Bridge players are constantly urged to count losing tricks in a suit contract.
Robert S. Todd teaches bridge, gives playing lessons, runs duplicate play on cruises, you name it. Oh, and he’s also an expert player.
The 2-over-1 bidding system, all the rage these days, deserves our consideration.
The charming doors of gingerbread cottages will open wide to visitors next Wednesday, August 9 for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the Martha’s Vineyard Camp...
Some hands from the July 24 game at the Edgartown Bridge Club provide excellent lesson material.
Here’s a new convention. It’s easy enough to use and priceless on the rare occasions it’s needed.
Bidding and making a slam are one of bridge’s pure joys.
Bridge players need to stay on the same page as their partners. A 5 3 ♠ 2 ♥ Q J 9 8 6 ♥ 10 7 5 4 3 2 ♦ Q 10 6 ♦ K 9 3 ♣ 5 3 ♣ 10 8 4
Last week I offered some ground rules for takeout doubles in the direct seat. They can be described as SOS.