Judy Kay-Wolff

ANSWERS TO BRIDGE TEASERS

Well, how’d you make out?   I thought it was a nice change of pace.  I’ve always enjoyed word challenges.   Probably more prudent to be working on numbers and counting but you can’t teach an old dog new tricks (or sometimes even new conventions).

 

 

 

1.   MAGNIFICENT CLOUT (1/5/4/)                               A GRAND SLAM

2.   AN UNDERSIZED BAT (1/5//4)                               A SHORT CLUB

3.   TWO LEVEL LEAP (1-6-4)                                       A DOUBLE JUMP

4.   BELOW-PAR OFFER (8)                                           UNDERBID

5.   CRASHING WATCHER (9/8)                                     UNWELCOME KIBITZER

6.   McCARTHY TWICE (6/5)                                          DOUBLE DUMMY (AS IN CHARLEY)

7.  JUMPING JACKSONS (7/8)                                       LEAPING MICHAELS

8.   PRESSURIZED PRODUCTION (7/4)                           SQUEEZE PLAY

9.   144 MISTAKE (5/5/)                                                GROSS ERROR

10. EBONY TIMBER (9)                                                   BLACKWOOD

11. REMAIN, FELLA! (4/3)                                             STAY, MAN!

12. UNDERSKILLED CONTESTANTS (11/7)                      HANDICAPPED PLAYERS

13. UNDER PAR OUTFIT (5/4)                                        MINOR SUIT

14. RESPONSIBILITY TO REMAIN SILENT (10/2/4)           OBLIGATION TO PASS

15. EARLY THRUSTS (10/4)                                           PREEMPTIVE BIDS

16. LAZARD LOANS (6/4)                                              SIDNEY LENZ

17. TENTMAKER’S CARNIVAL (6/6)                               SHARIF CIRCUS

18. ORDINANCE OF ALL MAGIC (3/2/5/6/)                    LAW OF TOTAL TRICKS

19. TRACKING OF MAJOR DESIGNATION (8/6)                COUNTING TRUMPS

20.  VICTOR’S DESIGNATED PROTOCOL (7/8)                 MITCHELL MOVEMENT

21. REVEALED PASTEBOARD (7/4)                                 EXPOSED CARD

22. HOWLING GOODBYE (5/7)                                       WOLFF SIGN-OFF

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