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January 18, 1965 | Charles Goren
His name is Lew Mathe, but in the world of bridge he is generally referred to, with some awe, as Big Lew. A rugged-looking man with iron-gray hair, Mathe is one of the country's top players, possessing both the...
June 05, 1972 | Charles Goren
A couple of weeks from now two official, undefeated world champion bridge teams—Italy's famous Blues and America's Aces—will be competing in the World Bridge Olympiad for sole claim to the world title. A paradox? Not...
February 14, 1966 | Charles Goren
Bridge tournament reporting usually emphasizes the brilliant coups of the best players, leaving forever unpublicized their not-so-stimulating errors and the stumblings of their opponents. But you can learn a lot by...
February 05, 1973 | Charles Goren
How big a handicap can a bridge expert give his opponents and still win? And what kind of advantage can he afford to offer? In the past these fascinating problems have been tackled in some unusual ways.
May 05, 1969 | Charles Goren
Unlike the Italians, U.S. players do not feel partnerships require long practice, and this year they will get a chance to prove it