Expert Auction: A Clear Exposition of the Game as Actually Played by Experts ... by Edward Valentine Shepard

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Excerpt from Expert Auction: A Clear Exposition of the Game, as Actually Played by Experts, With Numerous Suggestions for Improvement

It is possible to deal different Auction hands. The best possible system of bid and play is that which, if consistently followed, would win the most possible points if each of these hands could be played. All this has been determined with mathematical precision, and the resulting scientific system of bid and play averages to give the best possible results. T 0 make easier reading most of the mathematical probabilities have been omitted. But each bid and play the reader is advised to use is based upon mathematical fact and practical experience.

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