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  • verb Present participle of endplay.

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Examples

  • “All right, then,” came back the Rabbit, changing course, “when West switches to a club I go up with the ace and play another, endplaying East.”

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • No, there was no longer any way of endplaying him.

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • “South makes his contract by endplaying West three times and West breaks it by three times conceding a ruff and discard.”

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • No, there was no longer any way of endplaying him.

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • “South makes his contract by endplaying West three times and West breaks it by three times conceding a ruff and discard.”

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • “All right, then,” came back the Rabbit, changing course, “when West switches to a club I go up with the ace and play another, endplaying East.”

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • “All right, then,” came back the Rabbit, changing course, “when West switches to a club I go up with the ace and play another, endplaying East.”

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • No, there was no longer any way of endplaying him.

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • “South makes his contract by endplaying West three times and West breaks it by three times conceding a ruff and discard.”

    VICTOR MOLLO’S BRIDGE CLUB

  • Rather than relying on a favorable lie of the cards, declarer elected to combine a loser-on-loser avoidance play with a safety play in clubs by endplaying West.

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