CREDITS

Pictorial Deal Representer
The Pictorial Hand Generator is adapted from ContractBridge.net of Te Awamutu, New Zealand.

Moscow Runouts 
The section on Moscow Runouts is reproduced from BridgeHands.com

Banner Title 
The banner head of bridgeaholics.com is reproduced here with kind permission of The Bridge Shop of Australia.

Assorted Filler Graphics
courtesy of Tillsonburg (Ontario) Duplicate Bridge Club
courtesy of The House of Cards
is modified from Google Images.

The Bridge Detective
bridge clues"Sherlock Holmes" is adapted from BridgeClues.com, a free web site that teaches bidding and play. It is used here with permission of Computer Applications Inc.

Rule of 3
Mel Colchamiro first alerted me to the "Rule of 3" in a column which appeared in the April 2006 ACBL Bulletin. He in turn attributes it to Ronnie Blau.

Articles
Gary Bernstein has very kindly allowed me to reprint a number of the original articles which appear on his web site.
Amorphous Cue Bids is abridged from 100 Bridge Problems by Mike Cappelletti (2004) and appears here courtesy of the author and Cardoza Publishing.
Balancing after 1NT opening, by Mel Colchamiro, is excerpted from the ACBL Bulletin, October (2004), and appears with the kind permission of the author and publisher.
Exploring for No Trump, by Mel Colchamiro, first appeared in the ACBL Bulletin, December (2004), and appears here courtesy of the author and publisher.
0314 vs 1430 Roman Key Card Blackwood by Eddie Kantar first appeared in the ACBL Bulletin (January 2003) and is reprinted here with the kind permission of the author and publisher.

Poker Tactics
The hands appearing under this section and the various principles described are from 100 Bridge Problems by Mike Cappelletti (New York: Cardoza Publishing, 2004).

Granovetter Signals
For more information and many hands illustrating these signals, see Granovetter, Pamela and Granovetter, Matthew (1994) A switch in time.

IMPS vs MPS
The table comparing IMPS and MP strategies is after Hall, Burt and Rose-Hall, Lynn (1966) How the experts win at bridge, Jordan Press.

Potshot Cards
potshots The Potshot cards that appear on this site are Ashleigh Brilliant Enterprises. The text of some potshots has been modified to apply to bridge and is used here with the kind permission of Ashleigh Brilliant.

Partnership agreements format is based on the template found on http://www.slospin.net and used here with kind permission of Dick Olson.

References
Deals, problem hands and bidding sequences appearing throughout the site are keyed to their original author and date of publication--e.g., Cappelletti (2004). The full reference for these keys can be found in the list below.

Cappelletti, Mike (2004) 100 Bridge problems, New York: Cardoza.