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49 - MAY 2024

49 - MAY 2024

DOUBLES [PART 1]

Conventional uses for “Double” have proliferated enormously in recent times. Some thirty years ago, all doubles were for penalties. Then along came the lead-directing double, closely followed by the negative double and the responsive double. Nowadays, virtually all doubles, particularly…

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a small feat narrowly missed

This Sunday, “my” Girls were eliminated from the Coupe de France (French Cup). They had fielded an all-girls team and narrowly lost (3 IMPs) to a very good team, with players who are regulars in the National Division 2. So they missed out on a small feat.

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Wilfried Libbrecht

Teaching and Associate Director of the Bridge College website, he is the national coach of the FFB Youth teams. As a four-time winner of the Coupe de France, his reputation is already established. Wilfried Libbrecht also writes many articles in specialised bridge magazines like the column “The Sunday Night Question” you can find on Funbridge. Picture © Caroline Moreau.

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