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Going into the last session of the Mixed Pairs, Frank Multon and Sylvie Willard held a commanding lead. The first two deals set the tone[...]read more
The last set of the Mixed teams was action packed. With three deals remaining Manfield led 109-81. Wilson must have suspected they were behind and[...]read more
When two partnerships chasing the title met in the Mixed Pairs final they encountered these dramatic deals: When East led the 5 declarer ended up[...]read more
There is no consensus about the origin of this quintessential English expression, but it is generally attributed to the football manager Ron Atkinson, who used[...]read more
For Want of a King
I suspect everyone is familiar with the proverb, ‘For want of a nail’. It might have been applied to this deal from the last session[...]read more
Theory and Practice
A contract may be beatable in theory, but in practical play it can prove to be difficult, especially when everything turns on the opening lead.[...]read more
Is this a suitable title for a deal from the first session of the round of 16 in the Mixed teams? I’ll leave you to[...]read more
In short matches you might survive one heavy loss, but overcoming tow of them is not so easy – especially if they occur in rapid[...]read more
And the Winner Is….
Kit Woolsey’s first book for some time, The Language of Bridge has been named Book of the Year by the IBPA. That was reason enough[...]read more
It Depends on Ma Mood
Some years ago, playing in the Reisinger against Zia and Michael Rosenberg I noticed on the Convention Card that there was a note in the[...]read more