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Tuesday, June 19, 2018
 

Bracket Play is Explained

Source: Ocala Star-Banner - 21 Feb 1963 By Oswald Jacoby When should a defender lead an intermediate card rather than fourth best of a long suit? One occasion is when...

Endplays Avoids Finesse

Source: The Evening Independent - 23 Jul 1936 After a beginner at bridge learns the rank of the cards, the second thing usually taught about play is the...

An interesting card combination By Mike Lawrence

Source: ACBL Bulletin December 2016 BY MIKE LAWRENCE Dlr: West Vul: N-S (1) Support double, showing three hearts. North knew he had to act once South bid...

It Ain’t Necessarily So… Part 1

Source: ACBL Bulletin December 2016 Bridge maxims you thought were true but aren't By Mel Colchamiro The game of bridge is filled with rules and guidelines....

Take All Your Chances, No.1 By Eddie Kantar

Source: Daily Bulletins ORLANDO-FALL NABC 2016-NOV. 24-DEC. 4 Dealer South. None Vul K Q J 9 6 5 K J 3 4 3 7 5 A 10 8 7 4 A Q...

Eddie Kantar’s Pearls of Wisdom

Source: www.barbaraseagram.com You cannot defend properly unless you remember the bidding. You cannot defend properly unless you watch the cards, particularly the little fellows. You...

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...

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