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Monday, January 23, 2012

Bridge Quiz

Test Your Bridge Knowledge

Revokes: Failure to follow suit when you are able to

True or False

Spades are led
1. Your partner does not follow suit, you may ask, “No Spades partner?”
2. A Defender may ask Declarer, “No Spades?”
3. Declarer may not ask a Defender, “No Spades?”
4. Dummy may ask a Defender, “No Spades?”
5. Dummy may ask Declarer, “No Spades partner?”
6. If your partner forgets to ask, “No Spades Partner?” and you discover yourself that you revoked you should not say anything.
7. A player must correct his revoke if he becomes aware of it, before the revoke is established.
8. A revoke becomes established when the the offender or his partner leads or plays to the next trick.
9. Once a revoke is established it cannot be corrected.
10. If a revoke is corrected by a defender, the card played on the revoke becomes a major penalty card.
11. If Declarer or Dummy revokes, there is no major penalty card
12. Dummy may draw attention to a defenders revoke at any time
13. Dummy may call the Director regarding a revoke after play of the hand is finished
14. Once a revoke is established trick penalties may apply.
15. Tis better to correct a revoke before it becomes established.

1. True
2. True
3. False
4. False
5. True
6. False
7. True
8. True
9. True

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