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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 60

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 30, 1976
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4E --Mav 30. 1976 Sunda\ Gazette-Mail *ii Virni» 5*S^^ 3 Your Bridgework By Jackie Wilcox East dealer. North-South vulnerable. North 6 K J 3 f K 1 0 4 * Q 2 C A K J 8 4 West East 4 2 4 Q 10 7 6 5 ? J 7 6 5 ? A Q 9 8 · 9 8 7 6 4 * A S 4 6 5 3 4 10 7 South 4 A 9 8 4 f 32 · K J 10 3 heart ace to hold declarer to one ovar- trick. South had a much better play by cashing bis tricks and reducing East to three cards. First, East must have started with the heart ace to justify his opening bid. He was was also odds-on to hold five spades. Which three cards would be able to hold? After winning the diamond return declarer could play his remaining high diamonds discarding two hearts from the board. The clubs would be run leaving the following cards: North4 K J The bidding: East South 1 spade pass pass 1 nt pass 3 nt 4 4 4 West pass pass pass North double 2 nt pass West Immaterial East 4 Q 7 * A Q A -- passThe correct play of today's hand hinged on applying a little logic. The bidding provided a clear cut picture of East's holding but South neglected to take full advantage of the information. East opened the bidding with one spade and after two passes North balanced with a double. South's no- trump response promised around eight to 10 high card points. North raised i n v i t i n g to game and South accepted as he held top values for his bid. West led the deuce of spades, declarer played low from dummy and East's 10 forced the ace. A low diamond to the Mrs. Wilcox queen i ost to tne ace am j East continued diamonds. South noted that if he could set up one more spade without East cashing the ace of hearts he could win five clubs, three spades and three diamonds for a total of 11 tricks. He now led his low spade to the jack. East won the queen and gave some thought to his next play. From the bidding South was marked with around 10 points. This left room for only one point in his partner's hand so he promptly cashed the South + 8 4 ' V 3 2 When the club four is led East has a choice of discarding a spade making the K-J both good or pitching the heart queen. In this case declarer leads the king of hearts and East is forced to return a spade into the K-J. LAST WEEK'S WINNERS SUNDAY NICHT DUPLICATE Club Teurnament NORTH-SOUTH 1. Jade wyatt and Stan Given. 2. R. R. Klser and Austin Miller 3. Bob Allen and Robert Bailey 4. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Clarke EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. J. P. Engle and Mrs. Tom Moor« 2. George Loe and M. J. McChesney 3. Russ Hennen and Lyle Gllllsple 4. B. Gumowskl and Reuben Graham. OVER-ALL 1. Jade Wyatt and Stan Given 2. R. R. Klser and Austin Miller 3. Bob Allen and Robert Bailey 4. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Clarke 5. Mrs. J. P. Enjle and Mrs. Tom Moore 6. George Love and J. J. McChesney BRIDGETTE CLUB NORTH-SOUTH 1. Alma Perry and Esther Markham 2. Mrs. Russell Van Cleve and Mrs.L. C. Husj 3. Mrs. L. T. SfliMr, Jr. and Mrv George ttfeo EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. Austin Milltr and Mrs. W. J. Wichmton 2. Mrs. Can Robiuon and Mrs- YKarttr iota's 3. Mrs. K. K. Hill and Mrs. Charles Union MONDAY NICHT DUPLICATE NORTH-SOUTH 1. Jade Wyatt and Robert Bailer 2. Mrs. C. E. Crow and Mr*. Harry Welsen 3. Almj Perry and Mrs. Austin Milker EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. L. T. Snider. Jr. and Mrs. Kerry Welsch 2. Linda Oonle/ and Tom Moore 3. Ed Lewis and Bob Singleton TUESDAY NICHT DUPLICATE 1. George Love and Bill Lonesome 2. Mrs. Charles Lemon and Mrs. Austin Millar 3. Dora Grubb and Kurt Pool i. John Janitor and Austin Miller EASY ACES NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. J. G. Miller and Mrs. H. T. Redd 2. Mrs. Austin Miller and Mrs. Tom Moore 3. Mrs. C. E. Crow and Mrs. John Kesttr 4. Mrs. C. E. Ellis and Mrs. R. 0. Kelghtley 5. Mrs. f. C. Gall and Mrs. R. E. Stone EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. L. M. Gilllsple and Barbara Murrln 2. Mrs. James Morgan and Mrs. W. J. Wlschmann 3. Mrs. H. L. Lemasters and Mrs. Carl Samples 4. Mrs. A. T. Walter and Mrs. Russell Van Cleve 5. Esther Markham and Mrs. Roy Monroe ·ECINNERS DUPLICATE 1-2. Mrs. R. D. Patchcll and Mrs. K. W. Miller 1-2. Mrs. Nick Kaiser and Mrs. Dick Kitehlng 3. Mrs. Morris Gallagher and Mrs. Tom Horn 4. Mrs. Dan Robinson and Mrs. A. J. Sankowsk! KVIA NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. 0. 8. Eakle and Mrs. C. E. Crow 2. Mrs. Robert Bailey and Bob Allen 3. Dora Grubb and Jackie Wilcox 4. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Snider, Jr. EAST-WEST 1. Ed Maler and Link Young 2. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Harris 3. Mrs. Charles Lemon and Austin Miller 4-5. Mrs. J. P. Engle and Mrs. Tom Moore 4-5. Mr. and Mrs. Rett Bean State Chess Champion Wins Event By Edward M. Foy Paul Harless of Huntington, current state high school chess champion, won the Charleston Open last weekend at the Daniel Boone Hotel. Harless scored 4% to Vz, a bare half-point ahead of Dennis Funkhouser, Jeff Ashley, Mark Hathaway and Bob Bonwell in this closely-contested tournament. Class prize winners were: David Hansen, Class "C", 3-2, Brian Chapman, Mark Funkhouser, and Bob Bukovac, Class "D", each 2-3; Philip Elliot,.Class "E",. 2-3; James Griffith, "Unrated," IVi-SVz. 31 players competed in the USCF-rated event, sponsored by the Charleston Chess Club and directed by Jeff Ashley. WE ARE SORRY that -- somewhere between the typewriter and publication -last week's column had Mann winning the state junior high school chess championship. Actually it was Man Junior High School of Man, W.Va. Washington won the first National Chess League championship, ahead of favored New York. Each team had a 7-1 match record but Washington had the better game score, 33-15 to New York's 314-16%. Cleve- · land and San Francisco had 4/i-3V2 match performances but games scores of 26-22 and 23-25, respectively. Los Angeles and Miami tied in match points, 3Vz4Vfe; however, Los Angeles had a IVz-game edge. Chicago and Boston tied in matches (3-5) and in games (23-25). Houston, 0-8 and 13-35. finished last. The annual Paul Masson American Class Chess Championships will be held July 24-25 at the Paul Masson Mountain Vineyard. Saratoga. Cal. (60 miles south of San Francisco). There is a $12,500 prize fund, with cash prizes for eight classes, from Master down to Unrated. Perhaps 1000 players will attend (last year there were 735); and why not? The well-known tournament, now in its fourth year, has become a favorite with the chess community because of its between-rounds wine breaks; this year, the new Paul Masson midvarietals. French Columbard and Barbera. will be served. The Huntington Open, a 5-round Swiss, will be held at the YMCA May Building. 935 Tenth Ave.. Huntington. 25701, June 19-20. Send entries or requests for information to Paul Sayre. 929 12th St.. Huntington. W.Va. 25701. THIS DAY IN CHESS - 1889 start of London International Congress won by Lasker. Two City Residents Bob Jones Graduates GREENVILLE. S.C.-Two Charleston residents-Miss Jill Darlington and Harold Dean-received honors at convocation exercises at Bob Jones University last week. . Miss Darlington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Darlington of 1180 Emerald Rd.. received a bachelor of science degree in English from the School of Education and was graduated cum laude with a grade point average of 2.5 out of a possible 3.0. Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dear, of 5112 fcrnette Dr.. was named winner of Uie Maranatha Baptist Mis/.m award. Famous Make Bedding loth Quilted Mattress and lax Springs Qf}95 Twin or Q7 per set I'? 1 BASSETT DINING ROOMS Table, 1 Leaf, 5 Side Chairs, 1 Arm Chair, Large China S 468°° A pretty and practical 7-pc. dinette with walnut grain plaOic top table. 6 choirs^ We Sar«HU*Kr fe for far for WHkA City HatiuHil 8.85% Art L«m! t PttCHTAtf IATI NEW CAR AUTO LOAN ·ST With the higher cost of today's automobiles, every dollar saved is important. 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