towie

noun
tow·​ie | \ ˈtōē\
plural -s

Definition of towie

: contract bridge for three or more and usually up to six players in which three play at one time and are replaced in turn after each hand by one of the inactive players if any and in which the players bid for the dummy hand after six cards of it have been exposed and play each for himself with no permanent partnerships

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