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Non Vulnerable - A Non-Vulnerable condition may occur on one, both, or neither side of the table, depending on the circumstance.  In Rubber Bridge, the state where the side has not won a game.  In Duplicate Bridge, the condition where the side is enjoys a higher game or slam score but incurs additional penalties.  Sometimes referred to as the color "white".  Thus, "White versus white" means neither side is Vulnerable.

Vulnerability By Board -

North 1
None
5
N-S
9
E-W
13
All
17
None
21
N-S
25
E-W
29
All
33
None
East 2
N-S
6
E-W
10
All
14
None
18
N-S
22
E-W
26
All
30
None
34
N-S
South 3
E-W
7
All
11
None
15
N-S
19
E-W
23
All
27
None
31
N-S
35
E-W
West 4
All
8
None
12
N-S
16
E-W
20
All
24
None
28
N-S
32
E-W
36
All

Vulnerable Conditions -

Our Side Their Side General Slang U.S. Term U.K. Term
Non-Vulnerable Non-Vulnerable Neither White vs White White
Vulnerable Non-Vulnerable Unfavorable Red vs White Red
Non-Vulnerable Vulnerable Favorable White vs Red Green
Vulnerable Vulnerable Horse and Horse Red vs Red Amber

 

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