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March 31, 2010

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Steven Gaynor

Good lesson on 'tells' at the bridge table. There are many of them and the one where a bid is made with emphasis means the bidder has made a close decision. Figuring their problem out, as John says, can lead you to a winning play. It is best to channel Mr. Spock and be totally emotionless at the table. Tough to do.

Peg

Exactly correct, Steve. Bob Hamman and Jeff Meckstroth are the best of the best at this. You have no idea if they are delighted or disgusted with dummy when it is put down. And - believe me, this lack of emotion gives them a huge edge, on top of their already enormous talents.

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