||a proposition for a contract which
must be higher than all the preceding bids.
||not being able to make the master
tricks in the hand opposite.
||the plastic container to store the
||making small cards masters which weren't
at the start by drawing all the opponent's cards, (long suit tricks)
if necessary giving him one or more tricks.
||the commitment that a declarer makes
to take a certain number of tricks.
||the total of the four hands.
||the player who plays his cards and
those in dummy.
||throwing a card of another suit because
you have none of the required suit left.
||two cards only of a certain suit.
||the player who puts his cards on the
table before the game starts and takes no further part in the game.
||when the declarer doesn't make his
||playing the lowest card of a group
of non-sequential honours (A-Q or K-J) hoping the missing card is
in the hand of the player before the group of honours.
||possess with your partner at least
eight cards of a certain suit.
||fourth card of a long suit arranged
from highest to lowest.
||a contract which scores at least 100
||the thirteen cards one has to play
||the five highest cards of each suit:
Ace, King, Queen, Jack, Ten.
||the fact of playing the first card
of the game.
||the suits of Spades and Hearts.
||the suits of Diamonds and Clubs.
||the other "state" where scores for
game and slam are lower.
||the person who announces first.
||trump with a higher card than the
opponent who has already trumped.
||the association of two players facing
||turn a lesser honour into a master
by drawing out the opponent's masters.
||the partner of the opener.
||a series of at least three cards in
a row; e.g. A K Q, K Q J, Q J 10….
||one card only of a certain suit.
||contract of 13 tricks for a grand
slam and 12 tricks for a small slam.
||each of the four "families" of a pack
of cards: Clubs, Diamonds, Hearts, Spades.
||bridge competition where all the players
play the same hands.
||a suit one chooses and which has priority
over the other suits.
||capture the opponent's card with a
trump so long as you haven't any cards of the suit led.
||no card in a certain suit.
||"state" determined by the number of
the deal which allows you to gain more points for game and slams.