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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of endplay.

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Examples

  • He exited from dummy with a heart, hoping that West would be endplayed.

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  • If West had a heart to play, Tupic would put in the jack and hope for the best – if not, then whoever won the spade would be endplayed.

    Fourth time lucky

  • Perhaps I overtricked, when I endplayed her with, "Why do you hate yourself so much?"

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  • Throw your jack quickly or you will be endplayed the trick after next.

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • It was a bitter thought, but he was forced to admit that, once again, the Hideous Hog had endplayed him in the bidding.

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • Yes, you endplayed yourself before leading the first card.

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • West was endplayed every time he had the lead in clubs.

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  • Grabowska would have ducked the trick to East's queen, and East would have been endplayed.

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  • If West had K x x, it wouldn’t have helped and if he had K x, he would have been endplayed, anyway, just as I should have been had I failed to get out of the way with the jack.

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • “And so,” continued the Hog, “I endplayed East instead with a diamond, leaving him the choice of leading into dummy’s ♣ Q 10 or returning another diamond and presenting me with a ruff and discard.”

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

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