contract bridge


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a variety of bridge in which the bidder receives points toward game only for the number of tricks he bid

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This area of mathematics is associated with permutations, combinations and probabilities and proves to be useful in real-world applications of statistical experimental design, digital electronic codes, and tournament arrangements for sporting and recreational activities such as golf and contract bridge.
Examples of individual topics explored by the two-to-three page entries include Amos 'n' Andy, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, automobiles, contract bridge, Walt Disney, Flash Gordon, Judy Garland, Edward Hopper, Leisure and Recreation, the Lindbergh Kidnapping, the Marx Brothers, miniature golf, pulp magazines, Paul Robeson, Frank Sinatra, stamp collecting, Walter Winchell, and Frank Lloyd Wright.
Jude Goodwin's 'Table Talk' bridge cartoons have appeared for more than 30 years in the American Contract Bridge League's Bulletin--so if you recognize them and are an avid player, you'll love having them all under one cover at last.
Part memoir, part history of contract bridge, this very unusual book will largely mystify non-bridge players while the initiated will readily embrace the notion of bridge as a metaphor for life as Balfour traces his relationship with his father right up until it ends in the cancer ward, with Balfour Snr still hankering after the bridge table's "square yard of freedom".
While Vulnerable In Hearts easily reaches an adult audience, this memoir is reviewed here for its special interest to young adults as well, telling of a father, a son, and contract bridge, which binds their worlds.
He also plays the piano and likes the game of contract bridge.
However, some of the topics suggested were deemed too obscure, including the natural life of a goldfish and railway routes in Britain and contract bridge.
In a game of contract bridge, the four players are assigned the names North, East, South and West, corresponding to their seats around a bridge table.
The sixth edition of 'The Official Encyclopaedia of Bridge' has been published by the American Contract Bridge League.
Chiefs (-3 1/2) at 49ers: Bill Walsh's latest project: Adapting the West Coast Offense to contract bridge.
The modern variety, known as contract bridge, was first seen in Paris in 1918 and took the world by storm in the 1920s and 30s.
In card games such as contract bridge and poker, players deal not only with chance but also with incomplete information about what cards the other players hold.
Additional conventions at Grand Wayne in 1995 include the International Harvester Collectors Convention for those interested in old farm machinery; Great Lakes area convention of the Athletic Trainers Association; a "Star Trek" convention; an American Dance Association conference; the American Contract Bridge League, with more than 7,000 tables of bridge; and the Indiana Correctional Association Convention that features a portable jail.
Contract Bridge League of Memphis, a member was suspended for misappropriation of funds.
creating acclaimed backgammon, chess and contract bridge games