Mitchell movement

noun

Definition of Mitchell movement

  1. :  a method of conducting a game of duplicate bridge or whist so that the North-South pairs play only against the East-West pairs — compare howell system

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Origin and Etymology of mitchell movement

after John T. Mitchell 20th century bridge expert, its originator


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