bridge guys enjoy meeting face-to-face and playing and discussing together… "Would you like to join me...

No Trump, no Cry by Red Jack

No trump, no cry. How to get away with competition According to Arturo Franco, one of the most prestigious Italian World Champions, competing in Bridge...

MAMI, a strategic solution for two-suited overcalls by Red Jack

Of course, I will not suggest asking your mom or grandmother, they probably bid as natural as possible in overcalling. But you? What convention...

Jumping in the Fourth Suit By David Bakhshi

Source: English Bridge December 2007 Issue 214 J A K J 8 6 5 2 A K J 5 2 K Q 10 9 8 5 A K Q...

WHAT is so special about opening a hand which is 5-5...

Source: Harold Schogger WHAT is so special about opening a hand which is 5-5 in clubs and spades? Holding any-other 5-5 combination it is customary...

Burn’s Laws By David Burn

Source: ACBL While working on the new edition of the Official Encyclopedia of Bridge, it occurred to me that we had omitted to mention some...

Fundamental Theorem By Justin Lall

January 6, 2006 Often I would wonder what to do in tactical competitive situations that would arise. Do I want to risk pushing them into...

Profit By Going Set By Oswald Jacoby

Source: Kingman Daily Miner - 27 Ene 1976 The prime requirement for an opening bid is some high cards. Usually 13 or more high-card points and surely...

When the Opponents Interfere in Slam Bidding By Marilyn Hemenway

Source: Omaha Bridge Occasionally when you and your partner are in the midst of doing some fine tuned slam bidding, venturesome opponents decide to interfere. Usually...

Blackwood Interference By Oswald Jacoby

Source: Kingman Daily Miner - 23 Ene 1976  Lead: J Once in a while some nasty opponent interferes with your Blackwood call by bidding over it....

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