Fair Play or Foul? looks at cheating scandals in bridge from the 1930s to the 1970s. It reconsiders the evidence and speculates on the possibility that those accused might, in practice, be innocent.It begins by examining the case of Culbertson, who ended the career of his most important competitor in the 1930s - Willard Karn - through the measure of having his integrity qu
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