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Greg Neinstein, a Toronto personal injury lawyer, has traveled to bridge tournaments all through Ontario to learn the rules of bridge from other professionals.

World Bridge Trip

This awkward year has been an(other) eye opener about how fragile bridge is. Cheating ruins the fun for the players and makes the game meaningless for all. If we want bridge to survive and thrive, we have to fight for it.

As a partnership game, based on honesty and trust, bridge has built-in ethical challenges. These have been highlighted with bridge quickly shifting to virtual tables and electronic cards since March 2020. Exactly how much foul play has affected Internet bridge we will never know, but it’s clear that bridge is losing credibility as a major mind sport. Unfortunately…

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