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Law of Total Tricks

Source: Wikipedia In contract bridge, the Law of total tricks (abbreviated here as LoTT) is a guideline used to help determine how high to bid in a competitive...

Making “Redouble” Work for You By George Cuppaidge

Source: http://www.qldbridge.com/bulletin/qba/QBAJun14.pdf THIS is the hand that launched the writing of this article: 9  K Q 10 7 6 3  Q 10 9  A 10 7 You...

The “Rule of Ten” By Andrew Robson

Source: www.andrewrobson.co.uk          The Ten gets a raw deal in bridge - counting for no points yet worth many a trick. However one...

Bidders Club By Brian Senior

Source: 15th European Youth Bridge Championships  West holds: 10  A K Q J  A Q 3  Q 10 8 7 4 Votes: 4 9; Pass 5; Rdbl...

It’s Your Call

A Bidding Problem published in the second 2016 Italian Open and Ladies Teams Championships Bulletin. You will be able to compare your answer with...

Zia Cuebids

Source: Bridgeguys This is a fake cuebid and has only one purpose. The concept of this prinicple has been employed by many bridge players in the...

Takeout Double

Source: Wikipedia In the card game contract bridge, a takeout double is a low-level conventional call of "Double" over an opponent's bid as a request for partner to bid his...

Negative Free Bid

Source: Wikipedia Negative free bid is a contract bridge treatment whereby a free bid by responder over an opponent's overcall shows a long suit in a weak hand and is not...

Better to be in the Right Suit than at a Lower...

Source: Mr. Bridge Left-hand opponent opens 3 and there are two passes to you. What is the right bid with this? Let us look at the alternatives: 1)...

Conventions: Baby Blackwood

Source: BridgeBum     Baby Blackwood is a 3NT ace-asking bid after a major-suit fit is found. It is just like Blackwood, except that it’s one level lower. Example...

5th World Youth Open Championships

5th World Youth Open Championships

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