WITH THE CHANGE THE SUIT CALL
REVISED AND EXPLAINED
J. B. ELWELL
Author of "Elwell on Bridge," "Advanced Bridge,"
"Bridge Tournament Hands,"
"Bridge Lessons," etc.
The best Bridge players are
undoubtedly those who can draw inferences quickly and
Observation is an art
enabling one to discover what other people's play
conceals—as well as reveals.
Observation always infers,
and one inference will lead to another.
Each card played speaks
through its silence, and its language must be
To converse intelligently
through the medium of the cards, each must be seen as it
falls with eyes that grasp its meaning.
Failure to note the play of a
card is not lack of memory, but lack of heed.
Situations are kaleidoscopic
and constant, and success may only be achieved by being
perpetually alert to note them.
All time at Bridge should be
devoted earnestly to what confronts a player, not to
what is past......................