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Contract Bridge W.A. & A.C. Churchman - 1935
Notes: Cards are approximately 1-3/8" x 2-5/8". Thanks much to John Rand for the checklist!
No. Title 1 A forcing "one-Club" Grand Slam 2 A Grand Slam redoubled 3 A "two Clubs" Grand Slam certainty? 4 Counter attack the best defence 5 A jump-raise to a game bid 6 The value of the "call" 7 Establishing an entry card in dummy before leading trumps 8 Lead your fourth best 9 Driven into a Grand Slam 10 The No Trump hold-up at contract 11 A forcing "one Club" game contract 12 A very big conventional over-bid and the result 13 A forcing "two Clubs" bid and partner's three spades response 14 A two No Trumps and a response upon the Milton Work count 15 A "big two" bid and a two No Trumps response 16 A very well played Grand Slam 17 Placing the lead in a well played hand 18 An unconventional response and a good hold-up 19 A weird conventional bid 20 A shut-out or a slam invitation 21 A double that gave the show away 22 A "two Clubs" bid and a two Hearts mistake 23 A well played five Hearts contract 24 Establishing a plain suit before leading trumps 25 Over-bidding in opponents suit on Chicane 26 A four No Trumps failure 27 A Grand Slam on a "big two" bid 28 A very sound informative double 29 A Grand Slam in Clubs 30 The two-and-a-half-tricks bogy 31 A small slam on weird distribution 32 A big plunge that was well worth it 33 Showing a long suit in reply to a partner's No-Trumps 34 Good defence against a three No Trumps bid 35 Finding the game saving trick 36 A "one Club" Grand Slam re-doubled 37 Taking the best chance for game 38 The "forcing two" bogy 39 A bold informative double 40 A good small slam bid in Diamonds 41 Refusing an over ruff breaks the contract 42 The strategic value of an informative double 43 A Grand Slam plunge that was well worthwhile 44 A well played small slam 45 Avoiding the lead to save game 46 An example of psychic bidding 47 A well justified fourth-in-hand opening 48 The Grand Coup 49 A forcing "two Clubs" game on weird distribution 50 A ragged long suit bid and a small slam Searchwords: jahoc, yr1935, mfrChurchman, catPeople©2006 John Rand, Jeff Allender. Comments, updates, & corrections are welcomed!