Definitions

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  • n. A card played in order to deceive an opponent as to one's true holding
  • v. To play a falsecard

Etymologies

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false +‎ card

Examples

  • It's dangerous for West to falsecard on opening lead unless partner's hand is very weak, and East's only job is to avoid reneging.

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  • "Breaking the Bridge Rules: First Hand Play," by Barry Rigal Master Point Press, analyzes the situations when the person about to lead, whether a defender or declarer, should realize that it is time to falsecard.

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  • West's falsecard was a fine piece of work, but it should not have succeeded.

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