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Count Your Tricks Not Your Points

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Cuebidding Slams in Contract Bridge

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Controversial Decisions by Peter Hollands

Peter Hollands is a very talented young bridge player who was a grand master at 23 and has represented Australia and Victoria in open...

Pass or Double? by Andrew Robson

Source: https://www.andrewrobson.co.u Our featured deal was the clincher for myself and partner Alexander Allfrey (sitting East-West) in the European Open Pairs. Clincher in the sense that...

Muiderberg Convention

Source: Wikipedia Muiderberg is a bidding convention in the card game bridge. It is a two-level preemptive opening based on a two-suiter with precisely a five-card major and a minor...

Game Try

Source: Wikipedia A game try (also called a game trial bid) in the card game of bridge is a bid that shows interest in bidding a game and asks partner to help...

Do We Know the Whole Story? by Lynn Berg

I am always sorry for players who shy away from playing notrump – not just because the rewards are greater for tricks in notrump,...

Suit Combinations and Entries By Jim O’Neil

Source: Suit Combinations and Entries By Jim O’Neil One of the most frustrating things that can happen to a declarer is to have several good tricks...

Limit Your Hand by David Gold

One of the most important things to do in a constructive auction is to limit your hand. What does this mean exactly? One of the...

Strengthen Your Game By Brent Manley

Source: www.qldbridge.com If you want to improve your scores in duplicate, especially in pairs, it’s important to have a firm grasp on competitive bidding strategies....

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