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N 4 A low coral 7 —A marsh ssss& (\| i_. I F-, fW O E island B—General r. .tPt, j _ 11m - $—A cepe %L the direction ' H j&-.|L-|L. |o j [N[ P,| [ > JS_ vM3 ‘ CONTRACT BRIDGE 1 WRITTEN FOR CENTRAL press I By E V. SHEPARD i m FAMOUS BRIDGE TEACHER JL at —i ——— MASTERING BRIDGE (11) I A FORCING bid is one obligating lartner’s response, unless excused by in intervening bid when he is too weak to volunteer an overcall. Nat iral forcing bids are calls which their maker wishes to play, unless further adding discloses a better call for the oint 26 cards of his side. Artificial forcing bids are calls announcing ■icssession of the conventional hold ings required to make the bid, wuth >ut enlightening partner as to which suit the bidder is willing to play as uump. For example: The Vander bilt opening bid of 1-Club show's pos session of three quick tricks, without etling partner know whether the ipening bidder can afford to play iubs or is void of that suit. Under mother system an opening bid of 2-Ciubs shows at least five quick licks and seven playing tricks, al hough the bidder may or may not ie strong in the suit named. Both hese club bids are purely conven rional. requiring further calls to show even a biddable suit. Both natural and artificial bids possess merit. In North America the great advances made in the game, with the occidental directness of the natural bids, have caused the great majority of experts ami average players as well, to prefer that type of force to the Oriental indirectness of the artificial opening bids. At least for the present we will let fol lowers of artificial forcing bids make theu; owm explanations to partners and Opponents. We will confine our selves fin expla/mtipHf’Of ;the most euaming fopcvrtg bfd‘ ~of .twQ af a suit. The simplest and sanest method of determining whether a hand justifies an opening forcing bid is to apply my original “Rule of Ten”. The nurn b'eL of iplayjnjk triers plus the num bert of 'biddable leuits fqust equal 0 to ffiake a hand worth an opening forcing bid. That is easy to remem CHECK MORE UTILITY TE LEO RAMS. District Attorney Mortimer E. Graham of Erie, Pa., shown holding a city directory, is checking on names appearing as signatures on telegrams sent fco Congressman Charles Crosby Meadville, Pa , urging, him to vote against the Roosevelt administration s utilitid* in'll Standing besido ©raham is Councilman Jack Dundon, aiding in the investigation. PAGE FIVE ber. Nine playing tricks make t. single biddable suit worth an open ing force Force on two biddable suits if eight playing tricks are held, while three biddable suits justify forcing upon seven playing tricks. Single suiters or two-suiters worth only minor suit makes require one added playing trick. Be wary of in cluding promotional values of honors in counting playing tricks, until partner's response shows real strength. Bid the following hands as indicated. 2-Hearts ♦ K Q ♦A 9 3 9AKQ J 8 5 AA 4 2-Spades—■ 4AK Q7 4 ♦ 7 fKQJ 10 3 AA 2 2-Diamonds — 4 6 4 A J 10843 *AKQJS 4» A 2-Spades— ♦KQJ 8 ♦ 4 V A K 6 3 «4A K Q7 AAB 6 5 V A 10 5 ♦ A 10 6 3 Jf, 7 2 ♦ Q J 9 4 K 10 7# fKJ 9 3 P Y 2 ♦KJ >• yV4 4.K648 J$ ] ’s‘B 74 2 . j I *jß*j ♦ 4 • VQB 7 « 2 ♦Q9 6 < A A Q 10 9 Before Monday see if South caa make 4-Hearts doubled. The open* ins lead is the Q of spades.