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To Count or not to Count By Phillip Alder

The main reason an expert plays this game so well is that he never stops counting. He keeps track of the high-card points and...

Counting a Hand by Eli Culbertson

Source: Reading Eagle – Aug 6, 1934 There is probably no phase of card playing either to the Declarer or to the defense that is more important...

Better to Count than to Guess by Tim Bourke (AUS)

Source: IBPA Column Service JUL. 2019 IMPs Dealer South. Both Vul 8 3 A Q 8 4 3 K Q 10 7 2 7 K 10 4 2 K 10 6 A 4...

Counting the Opponent´s Distribution by Patrick Jourdain

Source: ecatsbridge.com Bridge is a game of deduction, judgment and memory. Memory improves with practice, judgment improves if you learn from experience. But deduction is the...

Counter Solution by Tim Bourke & Martin Hoffman

Source: Imagination and Technique in Bridge Dealer East. E/W Vul 5 2 A 10 6 3 2 A 7 6 4 A K A K Q J 8 3 --- Q 10 5...

Thinking Bridge by Eddie Kantar

Source: http://cdn.acbl.org/nabc/2018/02/bulletins/db9.pdf Photo by Peg Kaplan Dealer East. Neither Vul 7 3 2 K 7 A Q 5 3 A K 10 2 6 10 8 6 4 3 2 7 4 J 8 4...

What Counts in Play by Terence Reese

Good players differ from average players mostly in this: that the good player tries to play all fifty-two cards, and the average player plays...

Counting Out Opponent’s Distribution by Maritha Pottenger

Source: www.lajollabridge.com When counting, it is easiest to count with smaller numbers. When counting trumps, the simplest method is to count how many trumps the opponents...

Count all the Tricks

Source: The Dispatch – 12 Oct 1981 Polite people don’t guess how much money you have, but a bridge expert keeps track of everybody’s winners and losers Dealer...

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...

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