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Saturday, May 26, 2018
 

Words of Wisdom From Mike Lawrence

Source: www.barbaraseagram.com Whatever you choose to bid, do so with an air of confidence. If you ooze uncertainty when you make a bid or an opening lead...

The Crossruff by E. P. C Cotter

Source: CsbNews The Crossruff. Where there is no attempt to draw trumps, but the declarer and dummy make their trumps separately. For example: 7 K J...

Ducking by Refusing a Finesse by Louis H. Watson

Source: “Watson the Play of the Hand at Bridge” Chapter XI, Page 105 One rather unusual type of ducking play involves the deliberate refusal of a finesse. ...

Customs by Marcelo Branco (BRZ)

After a hard trip and a long line, at last the customs inspector called me. He had a nasty-looking face. I promptly showed him...

A Lesson to Repeat By Shepard Barclay

Source: The Free Lance-Star – 24 Mar 1938  ONE LESSON worth repeating is on the importance of counting losers when you are playing a suit contract. So...

Temptation to Kill a King Must Sometimes Be Resisted By Easley...

Dealer South All Vul K Q 6 Q J 10 A 9 8 6 2 9 3 7 3 K 5 2 10 4 3 A 8 6 5 2 A 9 8...

Dangerous Automatic Play

Source: Ocala Star-Banner – 23 Ago 1980 Dealer North None Vul 10 5 A 10 A K 6 5 3 2 10 9 4 Q 9 4 2 K 9 7 4 3 9 K 7...

Counting may make the game easy By Phillip Alder

Source: Ludington Daily News – 30 Sep 2005 What is the primary reason that experts can play bridge better than non experts? A clue can be found in...

A Lead Advice by Oswald & Jim Jacoby

The Milwaukee Journal – 17 Nov 1975 Jim Jacoby was one of the world’s greatest bridge players. He inherited his bridge skill, from his father,...

Two Questions of Duty by Beverly Kraft & Eric Kokish

"When You open the bidding at the three-level you hope to make life more difficult for your opponents than your partner, who is often...

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