SIT OUT. (1) (Verb) To miss a round in a double game because there are an odd number of pairs. (2) Wait to cut into a set of Chicago bridges or rubber. Refuse. (1) Deliberate failure to obtain a sting for strategic reasons. (2) When used in the sense of the refusal of finesse, that is, it is not the finesse previously acquired to ensure the contract. (3) An obsolete term, once used in the bridge of whistles and auctions, and whose laws defined it as „not to follow“. North. A position in a four bridge or in a bridge diagram facing south and left from the west. In duplicate games, the evaluation is usually done by North (although it is still south in some countries), an issue designated by the sponsorship organization. In print and electronic media, North is usually the decoy. Club.
The symbol ♣ that appears on the 13 cards in the lowest ranking of the four colors in a bridge. It comes from French (Trefle), but the name seems to be of Spanish or Italian origin as a translation of Basto or Bastone. The contours of the club suggest a clover. UNFINISHED RUBBER. A rubber ended in agreement before both sides won two games. A page that has won a match is credited with a bonus of 300 points; a page that has the only part is credited with a bonus of 100 points (it was 50 to a change in the 1993 code). OVER THE LINE. A phrase that refers to all scores in a rubber bridge over a horizontal line on the match sheet, including penalties and bonuses for honors, slams, rubbers, overtricks and the performance of a double or dubbed contract. If you still haven`t solved the type of crossword puzzle the bridge auction type, then why not search our database for the letters you already have! It`s a game.
In double deck, it is an auction for 3NT, four of a large color or five of an accessory color. Security. The condition of a higher penalty and the right to higher premiums, as set out in the scoreboard. In the rubber bridge, vulnerability arises by winning a game towards the rubber. In duplicate bridges, vulnerability is arbitrarily assigned by map numbers. The vulnerability in duplicates is found in a cycle of 16 compartments that repeats for each of the next 16 cards. Cards 1, 8, 11 and 14 are not vulnerable; Councils 2, 5, 12 and 15 endangered north-south, east-west did not endanger; Organs 3, 6, 9 and 16 are threatened in the east-west, the North-South is not threatened; Cards 4, 7, 10 and 13 are vulnerable. It`s easy enough to remember the 16 letters that make up this provision: FOUR-DEAL BRIDGE.
The shape of the Chicago rubber bridge. MR. NOTRUMP. A ranking in which a player can offer on deck. Notrump is just above spades in priority. Only nine points are needed for the notrump game, since the first sting on the six-point book has 40 points and the following points are 30 points each, as in a big suit. As the name suggests, the contracts are played in the Trump Color-free Notrump. The play is therefore totally different from that of costume contracts, one of the main differences being that the single player, by planning his line of play, tries to count the winners instead of the losers.
Under no circumstances is a main concern of the page, which contracts for the game or partially, is stopper in the pursuits offered or held by opponents. There are more gambling contracts without Trump than in any other denomination. In Britain, it is normal to use two words and pluralize the second: „no assets.“ The hyhemate form – „no-trump“ – is a compromise in common usage in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. In Chicago, a four-handed variant of the rubber bridge, vulnerability is arbitrarily attributed in the same way; No first-hand vulnerability Vulnerable distributors on the second and third hand; and all vulnerable people on the last hand. A variation in some clubs, which may be a slight technical improvement, attributes the vulnerability on the second and third hands to the dealer`s opponents. The goal is to allow Opener more leeway in Deriz.