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April 08, 1974 | Charles Goren
Many a hand well worth a grand slam bid is absolutely unsuitable for a bid of six. One legendary story about such a hand involved Howard Schenken and Edward Hymes Jr., although somehow it was omitted from Schenken's...
April 03, 1967 | Charles Goren
Partner switching was rampant before the Vanderbilt began, but when the musical chairs had ended, there was one man who was right back where he started, a winner last year and a winner again, Lew Mathe
February 27, 1967 | Charles Goren
It is not widely known, but the much publicized Culbertson-Lenz match—the Bridge Battle of the Century—had its roots in an earlier challenge match that Culbertson lost. Challenger George Reith picked as his partner a...
June 21, 1965 | Charles Goren
The cheating scandal that exploded in Buenos Aires on the last day of the World Championship so dwarfed the story of Italy's seventh straight victory that this achievement was virtually overlooked.
December 07, 1964 | Charles Goren