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Rules for What Not to Do in Playing Bridge - 04/20/2013
Don't form the habit of playing slowly. Don't expect your partner to play well when you criticise him. A little encouragement will win you rubbers and will add to your popularity. Don't forget that it requires more skill to play a poor hand than it does to play a good one. Don't miss an opportunity to win the game or to save it. Don't complain if you hold poor cards and don't exult over good ones. Don't criticise at all; but, if you must, wait until the hand is finished. Don't hurry when exacting a penalty. Don't think entirely of your own hand. Don't take advantage of your partner's breach of etiquette. Don't think that bad play won't sometimes win tricks. Don't forget the score for an instant. Don't ignore the value of small cards. Don't fail to see your partner's first discard. Don't be deceived by the dealer's play.

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