An Electronic Bridge Book that explains how to identify and execute a wide variety of simple and advanced squeeze plays. While the subject matter is more common to bridge experts, it is hoped that intermediate and advanced players can benefit from this presentation.

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Chapter Seven: Squeezes to correct for blocked entry positions.

Sometimes you don't really need a squeeze to gain a trick. In these cases, you will have something like all the remaining tricks or all but one of the remaining tricks, but a blocked entry position will keep you from being able to cash them. In these cases, a squeeze might come to your aid by forcing the opponent to provide you with either an unexpected trick, or an unexpected entry that allows you to score all your tricks.


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