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Riassunto: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 Excerpt: ...generally is a weak spot somewhere, and you must look carefully for it, so as to be able to attack there when matters begin to look desperate. Any deductions that you can draw, or any cards that you can place, should be carefully noted in your mind at the time, and remembered. It is very useful to know that you can put your partner in towards the end of the hand, so as to lead a suit up to you. It frequently happens that you can see, when the hand is half-way through, that there is only one possible chance of saving the game, and that is, that your partner should hold a certain card, or cards. When this is so, go for it boldly, and play as if you knew that he held that card, even if you have to sacrifice a certain trick in doing so. Say that every suit is declared against you, except diamonds, of which you, being the original leader, hold king and one or two small ones, and the queen and two others are in Dummy; your only chance of saving the game is that your partner holds ace, knave of diamonds; therefore play out your king, although it is certain to make a trick if you do not touch the suit. The chief points to remember, in playing against a "no trump," are (i) always win the saving trick when you can, and run no risks, however improbable; (2) always return your partner's original lead, unless it is obviously fatal to do so; (3) never play a false card; (4) when matters are desperate, play any reasonable coup which may save the game, even at the risk of losing one or two tricks by it. When hearts or diamonds are trumps, your game should be to make what tricks you can, as quickly as you can, finessing nothing, and risking nothing that can be avoided. If the dealer does not lead trumps when he gets in, it will often be your best policy to lead th...

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Descrizione libro RareBooksClub. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 32 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 Excerpt: . . . generally is a weak spot somewhere, and you must look carefully for it, so as to be able to attack there when matters begin to look desperate. Any deductions that you can draw, or any cards that you can place, should be carefully noted in your mind at the time, and remembered. It is very useful to know that you can put your partner in towards the end of the hand, so as to lead a suit up to you. It frequently happens that you can see, when the hand is half-way through, that there is only one possible chance of saving the game, and that is, that your partner should hold a certain card, or cards. When this is so, go for it boldly, and play as if you knew that he held that card, even if you have to sacrifice a certain trick in doing so. Say that every suit is declared against you, except diamonds, of which you, being the original leader, hold king and one or two small ones, and the queen and two others are in Dummy; your only chance of saving the game is that your partner holds ace, knave of diamonds; therefore play out your king, although it is certain to make a trick if you do not touch the suit. The chief points to remember, in playing against a no trump, are (i) always win the saving trick when you can, and run no risks, however improbable; (2) always return your partners original lead, unless it is obviously fatal to do so; (3) never play a false card; (4) when matters are desperate, play any reasonable coup which may save the game, even at the risk of losing one or two tricks by it. When hearts or diamonds are trumps, your game should be to make what tricks you can, as quickly as you can, finessing nothing, and risking nothing that can be avoided. If the dealer does not lead trumps when he gets in, it will often be your best policy to lead th. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9781130101492

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