A bridge movie is a tool for providing an interactive role in the development of a hand; periodically during the bidding or play, the reader is posed a problem to solve. These deals are presented in movie format, even though there might be only one decision point. The idea is not to proceed to the next page until the current situation is deliberated and a choice is made.
Unless otherwise specified, defensive carding agreements are
old-fashioned Standard American: fourth-best leads,
high from three small, second-best from 4+ rags
without a sequence, standard count and attitude.
|10||Feb 15, 2009||An Uncommon Carding Challenge|
|9||Jan 24, 2005||A Tough Defensive Gem|
|8||Oct 16, 2004||Did Barry Crane Misdefend This Hand?|
|7||Jul 04, 2004||Impressing the Master|
|6||Jul 01, 2004||Starting the Day with Style|
|5||Jun 20, 2004||The Santa Rosa Ladies|
|4||Jun 19, 2004||A Charitable Contribution|
|3||Jun 18, 2004||Masters Pairs, Sacramento|
|2||Jun 17, 2004||Imp Pairs, Reno|
|1||Jun 16, 2004||My Favorite Hand|