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Introduced by John Kirby
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Ralph West . John Borwick and I. W. Jarman answer your questions
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An inter-regional contest
A. C. DoucLAss and E. G. P. MARTIN
Miss A. Armitage and G. P. HIRST
Competitors bid and plan the play of the following hand, after North has led the King of Diamonds against Four Hearts. (The outstanding trumps are divided 3-2)
Dealer, West: love all
Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin
The programme is recorded and the players had no advance knowledge of the cards.
E. G. P.
Masters Consultation Match
LEONARD BARDEN and JONATHAN PENROSE consult against
R. J. Broadbent and R. G. Wade
The Toss and the Opening Moves
Why Not Give Brentano a Break?
Talk by Frank Rhoden
Master v. Listeners
Master (White): Chennek Kottmauer Listeners (Black): Harry Golombek
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