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Bridge World Standard

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Bridge World Standard

Bridge World Standard (BWS) is a bridge bidding system developed in 1967 and periodically updated, most recently in 2001. It is based on majority preferences of experts and readers of The Bridge World magazine.

The system shares some similarities with Standard American and 2/1 game forcing, but with many advanced treatments.

External links

  • The Bridge World magazine's main page for the Bridge World Standard system.

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