In the 1960s, Milton Bradley capitalized upon the popularity of bridge by publishing a series of games by bridge master Charles H. Goren. This is one of the more obscure titles in this series. The game is described as, "An exciting, fast playing bridge game that scores differently and simply for 3, 4, or 5 players with one winner. It is strictly cutthroat in the bidding, but it creates a variety of partnerships against declarers after the bidding. The new and novel scoring system forces players to bid daringly, and sometimes play with exuberance." The game includes a plastic playing platform with pegs to track bids, scoring, and card slots to facilitate dummy play.