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" ... by far the strongest authority for it is, that experienced players, by their settled opinions, reject the opposite course. The instructed player frequently selects one card in preference to another with the sole object of affording information. When... "
Westminster Papers: A Monthly Journal of Chess, Whist, Games of Skill and ... - Page 122
1873
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The Modern Pocket Hoyle: Containing All the Games of Skill and Chance as ...

William Brisbane Dick - Card games - 1868 - 389 pages
...authority for it is, that experienced players, by their settled opinions, reject the opposite course. The instructed player frequently selects one card...possible ; if, fourth hand, you could win with a Ten you would not waste an Ace. But suppose you held Knave and Ten, which card should then be played ? The...
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The Modern Pocket Hoyle: Containing All the Games of Skill and Chance as ...

William Brisbane Dick - Card games - 1868 - 387 pages
...authority for it is, that experienced players, by their settled opinions, reject the opposite course. The instructed player frequently selects one card...possible ; if, fourth hand, you could win with a Ten you would not waste an Ace. But suppose you held Knave and Ten, which card should then be played? The Knave...
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The Westminster chess club papers [afterw.] The Westminster ..., Volumes 1-3

Telemachus Brownsmith (pseud) - 1868
...Cavendish, to show their opinion on the point at issue. CAVENDISH. " The conversation of the game : " " The instructed player frequently selects one card...carried thus far, the play becomes purely conventional." This extract from Cavendish is so conclusive on the point between Mogul and ourselves, that we do not...
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The Laws and Principles of Whist Stated and Explained: And Its Practice ...

Cavendish - 1871
...authority for it is, that experienced players, by their settled opinions, reject the opposite course. The instructed player frequently selects one card...possible ; if, fourth hand, you could win with a ten you would not waste an ace. But suppose you held knave and ten, which card should then be played? The knave...
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The Laws and Principles of Whist Stated and Explained: And Its Practice ...

Cavendish - 1874
...authority for it is that experienced players, by their settled opinions, reject the opposite course. The instructed player frequently selects one card in preference to another with the sole object of aifording information. When the principle is earned thus far, the play becomes purely conventional....
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The Laws and Principles of Whist Stated and Explained and Its Practice ...

Cavendish - Whist - 1880 - 257 pages
...authority for it is that experienced players, by their settled opinions, reject the opposite course. The instructed player frequently selects one card...object of affording information. When the principle ia carried thus far, the play becomes purely conventional. For example : you naturally win a trick...
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The Laws and Principles of Whist

Henry] [Jones - Whist - 1885 - 272 pages
...authority for it is that experienced players, by their settled opinions, reject the opposite course. The instructed player frequently selects one card...possible ; if, fourth hand, you could win with a ten, you would not waste an ace. But suppose you hold knave and ten, which card should then be played ? The...
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The laws and principles of whist stated and explained

Cavendish - Whist - 1886 - 288 pages
...authority for it is that experienced players, by their settled opinions, reject the opposite course. The instructed player frequently selects one card...possible; if, fourth hand, you could win with a ten, you would not waste an ace. But suppose you hold knave and ten, which card should then be played ? The...
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The Evolution of Whist: A Study of the Progressive Changes which the Game ...

William Pole - Whist - 1894 - 269 pages
...some of his most important passages. (21st Edition, Chapter on " The Conversation of the Game.") " The instructed player frequently selects one card...possible : if fourth hand you could win with a ten you would not waste an Ace. But suppose you hold Knave and ten, which card should then be played ? The...
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The laws and principles of whist stated and explained, and its practice ...

Cavendish - 1895
...authority for it is that experienced players, by their settled opinions, reject the opposite course. The instructed player frequently selects one card...possible ; if, fourth hand, you could win with a ten, you would not waste an ace. But suppose you hold knave and ten, which card should then be played ? The...
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