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What Does 4NT Mean? by Chris Jagger

Responding to Four Level Opening Preempts by Chris Jagger

Defence to a Strong Club by Chris Jagger

A Primer on Negative Doubles by Chris Jagger

Stayman on 4441 Hands by John Turner

Continuations after a 2NT Rebid by Chris Jagger

Raising Responder by Chris Jagger

Doubling Opponents and not Splitting Partners by Chris Jagger

Bidding After a 3NT Overcall by Chris Jagger

The Wraight Convention by Philip Wraight

System Over 2NT by Chris Jagger

Continuations After a Jump Rebid by Chris Jagger

Low Level Reverses by Chris Jagger

Raise to 3 or 5 by Chris Jagger and Julian Wightwick

What does 4NT mean? by Chris Jagger

The Gambling 3NT by Chris Jagger

The 4NT Opener by Chris Jagger

The 5NT Opener by Chris Jagger

Preempts by John Young

Defending against preempts by Chris Jagger

Detective Story by Peter Burrows

Detective Story - Part II: Thank You Partner by Peter Burrows

Detective Story - Part III: Grand Finale by Peter Burrows

Pulling 2NT - Forcing or Not by Chris Jagger

Defending against a 1NT overcall by Chris Jagger

No Trump Point Ranges by John Young and Catherine Ashment

Do you Double? by Paul Barden

The Artificials v Naturals by Chris Jagger

Fourth Suit Forcing by Chris Jagger

Forcing 2NT Rebid by Chris Jagger

Responding to Takeout Doubles by Chris Jagger

Defence to Stayman / Transfers by Chris Jagger

Super-Moysians by Peter Burrows


Some Double Dummy Analysis by Jonathan Mestel

A Mental Block by Chris Jagger

Play On, MacDuff! by John Turner

The Vanishing Trump Trick by Jonathan Mestel

Count Signals by Chris Jagger

Hand Reading by Chris Jagger

... and half a dozen of the other by Jonathan Mestel

A Tale of Two Sixes by Jonathan Mestel

Another Tale of Two Sixes by Jonathan Mestel

Card Reading by Chris Jagger

The Vice Squeeze by Michael Courtney (Ann Curtin)

Faites vos jeux! ... Rien ne vas plus! by Giles Woodruff

Play the King less than a third of the time by Jonathan Mestel

Stepping On It by John Turner

The Inominate Squeeze

A for Attitude, K for Kount by Chris Jagger

Mouth-borne in Bournemouth by Jonathan Mestel

Laws and Ethics

Misbidding Boxes by David Carmichael

Laws and Ethics - Hesitations by Chris Jagger

Laws and Ethics - Unauthorised Information by Chris Jagger


Not My Day by an anonymous reader

A Cow Flew By by Jonathan Mestel

A Weak Field at Trumpington? by John Turner

For the Amusement of the Bridge Gods by Bill Briscombe

Keeping Mum in Coventry (Tolle 1996) by Steve Siklos

Bridge Horoscope by Giles Woodruff

Mick and Beth to beat King Hereafter by a Scottish Player

The Griffins visit Derby by Jonathan Mestel

The Griffins visit Newmarket by Giles Woodruff

Old newsletters

Newsletter 67 May 2014 or a smaller version with no pictures. 

Newsletter 66: January 2014 or smaller version

Newsletter 65: October 2013 or smaller version

Newsletter 64: May 2013 or smaller version

Newsletter 63: January 2013 or smaller version

Newsletter 62: October 2012 or smaller version

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Newsletter 59: October 2011

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