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Bridge can be as bad as NASA for confusing acronyms and lingo! Welcome to the Jargon Jungle - a glossary of bridge terms designed to help you hack your way through to a better understanding of the game of bridge. Just click on the first letter of the word you wish to find!  Each letter of the alphabet reloads the page.

Also, if you would like to suggest a term not presently included on the list, or see a correction that needs to be made, please drop us a note.

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Victory Points: A form of Swiss Teams scoring which gives more weight to the margin of victory than simply win-loss scoring.

Void: Having no cards in your hand in a particular suit. ("I was void in hearts on that last hand.")

Vulnerable: When your partnership has won one game of the rubber, your partnership is referred to as vulnerable. This means that game bonuses and penalties for being set are increased.

See also Red vs white / green / vulnerable vs non-vulnerable.

 

 

 

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