Tricks

Some articles on tricks, trick:

Shooting (bridge) - Examples
... If he gets that split, South wins at least 11 tricks ... duck a club in deference to the odds, will win a trick fewer ... That play would hold South to ten tricks (losing two spades and a heart when either opponent holds ♠Q 8 x x) but gives South the best chance of ...
Serbian Whist - Rules - Scoring
... Players who made their contract (exactly) get 10 points plus the number of tricks they made ... Players who took fewer tricks than their bid get one point for each trick ... They lose 10 points on top of the points they gained through tricks, e.g ...
List Of Scottish Premier League Hat-tricks
... than 100 players have scored three goals (a hat-trick) or more in a single match ... Three matches have featured two hat-tricks in the same game ... John Spencer both scored hat-tricks in a 6–5 win for Aberdeen at Fir Park four days later ...
Cat Training - Tricks
... A cat may be trained to do tricks such as playing dead or ringing the doorbell. ...
List Of Premier League Hat-tricks - Multiple Hat-tricks
... following table lists the minimum number of hat-tricks scored by players who have scored two or more hat-tricks ... Rank Player Hat-tricks 1st Alan Shearer 11 2nd Robbie Fowler 9 3rd Thierry Henry 8 Michael Owen 5th Wayne Rooney 6 6th Dimitar Berbatov 5 Andrew Cole Ruud van Nistelrooy Robin van Persie Ian Wright 11th Yakubu ...

Famous quotes containing the word tricks:

    The tragic hero prefers death to prudence. The comedian prefers playing tricks to winning. Only the villain really plays to win.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    English general and singular terms, identity, quantification, and the whole bag of ontological tricks may be correlated with elements of the native language in any of various mutually incompatible ways, each compatible with all possible linguistic data, and none preferable to another save as favored by a rationalization of the native language that is simple and natural to us.
    Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)

    Which I wish to remark—
    And my language is plain—
    That for ways that are dark
    And for tricks that are vain,
    The heathen Chinee is peculiar:
    Which the same I would rise to explain.
    Bret Harte (1836–1902)