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Published by Exposition Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Duplicate contract bridge

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesAn Exposition-banner book
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV1282.3 .M48
    The Physical Object
    Pagination463 p.
    Number of Pages463
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6227346M
    LC Control Number57014218
    OCLC/WorldCa1243558


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BridgeHands assumes no responsibility for orders though Affiliate distributor; you and your Affiliate are responsible for ordering, sales, shipping, billing and service. The Laws of Duplicate Bridge (also known as the Laws of Duplicate Contract Bridge and the Laws of Contract Bridge) is the official rule book of duplicate bridge promulgated by the World Bridge Federation (WBF).

The first Laws of Duplicate Contract Bridge were published in They were revised in, and Expert player outlines rules, scoring, and etiquette of duplicate bridge. Taking nothing for granted, he explains everything from the basics — how hands are moved from round to round, etc.

— to duplicate bridge philosophy, assessing strength of your contract, when to take risks, and more. At duplicate bridge or Chicago, the term may be used loosely to refer to trick score.

BID. A call by which a player proposes a contract that his side will win at least as many odd tricks (tricks in excess of six – the book) as his bid specifies, provided the contract is played at the denomination named.

BIDDER. A player who states or. Club Level Duplicate Bridge: Which Strategies Win Routman, Mark Intermediate General: Commentary on the Laws of Duplicate Bridge Endicott, Grattan Advanced Laws: Complete Book of Duplicate Bridge, The.

Author: Fred Parker Win at Duplicate Bridge teaches intermediate modern bidding techniques for duplicate bridge. You will learn: Conventions, how to bid conventions (Lebensohl, New Minor Forcing, Inverted Minors, Jacoby 2NT, etc), when to overcall with 8 points but pass w how to respond with borderline hands, when to open 1NT with a 5 card major, when to preempt.

Bridge Director Tips 10/22/08 Updated: 05/30/19 3 / 4 The table that follows summarizes the director’s primary rectification considerations. # tricks x-ferred Circumstances 0 1.

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The duplicate format, in which the same cards are played at more than one table, has been in use since the 19th century for competitions in Auction Bridge, Straight Bridge, their ancestor Whist, and several other four-player card games, as well as for Contract Bridge from its invention to.

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It describes and fully explains all modern conventions, including the two over one system. The book is full of examples on how to bid difficult hands, and explains the nuances of expert bidding practices.