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MY TEN NEW COMMANDMENTS
Charles Goren
September 16, 1957
One day eight years ago, I had stopped for a cup of coffee at the counter in a Chicago railway station restaurant when a man slipped onto the stool next to mine and, in a husky, faintly accented voice which I instantly recognized, asked for a glass of milk. The man was Ely Culbertson.
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September 16, 1957

My Ten New Commandments

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[Ace of Diamonds]
[Queen of Diamonds]
[10 of Diamonds]
[5 of Diamonds]
[2 of Diamonds]
[King of Clubs]
[Queen of Clubs]
[Jack of Clubs]
[8 of Clubs]
[3 of Clubs]
[4 of Hearts]
[7 of Spades]
[3 of Spades]

WEST

1 [Spade]

NORTH

pass

EAST

3 [Spade]

SOUTH

?

It begins to appear that the opponents will get to four spades and will probably make it. North and South may have an excellent save at five diamonds or five clubs. In some remote case, they could conceivably make one of these contracts. But which one? And how can South find out?

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