Thursday, February 21, 2019

Opener’s Reverse By David Lindop

Source: http://www.betterbridge.com/ One standard bidding concept that often leads to confusion is the ‘reverse.’ So let’s see what this term is all about. What Is a Reverse? The most common type...

Bridge Logic: For Effective Bidding, Keep it Simple

Source: For Forbes India By SANJOY BHATTACHARYYA Effective bidding in bridge is a genuinely challenging task. Figuring out how to arrive at the best contract with...

When is a singleton a good/bad opening lead?

When faced with an opening lead against a suit contract, few defenders can resist leading a singleton in a side suit. At times it...

The Trick One by Fred L. Karpin

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

A Double Throw-in

Source: The Evening Independent – Mar 18, 1970 Dealer North None Vul A K Q J K 6 K Q 9 4 10 7 2 9 4 2 A J 10 5 3 2 7...

Trump Control By Ralph Katz

On Wednesday, May 8th 2016,  Melih Ozdil and Ralph Katz, founders of the new Ozdil-Katz Online School of Bridge, held a free lesson on BBO, focused...

Experts also make mistakes

Eugene Register-Guard – 11 Ago 1975 By ALFRED SHEINWOLD Experts Fall from Grace When the Day of Judgment comes, bridge columnists will have a lot to answer for. We...

Conventions: Jacoby 2NT

Source: ACBL      One of Oswald Jacoby’s best gifts to bridge was the idea of using 2NT as a conventional forcing raise in response to a...

Third Hand Play on Partner’s Queen Lead By Beverly Kraft -Eric...

Against a notrump contract, the lead of the queen is from QJ10, QJ9, AQJ with or without extended length. Your opponents bid 1NT-3NT, and your...

Is Your King Pulling Its Weight?

Source: Is Your King Pulling Its Weight? If you were running a business and paying an employee good wages to work, how would you...

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