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Balancing Over One-Bids By Karen Walker

Source: kwbridge.com A balancing bid is made in the pass-out seat after an opponent has opened the bidding (1 of a suit on your left, Pass,...

Building a System: Weak Twos

Source:  Bulletins Overall, the main difference between the system of a top pair and an intermediate or novice pair is not so much that they have more...

No Escape from Surround Play

Source: trumps.net.au In a hand from a past World Bridge Championship, we look at a textbook defensive situation with which few club players are familiar. Dealer West,...

Developing your card sense By Karen walker

Source: kwbridge.com One of the keys to becoming a good bridge player is to develop "card sense", which is generally defined as an aptitude for card...

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...

To Finesse or not to Finesse by Fred L. Karpin

" He who lives by the finesse will perish by the finesse" Dealer East N/S Vul A Q 8 5 Q 5 2 A Q J 9 5 3 J...

Stayman with Weak Hands

Source: bridge.rfrick.info Using Stayman often promises enough strength to invite to game. But even if that is your understanding with your partner, you can play "Garbage...

Pairs tactics By Andrew Robson

Source:  Bid Stayman with Many Weak Hands STAYMAN is a fabulous convention —especially at pairs. A 4-4 major fit is the Holy Grail of bidding,...

Listen the Bidding

Source: 121 Tips for Better Bridge By Paul Mendelson 51 / LISTEN TO WHAT YOUR OPPONENTS HAVE BID AND COUNT THE HAND When dummy hits baize. do as...

Suit combinations we should know by heart By Sartaj Hans

Source: The Imp Chimp By Sartaj Hans 1. A3 ………… J10542 Cash the Ace and duck on the way back. 2. A4 ………… Q10985 Run the queen. Counter-intuitive. Compare #4 3 32...

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