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48 - APRIL 2024

48 - APRIL 2024

Double Dummy

DOUBLE  DUMMY PROBLEMS IN THE 21ST CENTURY VOLUME 1, DIFFICULTY RATINGS 1 TO 4 AND A COMPENDIUM OF DOUBLE DUMMY PROBLEMS Hugh Darwen The first of two volumes forming a sequel to the author’s A Compendium of Double Dummy Problems (Master Point…

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DUCK OR NO DINNER

If a good declarer plays (to) a King early in the play, they want you as the defender to take your Ace. It follows that you should probably duck.

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1DblePass 2(*)
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(*) Barely worth the jump, but at least all the 8 high card points rate to be working.

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Andrew Robson OBE is England’s best known bridge player. Andrew has represented England for some 30 years. His many competitive successes include winning the World Youth Team Championships, the European Championships, and the Gold Cup on no fewer than eight occasions.

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