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The Moysian (4-3) trump fit is named for the late Alphonse Moyse, who was an ardent proponent of selecting such trump suits. Managing the play when the longest trump holding is only four cards, and the opponents have almost as many total trumps as declarer, is a delicate balancing act. The techniques that need to be applied when playing a Moysian fit are unusual, and have received little attention in bridge literature prior to this.
|Publisher:||Master Point Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Warren Watson (Canada) is a former Aerospace Engineer and is currently an artist, with a diploma in Fine Arts from Okanagan University College in Kelowna, BC, and an avid bridge player. He is an ACBL Sapphire Life Master, an ACBL accredited bridge teacher, a bridge columnist for the Trail Times, an ACBL director, an accredited ACBL tournament assistant and the Kootenay Jewel Bridge Club manager. He currently resides in Trail, BC, and in winter can be found skiing around the back of Grey Mountain.