The 1922 Rules and Laws of Auction Bridge

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Bristol Press, 1922 - 95 Seiten
 

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Seite 62 - ... the surplus card at the end of the hand is considered to have been played to the imperfect trick, but does not constitute a revoke therein.
Seite 68 - Either of the declarer's adversaries may call his partner's attention to the fact that he is about to play or lead out of turn; but if, during the play...
Seite 69 - An adversary should not lead until the preceding trick has been turned and quitted ; nor, after having led a winning card, should he draw another from his hand before his partner has played to the current trick. 5. A card should not be played...
Seite 68 - ... may call it whenever he pleases ; or he may require the offender to play his highest or lowest card of the suit to the trick, but this penalty cannot be exacted from the declarer.
Seite 50 - A bid is made by specifying any number from one (1) to seven (7) inclusive, together with the name of a suit or No Trump, thereby offering to contract that with such suit as trump, or with No Trump, the bidder will win at least the specified number of tricks over six.
Seite 65 - In that case there is no revoke penalty; but the player, if an adversary, may be required to play his highest or lowest card of the suit led. Declarer, instead of calling the highest or lowest, may treat the card played in error as exposed. A Declarer who has renounced may be required by either adversary to play his highest or lowest, if the adversary on his left have played after the renounce. Any player who has played after a renounce may, if it be corrected, withdraw his card and, without penalty,...
Seite 46 - ... consent of the other three players, appoint a substitute to play in his absence. Such appointment becomes void upon return of said player, or upon conclusion of the rubber; in any case, the substitute, when released, regains all his previous rights. (6) A player who breaks up a table by withdrawing from a table of four at the end of a rubber...
Seite 44 - ... must draw again, FORMING TABLES 6. (a) A complete table consists of six members. In forming a table, candidates who have not played rank first and in the order in which they entered the room. Candidates who have played, but are not members of an existing table, rank next. Candidates of equal standing decide priority by the draw ; high wins.
Seite 65 - Dummy, may not correct his error (except as in c) after the trick is turned and quitted nor after he or his partner has led or played to the following trick. If the correction be made in time, there is no revoke penalty ;^but the player in error (except as in e) may be required to play his highest or lowest card of the suit led. Any player, who played after the renounce, -may withdraw his card and substitute another. (c) If, before the trick is turned and quitted, the partner of the renouncing player...
Seite 45 - TABLES 21. (a) A player leaving a table may, with the consent of the other three players, appoint a substitute to play in his absence; such appointment becomes void upon return of said player or upon conclusion of the rubber. In any case, the substitute when released regains all his previous rights. (6) A player who withdraws from a table of four at the end of a rubber...

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