Bridge: Undertrick penalties

Bridge: Undertrick penalties

Bridge: Undertrick penalties*
if declarer was not vulnerable if declarer was vulnerable
undoubled doubled redoubled undoubled doubled redoubled
first undertrick 50 100 200 100 200 400
each subsequent undertrick 50 200 400 100 300 600
*If declarer fails to fulfill his contract, his opponents score for each trick by which he falls short ("goes down," or "is set").
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Universalium. 2010.

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