Bridge, Its Principles and Rules of Play

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C. Scribner's Sons, 1903 - Bridge whist - 136 pages
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Page 120 - If any player lead out of turn and the other three follow him, the trick is complete and the error cannot be rectified; but if only the second, or second and third play to the false lead, their cards may be taken back; there is no penalty against any one...
Page 105 - If an erroneous score be proved, such mistake can be corrected prior to the conclusion of the game in which it occurred, and such game is not concluded until the trump card of the following deal has been turned up.
Page 120 - If a player called on to lead a suit have none of it, the penalty is paid. CARDS PLAYED IN ERROR, OR NOT PLAYED TO A TRICK.
Page 123 - At the end of a hand the claimants of a revoke may search all the tricks. If the cards have been mixed the claim may be urged and proved if possible ; but no proof is necessary, and the...
Page 108 - Should any player quit the table during the progress of a rubber, he may, with the consent of the other three...
Page 125 - Either of the declarer's adversaries may call his partner's attention to the fact that he is about to play or lead out of turn; but if, during the play...
Page 123 - ... revoke, and the error may be corrected, unless the question be answered in the negative, or unless the revoking player or his partner have led or played to the following trick.
Page 121 - If any one play two cards to the same trick, or mix his trump, or other card, with a trick to which it does not properly belong, and the mistake be not discovered until the hand is played out, he is answerable for all consequent revokes he may have made. If, during the play of the hand, the error be detected, the tricks may be counted face downward...
Page 121 - ... the surplus card at the end of the hand is considered to have been played to the imperfect trick, but does not constitute a revoke therein.
Page 119 - If a player who has rendered himself liable to have the highest or lowest of a suit called...

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