DAILY BULLETIN – LIVE NEWS Edition
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OPEN TEAMS 1. NETHERLANDS S. Brink, S. De Wijs, B. Drijver, B. Drijver, B. Muller, B. Nab, A. Maas (npc), T. Bakkeren (coach) 2. MONACO J. C. Allavena, G. Helgemo, T. Helness, K. Martens, F. Multon, P. Zimmermann, K. Martens (pc), D. Filipowicz (coach) 3.
One of the toughest decision for a defender is whether or not to make a Lightner double against a slam. On the one hand it might be the only way to defeat the contract, but against that you might persuade
West led the eight of diamonds and when declarer put up dummy's ten it held. His next move was to cash the ace of spades, on which West discarded the four of clubs. Declarer continued with dummy's two of spades
In one of the early Bulletins we reproduced a story by Patrick Jourdain entitled 'Keep Losers, throw Winners'. If you want proof that reading the Bulletin can seriously improve your IMPs look no further than this deal from session four
Back in 1936, Ely & Josephine Culbertson played a match in New York against South American players. Nothing unusual in that you might imagine, but their opponents were sitting in a club in Buenos Aires, 8521 kilometres away! The plays