By Hugh Kelsey, Geza Ottlik
Geza Ottlik had a striking expertise for locating and reading unusual and engaging features of card play in bridge. This outstanding publication is the results of his collaboration with Hugh Kelsey—whose ability at high-level research of bridge difficulties used to be equalled in simple terms by way of his ability as an instructive writer. Adventures in Card Play is universally considered as one of many all-time nice classics of bridge.
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Jorge Luis Borges About a year ago, I wrote a science-fiction story about an astronomer named Kalinda. While gazing out into space using a powerful telescope, she saw the most startling arrangement of stars beyond the constellation called Canis Major. She immediately picked up her phone and called her friend, a Dr. Carl Sagan, for advice and counsel. Both Kalinda and Sagan were stumped by the peculiar arrangement. What Kalinda discovered with her new, powerful telescope was a perfectly arranged array of stars in the shape of a cubical grid.
S. states and most countries of the world are oriented east-west. Neil Dullaway of Stockholm, stimulated by my question on the removal of the Greek or the Italian peninsula, asked: What would be the effect on today's world if the British Isles had never existed? Would we all speak French or Spanish? What if the Mediterranean Basin (the "cradle" of western culture) had not existed? What if Africa had never existed? Suppose the land bridge joining Africa to the rest of the world had not existed. INFINITY WORLD 37 Horizontal Repetition on Infinity World Travel on an Infinity World made from a horizontal repetition of Earths would be easier than on a north-south repetition.
Simon Bradshaw suggested the splinter shape of southern continents results from the breakup of Gondwanaland, an ancient supercontient, centered on a "fracture point" at the former junction of the southern tips of South Africa, South America, and India. As for the smaller (noncontinental) peninsulas, Simon believes that any south-pointing bias is by chance. He also remarked that the statistical bias depends on how the term peninsula is defined. One Supercontinent How would the world be different today, geopolitically speaking, if the ancient land masses had never drifted apart and, therefore, today's world consisted of a single supercontintent?
Adventures in Card Play by Hugh Kelsey, Geza Ottlik