bridge player

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a card player in a game of bridge

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Critique: An invaluable and exceptionally well organized and presented instructional guide and manual that is unreservedly recommended for personal, community, and academic library Bridge gaming collections, Warren Watson's "Preempts" should be considered an especially high priority read for all intermediate to advanced level bridge players.
Crane, 57, was born Barry Cohen in Detroit and was already an accomplished bridge player when he moved to Los Angeles in the 1950s to work in Hollywood, according to the online movie database
Eleven other bridge players are 70 to 79 years old, including Indonesian billionaire Bambang Hartono (78).
New Delhi [India], August 18 ( ANI ): Indian bridge player Rita Choksi, who is the eldest player in the Indian contingent for the 18 edition of the Asian Games, has said that she is hopeful of impressive performance in the event.
Kathy was a keen bridge player and in her memory the card club now offer a trophy in her name.
She was a full member until moving to live in Almondbury when she joined Woodsome Hall - she is also a keen bridge player.
Former Arsenal skipper Fabregas was in two minds over whether he could cross the London divide and become a Stamford Bridge player when Barcelona agreed to sell him.
Bob was also an avid Bridge player; he achieved the rank of a Bronze Life Master.
Mohammed Ashraf who distributed the prizes is an avid bridge player himself and a Khurshid Trading sponsored tournament is one of the oldest in the country.
Edwin Lewis Jenne was a proud veteran, gardener, avid reader, bridge player, photographer, bird watcher, fisherman and family man.
The keen bridge player moved to Meriden in 1960 and later remarried, but was widowed again after seven years of marriage.
A one minute silence was impeccably observed before the kick-off of the first-ever league encounter between the sides in memory of former Bridge player Callum MacKay, who tragically lost his life in a sea accident.
He received an honorary doctorate from the University of Limerick in 2005 and was a former international bridge player.
The wealthy Lester Trapp is a dedicated bridge player who, in his 70s, has suffered diabetes and gone blind, but it does not stop him from his regular bridge games and his great nephew, Anton Richards, aged 17, is employed by him, to be his driver and cardturner.
Every bridge player learns basic card techniques but the real trick to mastering bridge is to learn which technique to use on any given deal.