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dropped a small pad of spades, Pulaidi our eyes, the

original board has become a fascinating mystery of the

double dream home.

Pulaidi wit, a prerequisite for the completion of the

contract must be made three step stone box, so he in

turn three times a AJQ box, and then a third circle

from the plum dream home, in the hands of two king

to eat, mess becomes:

In case that is not clear, East took two spades and

switched to a club (plum). Priday played the other

top club and led the ™J, covered and won in dummy

(dream home). He then cashed three diamonds

(box) and ruffed the third round (circle) of clubs in

hand. The position was now:

´ -

™ A 5 4

t -

® 9

´ - ´ 7 5 4

™ 9 8 7 3 ™ -

t - t -

® - ® Q

´ 9

™ 10 6

t K

® -

Pulaidi hands out of ´9, the West family suddenly in

dire straits, really, 'Sorrow', whether out of that one

card, only to take a longer shelf and ace. When the

West family to ™7 king dream home discard ®9. Next,

the West family back to lead ™9, Pulaidi in the hands

of ™10 eating, continued out of hearts, dream home

™A-5 after mantis, captured the West family of ™8-3.

Got it? Priday led the ´9. West ruffed in with the

™7 and Priday threw the ®9 from dummy. Now

West had to lead a high heart from ™9-8-3; Priday

won in hand with ten and was able to finesse West

and make the last two trumps.

The Chinese article began by saying: 'English old

national champion Pulaidi is the most representa tive

of the British gentleman.' Indeed he was. r

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June 2015 English Bridge

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