What is a trump suit in bridge?

What is a trump suit in bridge?

In bridge, the bidding often designates a suit as the trump suit. If the final contract has a suit associated with it — 4♠, 3♥, 2♦, or even 1♣, for example — that suit becomes the trump suit for the entire hand. Often, in bridge books, a single card like the four of spades is written ♠4 because it saves space.

WHO calls trumps in bridge?

After the opening lead, the dummy places his 13 cards face-up on the table and his partner calls the cards during the play for both hands. Whoever has played the highest card in the suit wins the trick and leads any card in any suit desired to the next trick.

What is a bridge player called?

bridge player – a card player in a game of bridge; "we need a 4th hand for bridge" hand. bidder – someone who makes a bid at cards. bridge partner – one of a pair of bridge players who are on the same side of the game. card player – someone who plays (or knows how to play) card games.

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What is a big win at bridge called?

Grand slam. Any seven-bid; a contract to win all 13 tricks. Honor. Any of the cards: ace, king, queen, jack or ten. Invitational.