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Beware of anonymous opponents
Charles Goren
July 19, 1965
A few years back the name of Charles Lochridge was frequently found in the winners' lists of the big bridge tournaments. Nowadays, since he rarely plays anything but rubber bridge, Lochridge is more noted for a witticism that has become a part of bridge lore. A partner of his who had just butchered a hand was incautious enough to inquire, '"How would you have played it, Charlie?"
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July 19, 1965

Beware Of Anonymous Opponents

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EAST

[Ace of Spades]
[King of Spades]
[9 of Spades]
[6 of Spades]
[5 of Spades]
[10 of Hearts]
[Jack of Clubs]
[7 of Clubs]
[6 of Clubs]
[2 of Clubs]
[7 of Diamonds]
[4 of Diamonds]
[2 of Diamonds]

SOUTH

1 [Heart]
4 [Heart]

WEST

PASS
PASS

NORTH

3 [Heart]
PASS

EAST

PASS
PASS

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