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Bridge Scores

High bridge scores can only be obtained by playing a totally defensive game.

But how is it possible to score as high as 30,000 points?  Is there a way of successfully defending each hand and building up setting points?

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52,000 points in one round?  And I think I remember seeing over 200,000 a while back. You've got to be kidding!!  Good thing there's  no money involved.  I'm very curious how they work the system to get such high scores.

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I too wonder how you can get a higher score. The games just don't indicate that that score is possible.

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I am also trying to figure out why when you bid one club your partner with 13 points would pass.

That is ridiculous bidding

 

 

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