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When I first learned to play bridge, in my last year of high school, I read some books by the late Terence Reese. He was, and is, acknowledged as one of the finest bridge writers. In a way, he was … Read More
I love the game of bridge! But sometimes despair when I run into players who seem, at least to me, to have strange attitudes to the game. I both direct games and play. I try very hard not to get … Read More
I’ve discussed slow play before. There are lots of things that can be done by players to speed up the game, but I would like to chat about one that does not seem to get much press. Over the past … Read More
When discussing etiquette at the bridge table, the conversation eventually (usually) gets around to the subject of “Slow Play”. In general, bridge players don’t like sitting around twiddling their thumbs because a couple of slow tables are holding up the … Read More