ETIQUETTE OF Winn.
The following rules belong to the established etiquette of whist. They are Etiquette not called laws, as it Is difficult, in some eases impossible, to apply any penalty of to their infraetion, and the only remedy is to cease to play with players who habitually disregard them.
Two packs of cards are invariably used at clubs ; if possible this should be adhered to.
Any one having the lead, and several winning earls to play, should not draw a second earl out of his hand until his partner has played to the tirst trick, such act being a distinct intimation that the former has played a winning card. No intimation whatever by word or gesture should he given by a player as to the state of his hand or of the game.